Prince of Persia the forgotten sand
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The Prince is back, this time as a wisecracking American in the latest outing of Ubisoft's tale, that's about as Middle Eastern as mom's apple pie and Starbucks. With a renewed emphasis on exploration, stringing together moves as you scuttle across walls and ceilings in search of your next handhold proves so easy it's second nature. Princess Elika accompanies you - effectively rendering you death proof - catching you when you're about to fall and popping up to revive you if you get carved up by an enemy. While this and your ease of movement conspire to keep things flowing magnificently, when combined with a lack of nuance or particular difficulty about getting where you're going, over time it lets the game slide into an unrewarding repetitiveness. As an instantly gripping experience that avoids blockages, the Prince rocks, but his long game is very seriously questionable.
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