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Prince of persia on the PS3
I think they will and should make a Ps3 version of the game. They shouldn't do a remake because we all know what happens. The only problem is what the plot would be. I would be upset if they didn't continue this series on the next-gen. It doesn't necessarily have to be the Prince (although that's what I prefer), maybe totally different characters and plot. The thing that I most liked about this series was the style of gameplay. No other games out there (that I'm aware of) have this style. Also the story was like a good book, you just couldn't seem to put it down.
Maybe they can start a new series with Prince's son.
The Prince had a son? It's been a while since I played Two Thrones.
02-28-2006 #6The Prince had a son? It's been a while since I played Two Thrones.
OK. That could be a good story. Maybe when they're 20 years old and Father is too old to defend his throne. Do you think they should bring back the Sands of Time? (there has to be some sort of way to do the time-rewind feature)
I just hope they sort out the camera and controls for it.The third one was easily one of the most annoying games i've played for a very long time.I took it back before I completed it as I couldn't defeat the last boss.Why?Because the camera refused to stay in a position when I could actually see what was going on
I did'nt think the camera was a problem. I had no trouble defeating the last boss either.
Possible story plot: Evil son discovers a way to make the Sands of Time all over again. He then goes back in time and tries to prevent his "good" brother from being born.
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I've got a story. Wrote it ages ago, and posted it on the PoP forums. It has NOTHING to do with the Sands of Time, as I think they've been done to death.
Anyway, here's my story:
--------------------------------- Prince of Persia: The Demon Blade ---------------------------------
The Prince and Princess Farah; now King and Queen of Persia have long since cleaned up the kingdom, and Babylon has never been richer. The King regularly goes adventuring, discovering new and more fantastic treasures for his city's ever growing wealth.
And then it stops all together. The kingdom goes dark and suddenly weary.
Queen Farah, has met her end; death to her fourth and final child, as she died shortly after giving birth to him.
The King finds this hard to accept, so do his two sons and his daughter, who immidiately cast out their new sibling: teasing and abusing him.
Still, the boy is strong, and his courage, strength and power quickly grow on him. But he can never get over what the boy had cost him.
At the age of eighteen, one would never suspect this of the new Prince of Persia, as he appears to have grown up well; polite, noble and a decent human being.
As he grows weary, the King goes on one final expedition, alone, and in secret. Weeks pass before he returns, and in those weeks, the eldest son, Sharaman, is given the throne until his father is found.
And upon the King's return, he has but one single artefact with him: a sword. Light and swift, truely more beautiful than anything in Persia, it glows red as he holds it, and shines out through golden rivets on the blade as he uses it.
The city rejoyces (?) upon seeing the King once more, and rejoyces more upon seeing that he appears to have become his old self once again.
But all is not as it would seem.
Far away in Athens, the Greek capital, and clearly among the most beautiful cities in existence, has forever envied the beauty of Babylon, and now a plan forms to take the title of the most beautiful city in all the known world.
Two nights before a plan is formed, and a week before it is carried out.
Under cover of darkness, and dressed as merchants, the greek warriors broke into Babylon, and quickly found a way into the Palace. They are quickly discovered, and a battle amasses in the royal chambers.
The young Prince joins in this battle [which would serve as a tutorial in game], eager to please his father. Upon discovering that they are after the sword, he runs upstairs to protect the artefact. But he is too late: the sword is gone.
The King, blind with rage, orders that his greatest force pursue the thieves. His two youngest sons and himself join the fleet.
They make it to Athens, and attack the city. The thieves were slow, however, and the battle was quickly won by the Persian side. But they did not stop there. Led by the King, Persia made sure that this would never happen again. The King broke into the palace, with his two sons at either side. Cornering the King, he sends his youngest son (The Prince of Persia) to kill The Prince of Greece. There is no hesitation. The King then warns the Greek king that if this happens again, he would personally kill every single man, woman and child in his family.
The Prince quickly realizes how out of character this sword made his father, and begins to question whether the swords powers are for good after all.
The Greek King, however, is not without cunning. He had already set a trap at the Persian shores, knowing that the King would come and reclaim the sword.
Upon returning to his kingdom, the King of Persia was ambushed by the Greek soldiers, and his entire fleet and family captured.
The youngest Prince was able to escape, put on a ship with most incompetant guards. Be broke out of the ship just as the fleet set sail.
A tail of soldiers made a clear path to Babylon, and the Prince killed his way along them as he returned to the city to deliver the news. His brother, the only remaining family member besides his sister began to amass a second army, larger but no stronger than the first. The Prince, reckless and impatient, set sail in secret, making for the city alone.
He drops anchor several miles outside, near one of the many neighboring towns that Athens has, and just out of sight of the Athenian citedal.
He eventually finds himself at a Prison, the exact one in which his brother is held captive. He breaks in, and sets him free. He also comes across a young woman, who, in spite of being quite sharp and angry, he feels she should be set free. He breaks her out, and sends both she and his brother back to Babylon. She, however, is persistent, and breaks out of the boat, and accompanies him to Athens.
The Prince enters Athens, and fights his way to the Palace, where he confronts the King, and orders that his father be set free. Unfortunately, he is captured and imprisoned, far away from his father. As for the mysterious woman...
He finds himself rescued, the guards killed, and his cell opened, with his weapons restored to him. The woman he rescued (oh...let's call her...Roxanna?) seems to have repaid the favor.
The two of them return to the Palace. Several days have passed, and by now, the city is ravaged by war, brought on by his Brothers' armies.
The Prince, hardened by the fighting, darkened by what he has been put through, makes one final stand at Athens' Palace, now weakened by the war.
Upon confronting the King, he sees his father one last time, before he is murdered by the very sword he first arrived at this city to take.
The Prince is angered beyond reckoning and attacks the king, who calls for reinforcements during the fight as he tends to his wounds. Yet, as the reinforcements thin out and eventually vanish all together, The Prince is left to carry out the final blow.
He slices off the King's hand. The Athenian King falls backward, half in pain, half in fear, and falls to the ground. The Prince takes up his father's sword, and powered by his rage, it shines redder than ever, and gleams with more gold than he had ever seen. He decapitates the dying King, and runs to his father's body.
Roxanna catches up to him and appears to be comforting him. Yet, as she does so, she makes to steal his blade. He tries to push her away, but she persists. Pulling a dagger, she runs at him. Doing the only thing he can, he brings up his sword and takes her down.
And, with this act, he unleashed a curse upon himself, greater than any other.You'll get a PS3 for this game...
Don't Piss Her Off...
Sounds interesting. I was wondering if there could be a possible threat from a different country. Greece would be appropiate, or maybe Rome.
How do you expect the time-rewind feature to make it on the game? The Sands of Time explained this pefectly; [spoiler:3c2ecfe24c]but since it's gone, you would have to come up with something else.[/spoiler:3c2ecfe24c] This feature was one of the reasons why this series had so much success.
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Sony has responded to NPD hardware figures for January 2009, affirming the company’s belief that the PlayStation 3’s “blockbuster” software line up will continue to drive momentum throughout the remainder of the year.
PS3 sold through 203,200 units last month compared to the same period last year, where the platform managed to shift 269,000. In comparison, the machine’s rivals all experienced a year-on-year increase in sales.
Despite this, Sony remains optimistic of the year ahead, with senior vice president of marketing for SCEA, Peter Dille, commenting:
"The PlayStation brand experienced a record year in sales in 2008 and we have every reason to believe our blockbuster line-up combined with PS3's position as the best Blu-ray player and most sophisticated entertainment device out there, will continue to fuel increased marketshare and momentum into 2009."
"We've truly upped the ante this year with an unmatched software line-up ahead, kickstarting with the much anticipated and platform-moving title Killzone 2 later this month. We're the only company to offer three viable platforms today and will continue to deliver a seamless and comprehensive entertainment experience to our customers for many years to come."
Source: http://www.videogamer.com/news/16-02-2009-10653.html*Kiss My X Box Flavoured Ass*
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