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,... See full summary »

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Kaileena (voice)
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Bladedancer (voice)
Thor Bishopric ...
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Sand Warriors (voice)
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Prince (voice)
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The Dahaka (voice) (as Richard M. Dumont)
Hubert Fielden ...
The Old Man (voice)
Susan Glover ...
Sand Warriors (voice)
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Sand Warriors (voice) (as Al Goulem)
Arthur Holden ...
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Pierre Lenoir ...
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Bladedancers (voice)
Simon Peacock ...
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Michel Perron ...
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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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Fate is Never Final See more »


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M

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30 November 2004 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Prince of Persia: Dusza wojownika  »

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Trivia

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

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

The Dahaka: All who have come before you have fallen. No one escapes the Dahaka!
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Followed by Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones (2005) See more »

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Straight Out Of Line
Performed by Godsmack
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The best computer game i have ever played!
9 August 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

when i bought the game i felt like it had been a stupid thing to do, i had read that the game wasn't as good as sands of time. although i did like that game, but this one had cost 200sek more. the previews said that the Prince had lost his personality, and was not really a character to like anymore. but when i started playing the game i couldn't stop. i finished the game in 4 days or something like that, and at least half of that time i was stuck with the empress of time, thats the only problem with all prince of Persia games, the bosses (if i can say it like that)are to hard. and in warrior within the firs boss comes after 10 minutes. but it is still the best game i have ever played, because the thing of playing in the same rooms and in the same maps, but in different times, thats excellent. and the whole chapter with the sand-wraith was excellent, and when i found out the story behind the sand-wraith, and why he was following me, i liked the game even more! in the whole game i only found two things that they had missed doing the game and they didn't really matter. the first was that there is some kind of lever where the Prince runs up a wall and hang himself onto the lever to weight it down, the lever starts going down before he touches it... and; when he first gets to the island of time he has no sword, so he grabs a peace of wood to overcome a couple of birds, and when he puts the peace of wood where the sword should be, you can hear the metallic sound of a sword against metal... but those misses doesn't really matter at all. and i'll say it once more, this is the best game ever created...


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