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Prince of Persia Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description:An old hero brings along some new abilities - and his first-ever sidekick - as the Prince of Persia embarks on his first epic for PS3. For the first time in franchise history, you'll enter a completely open world. Battle against Ahriman as you move freely through the story, ridding the land of dark and restoring light. There's a new combat system and new acrobatic abilities that help you climb walls, swing from posts, and defy death even when you're not battling enemies. You're joined by Elika, an AI-controlled ally who's always at your side and ready to help with magic, acrobatics, and puzzle solving. 
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Prince of Persia Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Prince of Persia Hero Factor: The Prince

    Posted: November 25, 2008

    3,646 Views | 05:01 | 2 Comments

  • Prince of Persia "Elika"

    Posted: November 24, 2008

    3,794 Views | 01:36 | 3 Comments

  • Prince of Persia Dev Diary #4

    Posted: November 20, 2008

    1,638 Views | 04:54

  • Prince of Persia Story Trailer

    Posted: November 14, 2008

    6,886 Views | 05:26 | 2 Comments

  • All Access: Prince of Persia Part 3

    Posted: November 5, 2008

    4,186 Views | 02:25 | 12 Comments

 


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