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


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)  »

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Prince of Persia: Dusza wojownika  »

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Despite favorable reviews, much criticism of the game was directed at its dark tone, highly sexualized characters and graphic violence, as well as the Prince's new appearance and disposition. Fans complained that it all seemed far removed from the 'Arabian Nights' inspired look from its predecessor, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2003). 'Sands of Time' co-creator Jordan Mechner also voiced his disapproval of the artistic changes made by the design team. No doubt this criticism led to a return to the more cheery and lighthearted atmosphere seen in its successor, Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones (2005) 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 »


Prince: [after he finds out the Dahaka isn't gone after he kills Kaileena] I am... The architecht of my own destruction... So this is it. What is written in the timeline, cannot be changed.
[There is a banging above, the Prince looks up and sees the Dahaka banging on bars above him]
Prince: Come for me then!
[the Dahaka slowly goes away. The Prince looks down and walks over to the wall]
Prince: In my quest to destroy the Sands of Time, I have been the one to create them.
Prince: [...]
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More darker than the previous one...

After thoroughly enjoying the previous game, The Sands of Time, I was excited to find that Ubisoft were creating a sequel to it. At first, Warrior Within may look like your typical goth-brawling epic, but look behind the daunting colours and you've got an action adventure/platform romp that will challenge you in many hours of incredible game play.

In this game, you play as the Prince as he attempts to change his fate to die before the guardian of time, the Dahaka kills him. You can still do all the acrobatic moves and stunts that were available in the first game and more (including the ability to slide down curtains using your sword as a brake), but the thing that has improved the most is the combat. Now, you pick up temporary secondary weapons and chain together buttons to execute blood-spilling combos. It's good, because The Sands of Time's battles were rather linear with few combat moves. This game has over 50 combos to slice and dice your enemies with.

Thanks to a magical Medallion, the Prince can use the Sand Powers that made Sands of Time's game play so unique - rewind time, slow down time and learn some new sand moves (including a cool move called Ravages of Time which lets you hack away at enemies at breakneck speed). Unlike the previous game though, you can only obtain up to six sand slots - in Sands of Time you could have MUCH MUCH more. This is a particularly bad feature of the game because it feels like it's been downgraded a bit. Also, Power Tanks are not included - every sand move (even the Slow-mo move) consumes at least one sand tank. Later powers often cost even more. This provides an unfair element to the game, seeing as Power Tanks were in the original.

This is a very good game. despite minor elements of bad features, it is still worth buying. You should get it definitely if you had the last one.

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