Lord of the Games: The Return of The Prince
Not much has changed, but that turns out to be a good thing. All of the puzzles and platforming are back from the first POP game, and are even better to be honest. Traversing the roof tops of Babylon gives the game, and the Prince, a high flying feeling that just can't be beat. Add to that the new "speed kills" and the addition of the Dark Prince, who is more like a second persona that manifests "himself" when he thinks the Prince needs help. Hats off to Ubisoft for keep the story fresh.
The combat system gets a huge shot of Red Bull and Vodka with the new acrobatic attacks, speed kills, grappling moves, and the Dagger Tail. You have to play it to see it in action.
My only gripes about this game is that the graphics seem to be outdated, and the sound, mainly the narration, is a little low and hard to hear at times. But there is no slowbown, unless you want it to, and the musical score is top notch.
This is a must buy, must own game, and I can't wait to see what ubisoft has in store for the Prince in the next generation of console.
9.6 from me.