That is one ugly djinn.
I'm somewhat concerned about the Prince of Persia franchise. Sands of Time is a legendary game, and the series began a precipitous fall in the titles that followed it. The last iteration, an attempted reboot, took the story in a new direction but many lamented gameplay changes -- myself included.
But does the solution to the problem really lie in going back to the same thing which had been going to hell in the first place? That just seems like a bad idea. Grateful to have time-altering sand back in my pants but, jeez, the tale was stretched thin enough already.
Speaking to IGN, Ubisoft Montreal CEO Yannis Mallat explains why there hasn't been too much in the way of Prince of Persia lately. "Brand management is a tricky thing. It needs people's attention a lot. I think it is fair to ...more
Get a good look at this supposed leaked screenshot of a Prince of Persia reboot, first posted on the Prince of Persia forums. The folks at NeoGAF point out that the screen is labeled "POP_ZERO_2," and Joystiq reminds that a f...more
Steam is back with another one of its deliciously evil Publisher-themed, week-long sales. This time, it's Ubisoft, and throughout the week, the company's titles will be offered at 33% off -- except for Assassin's Creed: Broth...more