Prince of Persia The Sands of Time can be recommended wholeheartedly. It looks fantastic and features responsive controls, some original play mechanics, a good story, and plenty of thrilling adventure.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
takes place in a mystical Middle Eastern setting, all bathed in soft, warm light and looking like something straight out of a storybook. You play as a young prince who possesses exceptional athletic and acrobatic skill. Early on in the game, the prince steals the dagger of time, a treasure from a rival nation, as a token for his father the king. When a traitorous vizier compels the prince to use the dagger to unlock another treasure, a huge hourglass, everything goes wrong. The sands from the hourglass blow forth, enveloping the kingdom and turning its guardsmen and citizens into, for lack of a better way to describe it, “sand zombies.” The prince, the vizier, and a young woman named Farah are among the only survivors. In the prince’s efforts to undo his mistake, he’ll join forces with Farah, seek out the hourglass, and confront the vizier. www.muhammadniaz.net The game’s story takes a backseat during most of the game, but it is bookended nicely and is framed as the prince’s own retrospection. So, for instance, should the prince fall and die at a certain point during the game, you’ll hear him say, as narrator, something like, “No, that’s not how it happened.” Not only is this an interesting technique, but it compels you to keep pressing on. You’ll want to know exactly how his complicated ordeal will unravel.
The prince’s new dagger of time has other uses besides causing calamity. It’s the key to defeating the evil spread throughout the palace, and it also makes the prince virtually immortal. In most cases, should the prince fall to his death or be slain by a sand creature or a trap, with his last breath, he may use the dagger to “rewind” the course of time to a point prior to the unfortunate incident that would have ended his life. Each time you use this ability, it costs a “sand tank,” which you earn a greater quantity of as you get farther into the game, and which you restore by defeating sand creatures. In practice, you won’t often run out of sand tanks, but even if you do, you’ll restart the prince’s story from a recent location.
System= Pentium III CPU 933 MHz
RAM= 256 MB
Size= 262 MB
Video Memory= 64 MB
OS= Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP, Vista, 7 and Windows 8
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