Here’s a mouthful: the price of Prince of Persia’s “Epilogue” downloadable content is to be lowered at some point this afternoon. According to CVG, Microsoft has pegged the piece of DLC as its latest Deal of the Week promotion. As such, the introductory 800 Microsoft Banana Dollar price will be cut to 560 MSP. Not bad a bad tag, if the price kept you from seeing the (true?) conclusion of the game.
The DLC offers a bit more than a continuation of the narrative. It adds a new power called Energize, introduces a new region, a new attack, and even a few more skins for the ever-helpful Elika and the Prince. Lasting a few hours, “Epilogue” is also harder than the core game -- a direct result, perhaps, of the message board moans and groans about the game.
So, cheaper is better, right? How many of you are jumping on this (provided Microsoft cuts the price)?
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