I just finished Prince of Persia: Sands of Time for the second time (the first being right after its release in 2003, and I suppose with loads of help from my brother Tim). It’s simply a perfect game, right in the blend of action and puzzles, light and dark. Whenever it’s too misty and dark you always get to see the light… and the story, and the graphics… just excellent. From what I heard of the sequels, Warrior Within and The Two Thrones, they are much gorier and darker, and with more focus on combat and less on clever puzzles… why? The combat in Sands of Time is perfect, never too much or too often. Maybe I will try on of those games, but more likely I will wait for the release of the next game, The Forgotten Sands, in May and buy it together with a Wii or PlayStation 3 (I’ve released I’m suddenly outdated with PS2 and GameCube – damnit).
And the movie seems strange. Why did they change Farah’s name, for one thing?
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