Let's finish our nostalgic tour of the Prince of Persia trilogy with the last chapter, Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones HD. The developers obviously tried to come back to the roots of Sands of Time with this game, though the prince keeps a bit of his bad guy side with his demonic form. Released at the end of 2005, The Two Thrones may have suffered from the launch of the Xbox 360, which made a lot of players jump into the HD era. Therefore, it may be a good opportunity for you to discover it, starting with our indispensable first 10 minutes video.
@Melmoth: Exactly and that's my point :) I convinced myself to play it even though its first person - for a game to do that for me, it's BIG! (3 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: i used to read Edge reviews in the 90's and early 2000's because their opinions very often lined up with my own. Also, reading reviews is better than "reading" scores. (6 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: for me it's worked well to find a site, or even better, a reviewer you often seem to agree with or have the same taste in games, and you hare some reference point. (8 minutes ago)
Having played other recent horror games, they probably just decided/realized it was a superior camera for the genre. (8 minutes ago)
happy as hell because boy.....was 6 a mess. Even the good parts really weren't that good at all. Still though I am slightly sad about no third person. (10 minutes ago)
I'm sure if Resi 7 had been exactly like 6 nobody would be happy. It seems Capcom now looked at modern horror games and also brought back some Resi stuff. If I was a fan of this franchise I would be (11 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: Agree, nice atmosphere and graphics looks solid. So nice to see a RE that doesn't look like a shitty action B movie. (18 minutes ago)