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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:01am 17/02/10 | 6 Comments
Ubisoft have today announced an all-new Prince of Persia built from the ground up for Nintendo Wii, Forgotten Sands.

Not to be mistaken with the last Prince of Persia outing, Forgotten Sands exists within the "Sands of Time" lineage of games, meaning the classic gameplay of the series' reimagining will be fully intact and presented here.
After leaving his father's kingdom to prove his worth, the Prince is drawn towards a mysterious realm. He quickly discovers that he must harness his acrobatic abilities and powers over the environment to not only survive, but to save a mystic palace from unfathomable evil.
A number of new gameplay innovations and ideas will make their way into the game, all of which can be viewed from our game page. Interestingly, the game will also be coming to Xbox 360, PS3, PC and PSP but will be very different, according to reports.




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greazy
Posted 12:07pm 17/2/10
Woah this is gonna be awesome.
darkjedi
Posted 01:08pm 17/2/10
I call it now: Waggle the Wiimote to activate the Sands!
Spook
Posted 03:08pm 17/2/10
awesome, more cool wii games;

how good is smg!?!?!??!
greazy
Posted 03:11pm 17/2/10
whats smg?
Steve Farrelly
Posted 04:38pm 17/2/10
super mario galaxy?
greazy
Posted 04:44pm 17/2/10
oh... lazy spook
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