Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

Console Nintendo Wii
Publisher Ubisoft
Genre Adventure
Region EU , US
Views 4,804
Downloads 6,858
Released 18th May 2010 (USA)
13th May 2010 (UK/EU)
3.5/5 (6 votes)
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In the exciting Wii-exclusive chapter of “Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands,” the Prince engages in a thrilling adventure. Starting his journey in a bustling bazaar, the Prince indulges in the whimsical purchase of a genie named Zhara, only to embark on a quest filled with peril and opportunity. He seeks to claim his kingdom and marry a princess but quickly finds himself in the fallen realm of Izdihar. The Prince discovers a chaotic landscape, taken over by mutant vegetation and twisted beings under the control of a nefarious plant called Haoma.


The Prince’s journey is outrageous, spurred by desires as predictable as a cheesy romance novel. He wants his own country to impress his dear old dad and a princess for a wife. Guided by Zhara, he ventures into the ruined Izdihar. The realm isn’t exactly prime real estate, what with the mutant vegetation. A kingdom’s a kingdom, right? The Prince must prove his worth to acquire this fixer-upper of a realm. Zahra’s wisdom comes in handy, but not without the twist of finding the place overrun by the malicious Haoma.


Welcome to a game where you, the player, get to make the Prince run on walls and kill enemies like it’s just another day at the office. With magical powers and parkour skills, you guide him through obstacles and traps. The twist? You have Zhara, the fairy-like djinn, to help. If you have a second player, they can control the genie, freezing foes, slowing down traps, and using magic. No need to send a thank-you note to Zhara; she’s just doing her job!


In the game, Izdihar isn’t just a pretty (albeit corrupted) backdrop filled with intriguing characters. You’ll find a corrupted monarch, his daughter Nasreen (a true daddy’s girl), and minions busy hiding their plant-induced abnormalities behind masks. Sadly, they’re not playable, but their stories add a quirky layer of depth to the world, thanks to that evil greenery, Haoma.


If you ever wanted to feel like a true Prince battling it out, now’s your chance! The game uses Wii motion controls like a dance, except instead of tapping your feet, you’re swinging a sword. With the Nunchuk’s thumbstick for moving and the Wiimote for rolling and jumping, it’s more than just button-mashing. The Wiimote’s pointing ability helps you solve puzzles and fight enemies. Now that’s what I call interactive entertainment!


The Prince’s magical and acrobatic abilities aren’t just for show; they’re necessary for success. Zhara, being her helpful genie, assists with these achievements. Using Wiimote and Nunchuk’s motion-sensing characteristics, you may conduct various attacks. To feel like you’re wielding a sword or leaping across chasms? There is no need to look any further! This game delivers those gorgeous prince-like feats to your living room.


The Wii version of “Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands” combines a fascinating tale with exhilarating gameplay and novel controls. This game has it all, whether you’re looking for a love tale, a quest for a kingdom, or simply a swinging good time. And if the Prince ever decides to abandon his royal ambitions, he could pursue a gymnast career! This game delivers an incredible journey that is as eccentric as it is intriguing, from the kingdoms of Izdihar to Zhara’s magical help. How about a sequel where the Crown Prince tackles home improvement projects in his new domain? Talk about an actual test!

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