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Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones (2005)

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The Prince of Persia makes his way home to Babylon, bearing with him Kaileena, the enigmatic Empress of Time, and unspeakable scars from the Island of Time.


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Cast overview:
The Prince (voice)
Rick Miller ...
The Dark Prince (voice)
Kaileena (voice)
Farah (voice)
The Vizier (voice)
Hubert Fielden ...
The Old Man (voice)
Mahasti (voice)
Additional Voices (voice) (as Al Goulem)
Civilians / Female Sand Demons (voice)
Axe / Sword / Sand Demons (voice)
John Topor ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice) (as Marc Camacho)
Sven Eriksson ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)


The Prince of Persia makes his way home to Babylon, bearing with him Kaileena, the enigmatic Empress of Time, and unspeakable scars from the Island of Time. But instead of the peace he longs for, he finds his kingdom ravaged by war and Kaileena the target of a brutal plot. When she is kidnapped, the Prince tracks her to the Palace - only to see her murdered by a powerful enemy. Her death unleashes the Sands of Time, which strike the Prince and threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. Cast to the streets, hunted as a fugitive, the Prince soon discovers that the Sands have tainted him, too. They have given rise to a deadly Dark Prince, whose spirit gradually possesses him. Written by Matthew Silver

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One Warrior. Two Souls.



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5 December 2005 (USA)  »

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Prince of Persia: Dwa trony  »

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Before entering the elevator, Farah remembers hearing that a similar device is found in Azad, a place she hopes to visit once. This is a nod to the first Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2003), when both Farah and the Prince were in Azad (but Farah does not remember that, because the Prince changed the time line). See more »


The Dark Prince: [sarcastically] How convenient. A burning building full of people waiting to be rescued.
The Prince: What do you mean?
The Dark Prince: I mean it sounds like a trap.
The Prince: Ridiculous.
The Dark Prince: Is it? If I was an enraged Sandgod intent on killing you, and you'd have already slain two of my lieutenants, well, I would be inclined to use a less direct approach. One that exploits your "newfound compassion".
The Prince: Trap or not, these people need me.
The Dark Prince: No good will come of this.
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Brings back the magic lost in WW
26 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

This game has much more innovation than WW had, and beats that game hands down. But still, the only thing which is really focused on is the gameplay. And that is where they should focus, the story was incredibly bad. Just continues in the same track as the previous two games, then suddenly at the end, they rush it incredibly to wrap stuff up, and even failed in that. You have the Prince struggling with his dark self this time around, it's not really what you'd expect and is the games weakest points. When you play as the DP, everything feels rushed and boring. New to this game is the Speed Kill system, if the enemy hasn't seen you, you can get behind them or over them, and start a little "timing-mini game" where your dagger will flash for a brief second, that's when you need to press the attack button. This keeps gameplay fresh, and ties it ties in with the acrobatics in order to get a good vantage point. But it's not all good, they were supposed to be angry and aggressive. They were a bit dull with the slow music and didn't really give the rushes it was supposed to. And you never really needed to time them, there were not much variation, and you could easily learn when to press. It was only the first time through that you were on your toes. The music was ten times as good as WW, but didn't quite have the "catchyness" of SoT, say hello to middleeastern music once more. The game looks incredibly UGLY, I know games out in 2001 that looked 20 times as good. There are MASSIVE amounts of clipping errors, and I believe the 2 earlier games in the series looked better. This looked horrible. Even the main weapon is 2D. Little to now replay value however, you get one different code for each cleared difficulty setting. (Easy, Normal, Hard) And they are not really hard to get to. The gameplay is excellent, even though the DP takes it down a bit. If you want to buy this, don't set your expectations too high, and appreciate the gameplay, that's about the only thing they nailed in this one.

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