Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.

Hey Hi!! This is Sai Raghavendra. I back again here with new game called Prince of Persia : The Sands of Time

Introduction:

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is introduced by Jordan Mencher in 2008. This game is of video game franchise. Which children’s love to play this game

The System Requirements: 

It requires a minimum of 8 gb or higher RAM 

An AMD C-50 CPU is required at a minimum to run Prince of Persia®: The Sands of Time

Graphical interface of NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT graphics card you can play the game.

This game only supports windows versions (XP,Vista, Windows 7 or higher).

The total size of this game is 2.09 GB.

Game Play of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

As we go on into this game we will be experience the effectiveness of the game and even the intricate environments too. It’s a kind of impressive level design.

When you collect the light seeds, namely glowing orbs from the new explorable areas you will be noticing that the coloured plates namely dot walls and ceilings

Red and blue plates are functionally the same (though visually unique), propelling you automatically toward the next plate or platform.

To make the game more and more impressive they’ve combined plate jumps and standard platforming, In some manners some of them are utilizing all the three dimensions. This makes a game more immersive and impressive.

Finally, yellow plates initiate on-rails flight sequences that give you limited room to manoeuvre around obstructions, sort of like a 3D version of Nights Into Dreams, the Saturn plat-former.

The visual effect which is the movement of the camera is a bit annoying sections, it will be never clear that when you go left right up or down to avoid certain objects

Conclusion:

The prince has a nice array of combination moves that accompany his acrobatic skills. But the signature part of combat is the speed kill, which allows you some nifty and gruesome stealth kills.

“However, Charles Herold of The New York Times gave it an average review and stated that “I felt all the considerable pleasure the game had given me had been taken back.”

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