Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones User Reviews

9.4

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones

The good:

- More puzzles
- Ubisoft brought back the great Arabic music
- Speed kills
- Improved aerobics
- Improved camera and game play
- Improved graphics
- No more glitches like WW!
- Farah is back!
- Play as 2 different characters in the same body
- Great boss fights (especially the final one)
- And alot more!

The bad:

- Not much replay value
- Might seem short for some people

Summary:

The storyline has always been an integral part of the series. The story in this version requires that you have some knowledge of the last two games. I won't go into too much detail here but if you want to go back and verify the endings for yourself, skip the next paragraph.

Returning home to Babylon from his last adventure, the prince is bringing his new love, Kaileena, with him to reclaim his kingdom. Yes, she is alive. Remember those sands of time? Upon his return he finds the kingdom in the grips of civil unrest. He and Kaileena are taken prisoner and Kaileena is murdered, releasing the ...

8.4

A Great Way To End A Series

The good:

-Great graphics
-Nice platforming.
-Well done soundtrack.
-Great story.
-Stealth Kills.
-Dark Prince.

The bad:

-Does get too challenging at times.

Summary:

The Prince of Persia trilogy-ending entry gives something that everyone can get behind. Intense platforming segments are perfectly balanced to highlight the joy of movement and the glory of getting a sequence right. Brutal combat is changed with cinematic finishers and more ties to action and platforming. In all, the Ubisoft Montreal team appears to have split the difference between the two earlier with this one, with design ideas clearly aped from each other, while judiciously cutting less successful ones. The is spot on, meaning that the good is left and the jaggy parts of this title are ...

9.4

The Return of the Prince

The good:

Gameplay, Sound, Voice Acting, and Story...

The bad:

New additions are a bit glitchy...

Summary:

The Two Thrones marks the Prince's third return to the consoles and is every bit as great as the original. The story of The Two Thrones picks up immediately after the events in Warrior Within. The Prince and Kaileena, the Empress of Time, having defeated the Dahaka set sail for Babylon. Upon arrival, the Prince finds his Kingdom in ruins by the soldiers of his previous enemy, the Visier. The Visier's soldiers capture Kaileena and the Prince must get her back before it's too late.

Two Thrones's story and sounds harken back to the fairy-tale like atmosphere of The Sands of Time with a decen...

8.0

Does the Trilogy Justice

Summary:

Prince of Persia The Two Thrones is an excellent sequel to last years Warrior Within.

After destroying the sands in Warrior Within the Prince returns home only to discover that his time travelling antics has caused a chain of events which resulted in his homeland being destroyed.
He regains the powers of the sands and yet again tries to set things right.
Along his travels he becomes partially infected by the sands which results in him occasionally changing into Dark Prince.


New moves have been added to the already impressive set of moves that the athletic prince had in previous games. The Prin...

9.2

The Prince of Platforming

The good:

-Unparalled platforming action
-Improved combat
-Superb storyline
-Brand new "speed kills"

The bad:

-Too much combat, mainly thanks to the inclusion of the Dark Prince
-Graphics a little dark at times
-Some slow-down when encountering more than about four enemies
-Some sound glitches

Summary:

The Prince is back, and he's right back on top form. After the entertaining, although comabt-heavy Warrior Within, TTT (The Two Thrones) had a lot riding on it. The expectations of long-time Prince of Persia fans, as well as those looking for a reason to buy it, looking for an interesting mix of comabt and platforming.

Fortunately, Prince of Persia delivers. It's the best in the series yet, and ties up the trilogy nicely. Platforming has been extended, with some neat new moves, as well as involving combat in the platforming. It's just what blends it all together and makes TTT work so well. N...

9.6

UbiSoft Strikes Again!

The good:

Gamplay, the story, and the voice acting....

The bad:

...for just about everyone but Prince at most times. And the game is sort

Summary:

*100% Spoiler-Free*

In only 3 years, UbiSoft has been able to release a trilogy for the the gaming world: That trilogy is Prince of Persia. It seems that there have been news going around that The Two Thrones is the last PoP game. If so, did it go with a bang or a wimper? Find out in my review.

The story of Prince is quite good and very well told. If you have played Warrior Within, you'll know that Prince has escaped the cluthes of the Dahaka by making sure the Sands of Time are never created. However, in doing so, his kingdom has been sent into war and captured and now the Prince is a fugiti...

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