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Prince of Persia Trilogy (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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  • Relive the epic adventure in high definition: Fully remastered in 720p HD with new textures, normal maps and anti-aliasing, the Sands of Time trilogy has never looked as vibrant and crisp
  • Action-Adventure in the third dimension: Experience the Prince’s adventures in full stereoscopic 3D (3D television required)
  • Three full-length games: Play a combined total of over 30 hours of gameplay on one blu-ray disc
  • Groundbreaking gameplay & technology: Considered one of the most influential and innovative game series of the decade, it is the perfect time to discover one of Ubisoft Montreal’s most celebrated achievements
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B0042X8V48
  • Release Date: 19 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,348 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Prince Of Persia Trilogy Contains

  • Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,
  • Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
  • Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones.

Relive the critically-acclaimed and fan-favourite Prince of Persia: Sands of Time trilogy, remixed in high definition graphics and stereoscopic 3D.


Follow the journey of a young Prince struggling to undo the mistakes of his past, and undo the curse of the Sands of Time. In an adventure spanning continents, guide the Prince from the palaces of Azad, through the Island of Time and into the fabled kingdom of Babylon and wield mystical artefacts to control the Prince’s ultimate weapon: time itself.

Play in Stereoscopic 3D (3D-enabled TV required)


 

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Relive the critically-acclaimed and fan-favourite Prince of Persia: Sands of Time trilogy, remixed in high definition graphics and stereoscopic 3D.

Follow the journey of a young Prince struggling to undo the mistakes of his past, and undo the curse of the Sands of Time. In an adventure spanning continents, guide the Prince from the palaces of Azad, through the Island of Time and into the fabled kingdom of Babylon and wield mystical artefacts to control the Prince’s ultimate weapon: time itself.

Prince of Persia Trilogy 3D contains Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Prince of Persia: Warrior Within and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones.


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4.2 out of 5 stars

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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A Bridger on 23 Nov. 2010
Prince Of Persia: Trilogy for PS3, published by Ubisoft, is the collection of the Prince Of Persia - The Sands Of Time Trilogy games that have been remastered in 720p HD and includes the option of playing the trilogy in full stereoscopic 3D (3D TV required). The Sands Of Time Trilogy is the collection of the following games; Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time, Prince Of Persia: Warrior Within and Prince Of Persia: The Two Thrones. These games focus on the Prince as he attempts to undo the mistakes of his past and undo the curse of the Sands Of Time.

The games themselves are excellent value for money and offer a huge amount of gameplay hours (at least 35 hours). Also the games themselves have aged quite well both graphically and gameplay wise, with only Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time looking slightly dated with its cutscene graphics and combat. The trilogy of games all follow a story based style of gameplay with a blend of acrobatics to move the Prince through the environment and combat to defeat his enemies, with some special powers to add an extra dimension to the games. Of the games themselves Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time is quite lighthearted, Prince Of Persia: Warrior Within is a much darker game and more combat based and Prince Of Persia: The Two Thrones attempts to strike a balance between the two.

Overall, this is a truly fantastic trilogy that should appeal to any Prince Of Persia fan and to almost any gaming fan in general. If you have enjoyed Prince Of Persia: Trilogy then I would recommend Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (PS3), as this is an interquel game that takes place in the seven years between Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time and Prince Of Persia: Warrior Within and features a very similar style of gameplay.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Craig on 24 Nov. 2010
I totally agree with the other reviewers about this collection. Three great games that are hard to compare them to something else. Fans of the PS2 versions will be pleased with the the ports. They are near faithfull with only a few minor hiccups. The graphics stand up well today but it is clear that it is just a HD revamp. WW still remains the hardest of the three but is no less enjoyable, aside from the devilish difficulty of the title.
The reason im giving it only 4 instead of the 5 it deserves is the sound bugs.
All three are full of sound bugs. Voices do not play loud enough which is less of an issue if subtitles are turned on though SoT lacks a subtitle feature. Strange 'ticking' noises are also frequented in the first title. Lastly the soundtrack on WW has been slightly changed. Now its just your 'vanilla' guitar riff. Its a bit dissapointing as the original helped you get pumped up for the fights. I honestly cant remember but im sure two godsmack album tracks were featured on the game, now its only one and of that one the vocals have been taken out. Maybe as ubi lost the rights? I dont know But thats just a fanboy rant from someone how enjoyed the original version. Nothing wrong with the music, just not as I remembered.
Well worth anyones well earned pounds and a great showcase of PoP for a new generation of younger gamers.
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37 of 46 people found the following review helpful By John Clayton III VINE VOICE on 11 Jan. 2011
... Nice chocolate covering, but that awful crap in the middle really spoils things.

While this collection does represent great value for money in what it offers, there's no getting away from the fact that as far as the line up of HD Classic collections on PS3 so far go, PoP Trilogy is definitely the weakest.

As you all know the first game on here, Sands of Time, was one of the best games of last generation. It pretty much redefined the mechanics of 3D platform games and did it while delivering a strong central narrative and story. The story follows the unnamed 'Prince', as during an invasion of a neighbouring kingdom, he acquires a dagger with time travelling sand powers. He then teams up with Farrah, a mouthy female foil who serves as companion and partner during an adventure to stop the magic time sand from turning the entire kingdom into sand zombies... or something. The updated version looks great, despite some of the visuals being a tad dated at their core and a lot of the gameplay still holds up very well, but there's no escaping the fact that the game's combat is BAD. Stiff, unresponsive, and with enemies that respawn dozens of time per fight, leading to long, tedious battles throughout? That's not fun. The more recent PoP game, Forgotten Sands, managed to refine and improve this combat system rather well, but after it, going back to Sands of Time really is a lot more trying than it should be. It's still a great game in every other way, but the fighting is still a very weak link in the chain...

...which is fairly tragic considering that game number 2, Warrior Within, is built around combat first and everything else second, and the combat still sucks.
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By Seawasp00 on 17 April 2011
Seen as there is three games in this package which by the way si great value for money.I'm going to talk about them one by one.

Sands Of Time
This is probably my favourite although the fighting can get a little repetive and the graphics a little dated. This game has the puzzles and a fantastic storyline.

Warrior Within
This is my third favourite and the graphics aren't as dated in this one the storyline is good and the puzzles are still very good but the fighting has taken on new form and it is very interesting with just the right amount of combos.

The Two Thrones
My second favourite has great graphics, great storyline, great fighting. this sounds to be thge best of the buncb but to me it is not. i like the slightly dark and light side toi this one as WW was very dark and SOT was very light and almost peaceful.
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