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A couple weeks ago, Ubisoft released a refreshed version of the old-school classic Prince of Persia. Since then, we've spent some time checking out this upgraded title and have a few words to share. Much like the Beach Buggy Blitz review, this one will be handled in the video format.

Without further ado, here's a look at Prince of Persia.

There are both free and paid variants of PoP in the Play Store - hit the respective widget below to give it a shot.

Cameron Summerson contributed the text portion of this review.

  • GigiAUT

    Don't hold me to it, but from what I managed to work out between the Free-To-Play and Paid versions, you might actually spend more unlocking things in the "Free" version as you would pay for the complete full version. There might be a few more extra features you can buy in the Free version, but I think for those wanting to just play the game in normal mode without any extra sweetener, the Paid version is the way to go. That's the way I went.

    • jusatin

      that's almost always the case, "free" versions end up making more profit and p2p. That's why f2p games are so popular on PC as well.

  • Barton82

    I played the original game almost 20 years ago, there was a 60 minute time limit, there was no map and it wasn't that difficult to complete the game. And since you can't kill him I just pushed the skeleton off the ledge.

  • tjennhw

    I might be the only one, but I think that review was really annoying.

  • Tyson Young

    So is this the original Prince or is the prince of persia 2? The videos I have seen show the original PoP but
    Barton82 is talking about the scene with the skeleton in PoP 2... anyone know or is it the two games put together?

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