The Weaponographist Review
Sometimes it's a relief to escape the complexity of modern games and fire up a simplistic title that even a zombie could play. Read on to find out if this roguelike is worthwhile.
As some of you probably know I work with Corsair to help cover their gaming product launches and create content around their gaming-event based video coverage. Recently, I was asked by Corsair to participate in one of their Throwback Thursday Gaming Videos which basically interviews current...
The final episode in the prince of persia trilogy keeps to the format of warrior within with the darker prince. The game starts with you returning to your home only to find if underseige and filled with more thugs then you can shake a stick at. Upon entering the harbour your ship is blown up and the thugs take your women. The biggest feature in two thrones is the ability to play as the "dark prince" at certain points. The dark prince differs from the regular prince in the fact that he has a dagger tail attached to himself which makes fighting a peice of cake, however the dark prince is always losing health but it's not that big a deal because every enemy you defeat refils your health completely. Another new feature is the " Speed Kill" which, with a couple of well timed button presses, will easily take care of any enemy. Two thrones keeps with the same sick aerobatic formula as the other two which makes it as fun to watch as it is to play. So all in all, two thrones makes for a thrilling finale and should be played by any fan of the prince of persia series.