Last week, I offered up my thoughts on the Xbox 360 version of Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, and now I’m here to share my impressions of the Wii version. While there are a few similarities between the Wii version and the other console versions, Forgotten Sands Wii brings a host of unique features to the table in the form of special abilities, co-op and more. Here's one sequence that stood out during my brief time with the game:
"Speaking of smooth, the game’s engine runs at a slick 60 FPS, and this first level took full advantage of it as the surrounding environment cracked and crumbled all around the Prince. There was a great bit of destruction in one of the later levels where I had to actually run up the side of crumbling tower, jumping between the tower and a solid wall, in order to reach the topmost platform. Yeah. It was kind of rad."
Unless you feel like jeopardizing the space/time continuum, I suggest you check out my Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Wii hands-on preview this instant!