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Miashin played Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

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Miashin said...
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Nothing much to say on th is game, went back to an old save file and started playing from there. I"m not exactly all that far in the game yet, I just got past the courtyard and activating the defensive systems in the game.

I have to say I dislike the single ground level spinning blade the most. It always seems to catch me. If it just moved in quarters of a circle I'd be good, but it moves in third and I try to roll to get out of its way quick enough with absolutely no success.

Saved in a hallway with one of those, and saws along the walls (like that doesn't describe a whole bunch of the hallways in this game).

I have to say that the games fun with some very difficult battles. I have the PC box set that has all three of the last gen games in it, and I really wanna finish this one so I can get to the other two (with the third being my primary goal).

But what I particularly like is the setting of the game. Persia is pretty damn close to 'home' for me, and the story telling style of the game suits it well. Although, I wish it were something other than a rather cliched nod to '101 Nights.'
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PC)

Genre/Style: Action/Third-person 3D Action
Release Date: 02/DEC/03
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I like the Warrior Within more...you should definately play that!Also it's good to know you ain't a graphix hoe! X)
When some of the best games I ever played come from the SNES and original PS than it'd be hypocritical of me to make graphics a major factor in my game choice. XD

That and buying box sets is an excellent money saver.
As SoloSnake once said...An old piece of fun software is still fun software1
*nods* Ain't that the truth.
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