Prince of Persia Warrior Within Free Download

Prince of Persia Warrior Within Free Download

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When Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was released last year, it was a
very pleasant surprise. The game was an action adventure offering in
the truest sense of the term, featuring beautifully detailed levels,
environmental puzzles, and, of course, the acrobatic Prince of Persia
himself. It was an amazingly faithful modernization of a beloved
classic. With the newest iteration in the series, Warrior Within,
developer Ubisoft Montreal appears to have addressed the biggest
complaints about its forebear, which specifically involved its
repetitive combat and short length. Yet while Warrior Within's new
combat and satisfyingly long campaign improve on last year's game, the
now darker tone falls somewhat flat compared to the storybook atmosphere
in The Sands of Time. In addition, technical issues on the Xbox and PS2
platforms also mar the experience a bit. However, make no mistake:
Warrior Within is a still a very worthy sequel.
Warrior Within continues the prince's story from last year's game, so,
because the prince has unleashed the mystical Sands of Time, he finds
himself pursued relentlessly by a menacing time monster called the
Dahaka. The Dahaka is a beast that devours everything in its path like a
walking black hole, so to escape it for good, the prince decides he
must travel to the past to kill the Empress of Time to prevent the
creation of the sands entirely. Sound like a conundrum? Well, if you can
accept Back to the Future, you shouldn't have any trouble
suspending your disbelief for the plot in Warrior Within...although the
game is probably meant to be taken more seriously than the Michael J.
Fox film. The prince's journey takes him to a ruined fortress on the
Island of Time, where you'll find yourself fighting inside the castle,
in mysterious caves, and in the outdoor gardens, where some of the
game's most attractive level architecture can be found.

Warrior Within borrows a page from the Legend of Zelda: A Link to the
Past in that you'll be exploring in the same areas in two different time
periods. Special rooms scattered throughout the fortress let you to
shift back and forth between the past and the present, and areas of the
castle will change accordingly depending on the time period. So, for
example, the clockwork tower that had delicate machinery and giant
working gears in the past looks run-down and broken in the present day,
with tree branches poking through walls and ruined pieces of machinery
scattered on the floor. Of course, the path you take to navigate each
room also changes depending on the time period you're in.

The new time travel mechanic serves to lengthen the game, but it also
adds an element of backtracking that wasn't present in The Sands of
Time. This isn't to say that Warrior Within involves as much open-ended
wandering as, for example, a Metroid game. For the most part, the game
still plays in a very linear way, but in some of the later levels (which
feel like they were a bit rushed), it isn't always made clear which
direction you should be going in. An in-game map always shows your
current location, as well as the time period you should be in, but the
lack of detail in the map makes it impossible for you to know exactly how
you need to get to your next stop. This can sometimes lead to a bit of
frustration as you fumble about, but, for the most part, it isn't a long as you're paying attention to the clues the game gives
you. The good news is that even discounting the time lost from deaths
and wandering aimlessly, Warrior Within is a much longer game than The
Sands of Time. In fact, it should take the average player around 15 to
20 hours to complete. While the middle of the game feels like it drags a
bit, an interesting twist toward the end has a drastic effect on
gameplay. This same twist also freshens things up for the home stretch,
which ultimately delivers you to the final, rather difficult, boss

Like last year's game, the prince has the ability to rewind time for a
few seconds to correct mistakes. This is a clever game conceit that lets
you make up a missed jump or a combat blunder without wasting time to
reload the game. There are also other time-related abilities, such as
speed, which come in handy for both combat and getting through traps.
There are additional spell-like abilities that can knock back and damage
multiple enemies that surround the prince. All these are limited by
sand slots, which can be recharged by defeating enemies in combat or by
breaking open jars and other items strewn about various rooms.

Prince of Persia Warrior Within Free Download

Prince of Persia Warrior Within Free Download

Prince of Persia Warrior Within Free Download

Minimum System Requirements

Supported OS: Windows® 2000/XP (only)
Processor: 1 GHz Pentium® III, AMD Athlon™, or equivalent
Memory: 256 MB (512 MB recommended)
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 3 or higher, ATI Radeon 7500 or higher, Intel 915G (NVIDIA GeForce 4 or ATI Radeon 9500, or higher recommended)*
Sound: DirectX 9.0-compliant sound card
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
Hard Disk Space: 1.5 GB available space for minimum installation, 2.2 GB available space for full installation
Supported peripherals: Windows-compatible mouse (required), Dual analog gamepad
*Note: For an up-to-date list of supported chipsets, video cards, and operating systems, please visit the FAQ for this game at:

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