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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:08pm 09/03/10 | 7 Comments
Realising they were onto a good thing the first time around, the Prince of Persia team over at Ubisoft Montreal have taken the series back to its original "Sands of Time" setting, with a brand-new entrant - Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.

While gameplay remains marginally unchanged from the original trilogy (a good thing in my book), the team have been able to build the new game on the Anvil engine; originally built for Assassin's Creed, offering a stunning and richly detailed look at the Prince's classic world.

Click here to watch the video, or just check out the embed below.




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greazy
Posted 12:17pm 09/3/10
PILLAR JUMPING! HELL YEAH.

This is going to be a game I buy a whole console just to play.
Pinky
Posted 12:33pm 09/3/10
Yeah, very nice. Good move.
ravn0s
Posted 12:49pm 09/3/10
this will be my first pop game bought on console because of ubisofts fail drm.
Skitzo
Posted 02:18pm 09/3/10
The freezing water and jumping to and from the ice is cool.
thermite
Posted 02:33pm 09/3/10
When I think "back to basics", "original", and "first time around" I think of the 2d Prince of Persia game from 20 years ago. A mate of mine had it on his Apple computer.
konstie
Posted 03:02pm 09/3/10
this will be my first pop game bought on console because of ubisofts fail drm.

+1

When I think "back to basics", "original", and "first time around" I think of the 2d Prince of Persia game from 20 years ago. A mate of mine had it on his Apple computer.


another +1
skythra
Posted 03:06pm 09/3/10
I didn't get prince of persia until i played sands of time i think it was on the playstation 2?

That was really fun, mostly because i loved rewinding after f*****g up a crapload. Oh god how i hated mario 64 in parts thanks to a godawful camera, and i hated banjo kazooie more for the same reason.
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