A last engaging adventure, but too easy for me
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones follows the third game of the PoP series, which I have to say, disappointed me from the difficulty point of view. The game takes you to a wonderful, detailed and engaging adventure, but the challenge wasn't so huge. The enemies are very easy to kill, and this truly ruined the fun. I thought that the series will end in a memorable way, proving that it deserves to be quoted many years from now. But while playing Prince of Persia 3, I realized that I lost faith in the real talent that provides difficult (not frustrating, but in an attractive manner!) games. The previous titles, (which "The Two Thrones" resembles in terms of combats and puzzles) , really took the best of this whole story full of intrigue, dangers, beauty. This part starts from the moment the prince has escaped Dahaka. When he arrives in Babylon, he discovers a destroyed home, and as this tragedy wasn't enough, his love, Kaileena is murdered. Her death releases the Sands of Time, and also, an alter ego of the hero: the Dark Prince. You will witness various special moves and acrobatic gestures performed by your character. In order to avoid obstacles, the prince will have the ability to control the time. The combat innovation stays in the concept named "Speed Kill", which enables an extremely efficient use of the setting and stealth, in order to kill the enemies in an instant before they notice you. I will stop here because I don't want to spoil the surprises, and yes, you will have a lot of them. However, my single complain still remains the low level of difficulty. Enjoy!