The new Prince of Persia is a departure from the previous games in the series, the design philosophy has changed and he shares the story with a rather attractive female companion. Is this enough to freshen up this platform hopping franchise however?
But this is still a renter.
But only cuz I can't afford any more games right now...
much better than assassin's creed
As a huge fan of the the last three iterations...and the original(of course) I find it hard to believe this game would be anything less than great. Ubisoft Montreal has produced three excellent PoP games so far and i highly doubt this one will be any different, with a revised look and story to the series it seems they only want to expand on the series great strengths. This is a day one buy for me as a (like a stated earlier) big big fan of the PoP series indefinitely.
Getting this on thursday w00p
i like the slow paced battles. i hate button masherd
Do anybody believe, that the Xbox version is supposely "superior" to the PS3 version? I wonder why editors need to add that one sentence downgrading one system over the other.
When u got 1 console it shouldnt matter to u
Yeah, never have been a PoP lover, but with the awesome anime/cel-shade graphics and my new addiction to Mirror's Edge, this one might be a buy :)
Not to get anybody confuse I own both consoles and I enjoy them both, but when I read some editors reviews they make it seem for PS3 owners they always get the short end of the stick. So after reading review after review, I had to see for myself..... I mean the Playstation version can't be that bad, I mean why would developers keep making games for them right. So I purchase Tomb Raider for PS3, which I already had for my Xbox 360....and sad to say it was the Xbox version that had more so called framerate and minor screen tearing issue than the PS3. So I find hard to believe these editors now, after witnessing it myself.
I'll just stick with the 1000 good (and sometimes bad) reviewers. BTW. are u trying to do a fanboy defense?
So you'll let others choose what games you play instead of you choosing yourself?
I trust the reviewers for informing me of the quality of a certain game. If tghe raitings are high and its my type of game.. ill buy it
absolutely not, I hate fanboys, I really don't know how it started, but it's destroying the game industry. If you read my comment, it appears it's the editors, encouraging this fanboyism crap.
They are not, they just objectively say which version is the best. They cant help it that almost all multiplatform games run better on the 360 then on the ps3 btw. I have both and i buy almost all my multiplatform games for the 360, only Fifa 09 i got for ps3 because my ps3 was collecting dust till than
Alright now you sound like a fanboy, never the least, I'm a big fan the PoP series this is must have.
but iam not, so dont worry. Its just true that more multiplat games are running smoother on the 360. And my ps3 was collecting dust because i already finished MGS4 and i was not into LBP
I love combing through these comments and seeing just how much mindless and sheeplike people really are. Every post here about a game review has people on it saying things like a 70 I was hoping for more not getting this game now or, wow a 90 this is a must buy for me now. These reviews are flawed beyond comprehension. They are merely opinion which they should not be. Video games are not like movies which are open for interpretation. Video games are what they are and are to be reviewed as such. Like reviewing an appliance on how well it does with what it has, not for having things that you wanted to.
I will have to agree with micro_invader, I use to go by what editors said when they review a game, but now, more and more it appears bias. I miss the days when you can buy a game and discuss whether it was great game or it was suck. Now its all about how many copies did the game sell or the game is only good on one system. I love competition but this fanboyism is crazy.
that's the last game i'll get this year if WK doesn't come on december
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