i only own prince of persia warrior within hd, and it looks sooo much better then it did on gamecube. --- Which one is hot? A)Baking Soda, B)Lava, or C)Sea Turtle? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iunm0CyVSf4
They've had their visuals nicely improved but all the glitches and flaws from previous releases remain. If you haven't played them originally, this is the version to get I'd say (that or the PC versions). --- PSN: Royta15 www.youtube.com/royta15
I got it but the only game in that collection that kept me interested was Sands of Time. You should just get SoT on Steam and save yourself some money. --- "You spoony bard!" -- Tellah (Final Fantasy IV)
I like it, there are a few minor issues people like to complain about, but they're really not that bad or often. --- PSN: dragonlibrarian plays; Awesomenauts, Skullgirls, Jojo's HD, SSFIITHDR, SFIII: OE, MVC2, AH3, KoF 94/95/96/XIII, VF5:FS, P4A, GGXXAC+HD, CS:GO, UTIII
This. The audio is wrong in every sense - too soft, plays at the wrong time, plays for the wrong amount of time....it basically ruins things. This is constant as well, not just an occasional or even a regular glitch - it's all the time.
You definitely shouldn't support this kind of lazy, careless attempt to cash in on the series. It's nothing more than that.
If you have never played the games contained within, you owe it to yourself to try them. The Forgotten Sands belongs in the same canon as well. You can probably find both together for $30-40 new and have the whole "Sands" series. While they are by no means excellent ports, they are still a blast to play and worthy of your time.
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