It’s been a long 5 years since we have run on walls with the Prince but he makes a triumphant return in the 2010 release of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands. Forget the massive changes made with 2008’s Prince of Persia, the original ruffian Prince is back from The Sands of Time bringing along the amazing and challenging platforming with him. The ability to die is back bringing the series back to its tough as nails free-running. It's also the return of time-manipulation a piece once again missing from the 2008 reboot. We begin the journey with the Prince taking a trip to visit his brother’s kingdom only to find the land is under siege. The events take place after Sands of Time but before Warrior Within, acting as somewhat of a link between the two. The overall plots in Forgotten Sands stumbles from the get go, never really becoming enjoyable or mysterious and almost every twist or turn can be seen from a mile away.