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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:00pm 08/04/10 | 2 Comments
Ubisoft, in an attempt to turn everyone's attention away from DRM, have released an all-new trailer for Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, reminding all of us that they still do make awesome games (even if it is ridiculously hard to actually play any of them at the moment).

A few nice pieces of info here, that include a Prince not voiced by Nolan North (and sounding far more heroic and staunch as a result), classic wall-running and, of course, a hot lady to turn time backwards for.

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands is due to release next month on all next-gen platforms (PC included).













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ravn0s
Posted 03:12pm 08/4/10
sounds like the dude that did the voice in sands of time series.
Carson
Posted 03:36pm 08/4/10
Well here's to hoping the prince is more like the sands of time prince and less like the warrior within prince.

I f*****g loved SoT, the prince was a really cool character. WW on the other hand, I couldn't even get halfway through it because the prince turned into a massive douche. Stupid oneliners and terrible metal track.
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