Thursday, January 6, 2011

Prince of Persia Series The Forgotten Sands

He can turn back The Prince has a new power in this game. Some gamers will revel in this while others will feel frustrated. However, conquering these difficult parts eventually is always a reason to celebrate. Certain levels are hard to cross and after various attempts one still fail to find the correct route to follow.

Game play can be frustrating at times. The Game play.The levels are gorgeous, and strangely for this series, are mostly played inside buildings. Destroying this army will prove difficult, and even costly. Malik is not so eager to part with his medallion since it offers him some advantages.

Both the Prince and Malik each has one half of a medallion that, when combined, can reseal this dangerous skeletal sand army. Later in the game it is revealed that the army was not Solomon's, but created to destroy him. It is up to the Prince to stop this dangerous army. Unfortunately, the skeletal sand army starts attacking everything in sight. Facing overwhelming odds, Malik releases Solomon's mythical army from within a secret chamber in the palace.

Shortly after the Prince met his brother, an army attacks the palace. The story In this version, the Prince is sent by his father to visit his brother Malik in the ancient ruins of king Solomon. The newest release is set somewhere between these two games. Previous games in this series include Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Prince of Persia: The Warrior Within.

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