Prince of Persia – The Forgotten Sands

Prince of Persia – The Forgotten Sands

Console PSP
Publisher Ubisoft
Genre Action , Adventure
Region EU , US
Views 6,458
Downloads 7,358
Released May 18, 2010
3.9/5 (4 votes)
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Once upon a time, there was a prophecy that a member of Persia’s royal family would destroy Atihud – an evil fire spirit reigning in a mysterious land. To ensure that this would not happen, Atihud’s army was ordered to dispatch the veins within Persia’s royal blood. Before the massacre of them, the prince had to escape from his tower, where he was protected by his father and pursued a mysterious guide light to him to meet Helem – a soul of time promised to help him destroyed the enemy. Together they go to the kingdom of the insidious boss. This place was completely under Atihud’s rule, and he was planning to devour the land’s magical power. Will the prince be able to complete this extremely difficult task?

In this game, players will have to transform into a prince who is on his way to rescue his kingdom. He can run, jump, and perform acrobatics extremely dangerously. The publisher has also created deadly traps to prevent your ability to progress at every turn. And the player will really focus as well as awake on being able to overcome them. Of course, the harder the challenge, the greater the joy when passing them. However, for some unskilled players, this becomes a real challenge for them. Your Helem companion is very small but possesses tremendous power. She has the ability to accelerate and slow downtime. Take advantage of this to overcome dangerous challenges. You may wonder if Helem affects time, the prince will be affected, but he will not be immune to this power. Most of the time, in this game, you will use to explore new characters’ abilities, and it will be very interesting to be able to control your surroundings in the best way. However, these skills will be quite difficult to use correctly because the ability to identify targets is quite limited. Publishers didn’t really do their best at auto-targeting. It may take a few seconds to pinpoint the right target, but it’s only when you stay still and in the game that the character will almost always have to move, so this becomes even harder.

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