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The graphics are a mix of cell shading and cartoon graphics. The graphics were really cool looking although at some parts of the game felt to dark even with the brightness turned up. These graphics made the game feel like you were playing Disney's Aladdin and not Prince of Persia. 8/10The controls I have used them somewhere before....Oh ya in Assassins Creed or at least it feels very similar. At some points when you are playing the controls almost feel like they take over for you. It is almost like playing a whole game with the God of War or Resident Evil 4 fight scenes where you press the designated buttons to kill the bosses or run away from the boulders. 6/10The music and sound is what you would expect from a Prince of Persia game. Typical Arabian carpet riding music. 5/10The interface feels like it came straight from the SNES. There is nothing special about it and it feels very old school in a bad way. It was just way to basic for a next gen interface and mapping system. Is there such a thing as creativity anymore? 4/10Overall, I give the game a 5/10. The story is really good (although it is predictable). The execution completely killed this game. You fight the same 5 bosses over and over and over and over and over. Yes, 5 times each. It is ridiculous and tiresome. I should have popped in Friday the 13th for NES. The boss fight and story ending at the end of the game is excellent and really the only strong point of the game (Alika is pretty HOT though and reminds me of Megan Fox) . Besides that this game is an easy achievement game that you can finish in or around 6 hours. Don't buy this game and really don't rent it unless Friday the 13th for NES is rented out.
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