Prince of Persia is back, and despite some controversial choices in terms of accessibility it's an excellent new episode. Everyone but the most hardcore gamers who are looking for a "smash your gamepad on the nearest wall" frustratingly hard game should take a good hard look at this game. The hours I've spent in this enchanting game with some not so one dimensional characters are some of the most memorable in the last few years. The Ubisoft Montreal team in charge of this game did an admirable job creating a compelling and believable world to play in, and when the technical side is just as good I can but recommend to go ahead and give this game more than a try!
I doubt I'll try to 100% Zelda, but I can already tell that it's a very big game. (6 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: One for my desk and one for my livingroom. It would also be convenient to have a portable dongle. Part of the beauty of the device is portability. (7 minutes ago)
Doing it that way before going to Ganon should take you in the region of about 100 hours, minimum. I only just finished the game 3 days ago. Nearly 8 weeks of hammering the game. (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX:Zelda will keep you occupied for a brave while. If, you're like myself, you'll want to take in everything Hyrule has to offer by exploring everything (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX: Why a second dock? :) (4 Hours ago)
but it's already being put through its paces in multiple modes. I would have bought a second dock immediately if they weren't so expensive. (5 Hours ago)
I do have some minor gripes about the inventory system, but other than that it's stellar so far. The platform is great too. Zelda doesn't push the full flexibility of the system on its own (5 Hours ago)