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Prince of Persia: Warrior Within Member Review for the PS2

AngelofDeath3030 By:
AngelofDeath3030
08/12/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
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GENRE Action/Adventure 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Ubisoft 
DEVELOPER Ubisoft Montreal 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes

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Ok, finnaly a sequal to the original. I bought the game when it was released. Having previously played through the first one I was excited about its sequal. In Warrior Within the story starts where the other left off. You go through a sequence on a ship and fight off the baddies in true PoP style. Then end up on the Island of TIme. Its fun and adictive gameplay from the first title comes back flawlessly in the second. There are new moves for the Prince to do, where he grabs a piller and can spin around slicing and dicing anything in his way. The sequal has a new spin on it from the original. Its more dark and evil this time around. And I for one like it. Im glad the Prince went through puberty. With its new "rock" music it gives you a since of,"Hey, Im a baddass with a sword." feeling as you aproach your enemy's. But there are times where the rock music doesnt fit the situation. After you have played it for a period of time the badass feeling wears thin. The cutscenes are done really detailed and exciting. The story isnt quite as intristing this time around, though its still good, its just not as......meaningfull, well your just not as excited to hear the next part. They graphics are improved much so. Its no longer cartoonish. Its now more detailed and more of a reality look to it. Hardly ever a dull moment. Youll be glad you played it. Its a good game. It really depends on how old you were when you played the first PoP if your going to like the new look and feel. I liked the overhaul.


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