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New look, classic Prince
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown received an initially negative response when it was unveiled, predominantly for aesthetic reasons, and not being another 3D game, instead a 2D Metroidvania-style platformer. The
We thought Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown made a great first impression with its debut trailer, but it attracted a widely negative response from most. Well, however you feel about it, the game has just received a more in-depth look at actual gameplay, and if you ask us, it's looking very promising. Playing as Sargon
Any press is good press
After fans' surprisingly negative reception (we thought it looked cool) to the debut gameplay trailer of Ubisoft Montpellier's Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, the developer hit back with a surprisingly open-handed rejoinder: "We welcome all your reactions, positive and negative." This follows
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown looks awesome, doesn’t it? Announced alongside an 18th January release date for PS5 and PS4 during Summer Game Fest earlier this week, the title looks like a side-scrolling treat with a better-than-expected combat system. But apparently it’s not what some fans wanted: according to
A new side-scrolling adventure
Ubisoft might be taking the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake back to the drawing board, but it's just announced something new to tide over fans. Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is a brand new, original adventure in the beloved series, and it already looks promising in its debut trailer. Launching on 18th...
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