YourEMGN Writes: "Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - Is this another addition to the very long running and highly famous Prince of Persia series? According to the game character developer and the series creator, it definitely is."
Hope this isn't a lie, Prince of Persia has always been one of my fave game series's. I just don't want them to go back to that cartoony style they used.
The "cartoon" (It's drawn, but is it cartooned?) style was ok by me, they could rethink the enemy designs through, way too generic. What really hope they re-think is all that easy/assisted jumping (way too easy) and the combat moments... The combat itself was good and diversified, but we need more chances to use it (like more enemies in random places, instead of between each garden in a cage only, more than one enemy each time is a must! Just make it like POP3, getting enemy sword and stufff too), wiser enemies, and less sumo 'pull it of the ring' thing.
I really loved the art design in the last game. ...just hope the platforming is more 'open.' I call the last PoP a glorified QTE. Because, while it was fun, it was way too linear/scripted.
When I first saw it, my thoughts were 'WTF have they done with the graphics??'
It still remained a great game.
i bet you borrowed that game from a friend .what was his name did he move to LA?
I have a stalker? ...reported as creepy...
To be honest I kinda liked that style since it was pretty unique for the series and still maintained a mature tone.
I loved the new art style, it felt fresh. I am happy and hopeful this new entry is true.
The cel shading is awesome. It looks like you're actually playing an animated movie. This news just made my day. Prince of Persia was the best 20 bucks I ever spent, and I'll gladly throw down 60 for this on day one.
The Last POP game was ok, I just hope they improve the combat etc.Do you guys think the graphics should stay cell-shaded ???
I loved the art style, and overall i loved the game, but I hope they tweak the gameplay for any sequels as 90% of the game felt like one big quicktime event and too easy really, didnt feel like much skill was needed for the acrobatics, compared to sands of time, not that was a great game, probably the best in the series.
If Assassin's Creed 2 turns out to be great then I'm sure Ubi will also be able make big improvements on this game over the previous PoP.
The last prince of persia graphic style was great really ..i had doubt at first but in motion it's fine . BUt the battles ... What happenned ?sure they just remplaced the game over screens by something else BUT WHY ? This change isn't great i hope they go back on this . And no True ending DLC please
I loved all the Prince of Persia games. I loved the last one and I hope for a new one.
Hopefully this is a direct sequel after the epilogue from the last one. I want to know what happens next.
Please no more cell shading, American accents, hand holding, sphere collecting and having to fight the same boss 4 times in a row. otherwise ubi dont bother.
I have been waiting for this announcement! If this game is exactly like its predecessor I will buy it happily.
i want one similar to warrior within sure the gothic theme was kind of lame but man was the gameplay satisfying and going back through time to acces areas that were not yet blocked by rubble was a blast especially running from the dahaki,
The last game was too short imo, even though they later added the epilogue.
Assassins POP Assassins POP repeat....
Hopefully a direct follow on from the last brilliant game
I liked the art style of the last game and everyone can agree that the graphics were amazing but thats where it ended. Simplified platforming mechanics, Watered down combat system, Forced exploration, a difficulty curve that makes the Uncanny Valley look straight, a crappy ending.
I hope it goes back to the classic style
I hope they go back to the PS2/Xbox days POP because the last one sucked.
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