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Discussion in 'Hyrule Region' started by Lee, Jun 2, 2011.
How can you even compare these games?
The Sands of Time trilogy of the Prince of Persia games is probably the most underrated series in the world of gaming. Its games consistently earn high rankings on most of the reputed gaming websites and the games themselves have good plots coupled with an awesome combat system which is second to no other game. Yet, in some places it is not met with its usual fanfare and one of those places might be the WrestleZone Forums. In my view this game is much better than some of the other gaming series that are rated much higher by certain gamers most prominent among them being the GTA series of games.
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones is no different. It's plot revolves around the Prince of Persia returning to his hometown of Babylon with Kaileena, the princess of time he had save in the earlier game of the series only to find that the streets of Babylon have been ravaged by war. The person behind these events is none other than the Vizier whom the Prince had killed in the first game of the series but due to his actions in the second game of the series, the actions that he had performed earlier have been reversed.
The running theme of the POP games is that it is impossible for a man to change his fate. The plot is filled with its usual dose of intricate puzzles, time controlling spells and nigh unbeatable monsters but what seperates this game from the rest of the games of this series is the existence of the Dark Prince. It is a great character and someone who the prince transforms into from time to time due to being infected by the sands of time. It is a cold and ruthless being whose existence depends on killing other sand monsters. He is like a ticking time bomb who sucks the powers of the enemies he defeats in order to keep himself alive. In this game the prince not only has to battle the vizier but also himself in order to survive. The final stage in the game should be specially mentioned as it shows how the prince tries to run away from the darkness that burns a hole of self doubt into him.
The graphics of this game are superlative and the city of Babylon has been brought to life in a great manner. But what really stands out about this game is the combat system. Here is just a glimpse of what our prince can do:
After seeing this, you cannot possibly be in doubt as to which game to vote for. But, if you are, just remember that the Prince looks like CM Punk from 2008. On a westling forum, that must count.
I think that the Championship manager series was a pretty good one until the FIFA games and even Pro Evolution Soccer games decided to incorporate a Manager Mode in their games. The Manager Mode of Championship Manager 01 was really ahead of it's time but now as it stands I believe that the Manager Modes of the FIFA games are much more detailed and they also offer you the chance to be a part of theaction by actually playing the matches for your team rather than just watching the game from the sidelines like in Championship Manager.
Vote Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones!!!!
Did anyone care for this round? POP goes through.