Prince of Persia: Revelations is the PlayStation Portable version of the 2004 game, Prince of Persia: Warrior Within; the port was re-worked by Pipeworks Software and released in 2005 with some additional content for the PSP. No plot changes were made to the game.
It's set seven years after the previous game and the Prince is in trouble once again where a creature called the Dahaka is hunting him; whoever releases The Sands of Time cannot be allowed to live and the creature is the guardian of time. The Prince must travel to the Island of Time in an attempt to stop the creation of the Sands in hopes that the Dahaka will stop chasing him if they were never created.
In his desperate attempts to save himself, the Prince must delve through time in an attempt to change his fate and stop the strange being that is hunting him down.
The 3D action-platformer borrows classic hack and slash genre elements which have a major effect on the combat in the game; combat is melee based where the player can use close range weapons such as swords. While a portion of the game is focused on combat, platforming is the main gameplay aspect.
Levels in the game are based around platforming where the player needs to use parkour to reach new areas; this is done by running along walls, climbing, swinging across gaps and other freerunning techniques. Exploration of these levels is encouraged and new areas become available as the game progresses. Many areas are blocked by obstacles which later become passable as the player gains more abilities.
Prince is able to control time for several seconds which allows the player to rewind a bad move or slow down time to dodge enemy attacks.
 Whats new
New levels and maps are featured in the PSP version which adds new obstacles to the game; there are also new weapons and combo's included in this version.
Combat has been enhanced since the previous game to introduce off-hand weapons which can be used to dual wield and perform a range of new combos to kill enemies; they can also be thrown at enemies. New bonuses and penalties have been added to the game to match the new off-handed weapons.
Freerunning mechanics – Use parkour to progress through the levels
Control time – Manipulate time to avoid certain death or get the upper hand
Hack and Slash combat – Fight in melee combat and use combos to defeat enemies
More levels – Explore more maps and levels in the PSP version
 Players liked
- Good story
- Nice replay value
- Amazing graphics
 Players didn't like
- Filled with bugs and graphical glitches
- Audio doesn't always work
- Long loading screens
- Combat is awkward on a small screen