Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones

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Whoo! I finally completed the game. It took me about 20 hrs. Quite short I guess. Actually, I was playing The Sand of Time but it crashes half way for some reason. Then I had no choice but to play The Two Throne. The Two Thrones is pretty awesome. I love the dual weapon wielding feature and of course the epic almighty dark prince.

Prince of Persia: The Two Throne’s story started with the Prince bringing Kaileena back to Babylon to escape her fate (which I’m not sure was what but probably sth to do with her dying). Then just as Babylon came into sight, horror stuck the prince. The city in flame. The sound of chaos echo throughout the land. Then it began, the prince’s new adventure – a quest to save his city, his people and himself. A quest to destroy the Vizier.

The gameplay is classic Prince of Persia but it gets extremely annoying sometime when I had to keep on retrying countless time to get through certain part. Then again that’s the challenge of the game. There were many layouts the buildings and traps that requires us to understand the prince abilities and utilizes it correctly in order to get through each phase.

The game setting is well design too. And last but not least, the introduction of the prince alter ego – the dark prince. He couldn’t dual wield weapons (or more like he doesn’t need to). Instead he has a super awesome chain that allows him to do range attacks and give him extra maneuver ability (grab and swing). I manage to complete the game so quickly was also because I practically breeze through the game when he turned into dark prince.

I was a bit unsatisfied though, about the fact that I don’t know how he knew Farah since I didn’t manage to play the Forgotten Sand or The Sand of Time. So there was no recollection or excitement whatsoever when Farah came out.

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Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones

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