Prince of Persia Revelations is an action-adventure video game and the sequel to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Warrior Within was developed and published by Ubisoft.
Anyone who has always been a massive fan of the PoP series bought all of them, including the originals. Most Prince of Persia games has excellent stories to tell. This is no exception. The tale of the Sands of Time Trilogy is in-depth. And, Ubisoft did a fantastic job with this re-make of Warrior Within. Although the Prince made a turn for the darker side, he shows his true motives throughout this game as he tries to change his fate on the Island of Time. He spends most of the game finding the Empress and trying to stop her from making the sands that cause all of this to happen, but he also has to run from the Dahaka, a fierce beast that is solely out to hunt him down and kill him. The story in this game and trilogy is perfect.
The game offers many chances to replay it as you can change the game mode to easy or hard and everywhere in-between. Plus, you can re-start it to find missing secrets that you might not have seen, like unlocked artwork and videos along with the interior of the city. Being a remake, the game has to have a high-replayability rating since that’s all that you’re doing.
It’s also not hard to get around and such with the Prince, and fighting is pretty easy to master too. The only thing that gets annoying on the PSP format is how the analog stick is used. It makes it hard to run straight up a wall instead of running along with it and falling to your death. Don’t get me wrong, though. Moving is practically effortless in this game. It just becomes a hassle when you’re trying to make things more precise as you maneuver along walls and pillars and the such.