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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kaileena (voice)
Prince (voice)
Shahdee (voice)
Bladedancer (voice)
Thor Bishopric ...
Sand Warriors (voice)
The Dahaka (voice) (as Richard M. Dumont)
Hubert Fielden ...
The Old Man (voice)
Susan Glover ...
Sand Warriors (voice)
Sand Warriors (voice)
Arthur Holden ...
Pierre Lenoir ...
Bladedancers (voice)
Simon Peacock ...


You are marked for death, yet you are unshaken. The impossible challenge you face has ignited a fire within your soul. Confident in your deadly fighting skills, thirsting for brutal battle, you are a warrior awakened. You will use every weapon, command every power, and summon every last shred of rage to defy fate. You will defend what no enemy shall take away - your life. You are hunted by Dahaka, an immortal incarnation of Fate seeking divine retribution. As 'the Prince' you will embark upon a path of both carnage and mystery to defy your preordained death. This journey leads to the infernal core of a cursed island stronghold harboring mankinds greatest fears. Written by Sujit R. Varma

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30 November 2004 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Prince of Persia: Dusza wojownika  »

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If you rewind time during when the Dahaka is chasing the Prince, the monster's creepy grumblings become intelligeble English. See more »


At an early point in the game, Kaileena mentions that she knows about the Dahaka. However, near the end of the game when it appears in front of her and the Prince, she seems to be completely unaware of what it is. See more »


Kaileena: Who do you think you are?
Prince: I am the Prince of Persia.
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #33.2 (2005) See more »


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Performed by Godsmack
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The fighting is improved, but it is still the weak link of the three games.
27 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

Yes, I played a demo of this game and thought it was very cool. The music, the fight on the boat, and all that stuff. Then I played the full game and I found it rather weak compared to the first one as it really became rather repetitive as it were. The story is okay as the prince is being pursued by a super monster who most certainly does not care for the way the prince changed time around in the previous installment. The prince hears that the sorceress of time on some island is the key to stopping this unstoppable beast. He goes there and is promptly attacked by a rather scary lady. His ship crashes and he begins his quest to stop the sands of time from being created thus putting right in some strange way what he did wrong in releasing the sands in the first place. Can not release them if they never existed in the first place. Well it is okay, but you back track to much. The fighting is nice and fluid, but it gets old after a while. There is not enough of the wall crawling in this one either as they seemed more concerned with improving the fighting and adding nothing to the most fun aspect of the first game. The time shift stuff would be neater if you could shift through a couple of more times, still not all that many boss fights either. So in the end a step backward from the previous game for me, the whole making the game more bloody and stuff was unnecessary as was the heavy metal soundtrack as opposed to the great soundtracks of one and three. Still, it was good enough to be an okay game...just needed more work in a couple of areas and it quite frankly needed more areas.

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