@ SGTiD1NG0: Where shall I start? Awful, unprecise, random controls, some long sections without checkpoints, repetitive and drawn out fights? Not even Elika can save me on this one, and I feel that mechanic was only put in place because of how bad controlling the Prince can get in this game. Don't get me wrong, some of the levels are gorgeous and challenging to platform through, but the added challenge (can I even call it that?) comes from how bad everything controls, how the game cheats you, changing how the controls act as you're playing the game... i.e, by holding the jump button, the Prince is supposed to wall run, but on some jumps, the game automatically does that, and if you happen to press that button, he jumps away from the wall to his death. Annoying to no end. And frustrating.
Thanks to my friend Al, I was able to get Prince of Persia for the 360, and this weekend, I've managed to finish it.
It is quite simply, one of the most frustrating and infuriating games I have ever played. One hell of a disappointment. And to top it off, I bought the DLC when it was on sale a few weeks back, before actually getting the game... *sigh* so I have even more disappoints to suffer through with this heap, at least for a couple of hours from what I've read on that content. I'll have to write something about it eventually, but I can safely say it's my least favorite Prince of Persia game, even lower than Warrior Within. And yeah, I liked the Dreamcast one better than this, so... take that as you may. If I was the controller tossing type, can hell, I came close to doing so, I'd be out of controllers for just about every console I own.
Oh, if art alone made a game good. Not in this case.
But I thought the game was easy so how can it be frustrating. Disappointing I can accept but how can it be frustrating?
@PJ24 - I wouldn´t mind playing that as a continuation to the story, as it didn't really end with this game, but I really hope they improve and fix some of the issues I had.
I tried it when a friend brought it over to my pad. It was only ok. Definitely did not make me want to buy it.
I was very disappointed with Prince of Persia as well. I never got into the game and honestly got through some of it before deciding to sell it because it just began to bore me.
I played it a month or so ago, and I quite enjoyed it. There were a couple of frustrating moments where he didn't do the action I was intending, and the battles got a little tedious at times, but overall I enjoyed it.
I've played all the previous games and I must say that POP was my least favorite out of them all. I also have the DLC but I haven't finish it, and probably I won't ever play it again.
Woah, I actually liked the game. The art enhanced the pretty nice gameplay, even though the controls felt a bit slippery at times. Problem is, the next action will only work after the animation is done which kinda sucks. Not THAT big of a fan of the ending but I'm don't hate it either. I liked this one better than Warrior Within, I should say.
The game was okay, but much too boring in my opinion. I still somewhat enjoyed it, though. The art was beautiful for this game.
Whoa... makes me wonder if we've played the same game. I rather enjoyed this title, better than I did the Warrior Within. Actually, I place this right under the Sands of Time.
I also have the game but im only half way cause of MW2. There are some dissappointments to the game but I still like it.