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Nintendo fans who missed 2005's Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones on GameCube now have another chance to experience the critically acclaimed saga's third chapter on the Wii. As in the GameCube title, players will control both a good and evil Prince, each possessing distinct combat moves, personalities, and backgrounds. The exotic setting for this installment is Babylon, where players will test their character's agility and fighting prowess by leaping across rooftops, battling in palaces, weaving though bustling streets, and exploring underground passages.
The controls have been redesigned specifically for the platform's motion-sensing capabilities, with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk used in sweeping motions, thrusts, and flicks to initiate various combat functions. As in its predecessors, the game combines platform jumping, fast-paced, freeform combat, and story-driven puzzles in a cinematic adventure filled with plot twists and intrigue. The ability to manipulate time is once again an integral part of the gameplay, allowing players to slow down or even rewind events to defeat enemies and to complete objectives. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide