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Post by Dan @ 12:31pm 06/10/10 | 6 Comments
Ubisoft have announced Prince of Persia Trilogy, a re-release bundle of the three past titles with a makeover for the HD and 3D era, exclusively for the PlayStation 3.
Prince of Persia® Trilogy will give gamers the opportunity to relive the critically-acclaimed Prince of Persia® trilogy, remixed in high definition graphics and stereoscopic 3D on 3D enabled televisions. Prince of Persia® Trilogy includes the three full-length renown games: Prince of Persia® The Sands of Time, Prince of Persia Warrior Within® and Prince of Persia The Two Thrones® on one unique blu-ray disc.
In addition to high def textures and native 3DTV support, they'll also be adding extra tech such as normal maps and anti-aliasing.

Prince of Persia: Trilogy is expected in only a month's time on November 18th 2010 with an Australian RRP of $69.95.

A screenshot from each remastered title can be found over on this game page.



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Pirroh
Posted 12:47pm 06/10/10
Seems the Playstation is starting to get a few of these.
Gesthemene
Posted 12:53pm 06/10/10
The original was better :P
ravn0s
Posted 01:09pm 06/10/10
you missed the part where its a european release only. so you will have to import if you want it.
Dan
Posted 02:36pm 06/10/10
ravn0s: Perhaps you read that somewhere on a US site?

Australian press release from the local Aus Ubi PR reps
carson
Posted 03:08pm 06/10/10
Sands of Time was the bees knees.
Woodlock
Posted 06:16pm 06/10/10
So I get to play Sands of Time, which I skipped on the PS2, and the upcoming HD version of Beyond Good and Evil on Xbox live means I won't have to mess around to play those classics.
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