This is the story of a prince, who suffers from his previous mistake that is innocent yet fueled with pride. As he is being chased by The Dahaka(guardian of time) as a consequence of his ... 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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This is the story of a prince, who suffers from his previous mistake that is innocent yet fueled with pride. As he is being chased by The Dahaka(guardian of time) as a consequence of his actions, he seeks aid from The Empress of Time and escape from the notion that he cannot change his fate. Written by hasan akalan

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One fate. One million ways to defy it. 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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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 »

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

Prince: I am... the architecht of my own destruction.
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Follows Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2003) See more »

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Straight Out Of Line
Performed by Godsmack
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One of the best video games ever made.
22 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, before I go i want you to know that i like 'The Legend of Zelda_ The Ocarina of Time' better.

But other than that it is my favorite game ever.

The graphics are Superb. through out the game they make it more beautiful and enjoyable. if you play close attention you will realize how realistic they are. they make you feel like that you are the prince. and you are the one fighting and jumping and racing etc. last for the graphics, are the cut-scenes. never have i seen anything that looks more like real life than these cut-scenes. i watched in awe the first time i looked at them.

And for story. this would have to be the best plot i've ever experienced for PS2. 'Prince of Persia_Sands of Time' did a good job in opening up a great story and closing it. and Warrior Within did even better at reopening it and turning into something so Intriguing as this.

And now for action. to say the least, you will never an action game so intense, violent, acrobatic, stylish and FUN!!!!!.

so, to some it all up, 'The Prince of Persia Warrior Within'is the best and most exciting game since 'The Legend of Zelda_ The Ocarina of Time'.

I'd give it 10/10


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