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Prince Of Persia Trilogy HD

Released on 19 November 2010

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time: Amidst the scorched sands of ancient Persia, there is a legend spun in an ancient tongue. It speaks of a time borne by blood and ruled by deceit. It is within this war torn land that a young Prince discovers a magic dagger. Drawn to its dark powers, he is led to unleash a deadly evil upon the reaches of his father's vast kingdom. Aided by the wiles of a seductive princess and the absolute powers of the Sands of Time, the Prince stages a harrowing quest to reclaim the Palace's cursed chambers, and restore peace to the very fabric of Time itself. He must tread these dangers carefully, however. Because in this world, there is only one rule: master the Sands, or be buried.

Prince of Persia: Warrior Within: Enter the dark underworld of Prince of Persia: Warrior Within, the sword-slashing sequel to the critically acclaimed Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Hunted by Dahaka, an immortal incarnation of Fate seeking divine retribution, the Prince embarks upon a path of both carnage and mystery to defy his preordained death. His journey leads to the infernal core of a cursed island stronghold harboring mankind's greatest fears. Only through grim resolve, bitter defiance and the mastery of deadly new combat arts can the Prince rise to a new level of warriorship - and emerge from this ultimate trial with his life.

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones: The Prince of Persia makes his way home to Babylon, along with Kaileena, the enigmatic Empress of Time, and unspeakable scars from the Island of Time. But instead of the peace he longs for, he finds his kingdom ravaged by war and Kaileena the target of a brutal plot. When she is kidnapped, the Prince tracks her to the Palace - only to see her murdered by a powerful enemy. Her death unleashes the Sands of Time, which strike the Prince and threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. Cast to the streets, hunted as a fugitive, the Prince soon discovers that the Sands have tainted him, too. They have given rise to a deadly Dark Prince, whose spirit gradually possesses him...
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 Average rating (10 reviews)

 It is what it is!

| | See all davidmcveigh's reviews (16)

This is a collection of the three PS2 Era Prince of Persia games, they look alot prettier than the originals and they play just as good! For this price your not going to get more hours of gameplay on a single disk! Plus three Platinums and something like 20 golds on one disk is going to satisfy the trophy hunters out there! But i whole heartedly recommend this to anyone!

 Great Value and 3 Great Games

| | See all DuncanStyles's reviews (27)

Having missed these on their first release on PS2 and having just played The Forgotten Sands this seemed like a good purchase.

Basically, you get the exact same games as they were on the PS2 but tweaked to run on the PS3 and rendered in HD resolution. The 3D models havent changed in complexity but due to the higher resolution they look pretty good. Character animation is smooth with the Price boasting 750 different animations that allow the various moves to be linked together flawlessly.

The main bulk of the 3 games action is derived from swinging, leaping and running through the various levels, this is broken up by the odd piece of sword play.

The first game in the trilogy, The Sands of Time, has a fairly light tone with an engaging story. Objectives are clear and progression is linear. The fights are fairly sparse with a few being heavier than the others and these usually involve 20+ spawning enemies. From time to time you have to keep an eye on your companions health and this can be annoying as she tends to stand still while being attacked. 8 to 10 hours worth of play in this game.

Game 2, The Warrior Within is much darker in tone and ditches the sandy look of the first for a huge stone castle. The Prince is also darker, now seemily more keen to fight. The music has more punch. Overall though, the darker tone doesnt seem to draw you in so much. Combat is much more involved than before with the addition of combos and secondary weapons, there also seem to be more fights than before. Chase sequences now feature with the Prince forced to perform strings of moves without fault in order to escape. You will also find yourself revisiting areas of the map, partly due to the locations of various objectives and the new time travel function which allows the Prince to travel back to a time when the castle was in a much better state of repair, this alters paths around rooms. This game is also much longer than the first, expect 18 to 22 hours worth of play out of this one.

The last in the trilogy, The Two Thrones, combines elements from the previous games. The light hearted Prince from the first game returns along side his darker alter ego, though both share the darker Prices combat skills. A clever plot explains the differences between the 2 versions of the Prince. Graphically, things still look good but there dont seem to be many improvements from the previous game in the series. The game should take roughly the same time as the previous game to complete.

Most frustrating element about all the games is the camera, from time to time it will seem to work against you but you can easily reposition it. This game features multiple cameras to assist you. The standard 3rd person view that follows you along. A 1st person view so you can look out of the Princes eyes though only while standing still. The last is an environmental view that zooms as high and as far away as possible to give you a better idea of the area you are in, you can still move around in this view, you can also control a zoom to move in closer to the Prince. All are handy when you get stuck.

A bit more polish could have been applied to improve the games menu systems and cut scenes as some of these look very low res but dont let that put you off.

This disc is excellent value for money and shows that the PS2 had some excellent quality games that can still hold their own. In fact the recent PS3 title in the series, The Forgotten Sands, feels very much like the PS2 game The Sands of Time just with more polygons thrown at it.

 Excellent collection with 2 classic games!

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This collection is wonderful and is one of the best classic HD collections on the PS3.

The first game is an amazing game and I have played through it 4 times already. It is a timeless classic and reminds me of Aladdin.
This game must be played and enjoyed as it is by far the best game in the collection. The graphics are also great and the story is engaging and compelling.

Having never played the second game when buying this collection I had high hopes. However, the reason I knocked a star off the rating is because Warrior Within is by far the worst game I have played. It ditches the wonderful setting of the first game and moves it to a dark, disturbing and lifeless underworld. The game has no emotion and is a disaster by all accounts. The prince is unlikeable in this game and the whole world in this game is a total disaster. However, the worst thing is that when I got to the end of the game (which was torture) the game contained a glitch right before the end boss which meant that the whole game had to be restarted. There is no solution for this problem apparently.

On the other hand, Two Thrones, the 3rd game is a return to the brilliance of the first game. It is an engaging, well-thought game and will keep you entertained. The dark prince is a great addition and has some wonderful moves. The story is also brilliant. However, it must be said that the game doesn't reach the heights of the first game. But do not be fooled, this is a gorgeous game with wonderful gameplay and graphics.

One final mention should be made to the audio in all three games. The audio in sands of time is amazing but there is a problem because the ps3 version has a lot of freezing in the audio and just doesn't sound right (characters speak as if they are in the bathroom). THis is a minor quibble but should be mentioned. Warrior within has alot of rock music which is disastrous but Two Thrones returns to the old classic music.

All in all, this is a brilliant collection, but I would recommend that you do not play the second game and skip straight to the third game. The second game really has no place in the sands of time timeline. (but to understand the story of Warrior within visit youtube or wikipedia to have a quick read through it as it is useful to know before playing Two Thrones).

Buy this!!!

 Fantastic purchase

| | See all philip1986's reviews (1)

If you enjoyed the original trilogy on the ps2 you will love this all 3 games one disc with enhanced resolution game-play is as good as it was before fantastic bargain


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So I've been wanting to get this for a long time now, and when I finally got around to it, it's only 8.99!!!!

I had all 3 back in the day and loved em to bits. It was so satisfying finally getting to kill the Dahaka in Warrior Within after journeying through the game on hard, getting all the health upgrades and finally getting the Water Sword to kill him.

Reliving the memory is well worth this price and more. Any fans of the original games need to get this for your collection.

Any newcomers to the series who have only played Prince of Persia 2008 and Forgotten sands, you are in for a major surprise when you play these. And when I say surprise, I mean a good one :D

The original trilogy is x100 betters than 2008 and Forgotten Sands put together.

Personally from favorite to least, my list goes; Warrior Within, Sands of Time and then Two Thrones.

Anyway, great deal at only 8.99, and even if the offer has ended at the time of anyone reading this, its probably still worth the price (just look around first see if you can get it cheaper, every penny helps).

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Rating16+ (PEGI)