"The Two Thrones is a solid improvement on its predecessor. An improved combat system, more varied gameplay elements, and a nice new set of acrobatic maneuvers make this Prince better than the last. That said, Ubisoft has seemingly fired the writing team this time around. The plot is pretty tired, so I'll only give you a short recap here: After the prince escaped the Isle of Time with the Empress of Time in the Warrior Within game, he returns to find the city of Babylon in ruins. Through a series of unfortunate events, the Empress is killed, the prince gains a dark alter-ego called the Dark Prince and he once again gains the time-altering abilities of the Dagger of Time. The entirety of the game is spent trying to kill the villain that you already killed in a previous game. Players new to the series may find it confusing and old fans will find it stale.
Arguably the best Prince of Persia game to date, The Two Thrones offers players a diverse gaming experience with challenging combat, stealth, and platforming elements. While the plot is forgettable and the graphics are dated, it still might be worth a look for those players looking for an old school gaming experience."