Gaming Steve

April 28, 2008

Ubisoft Announces a New Prince of Persia Game

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In an unprecedented move, Ubisoft has announced another sequel in the Prince of Persia series, currently titled ... Prince of Persia. The rebellious move is expected to net Ubisoft lots of money and huge profits.

In another move by maverick Ubisoft, the game will be launch for not one, not two, but four platforms: the Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and DS. Ubisoft believes the game will do what no game has done before and "rejuvenate the action-adventure genre." In perhaps their most unexpected move, the game will be on sale during the Holidays of 2008.

In all seriousness, a new Prince of Persia game isn't a bad thing. All three in the recent trilogy were fantastic games, despite some missteps in character and attitude. Ubisoft also announced that the game will have an "illustrative art style" that intrigues me. The upcoming movie also piques my interest: Bruckheimer may not be an artistic savant, be he made a theme park ride into a competent, enjoyable movie series, so Prince of Persia shouldn't be much trouble.

Posted by Clayton Ashley at 11:45 PM | Comments (4) | Posted to DS | PC | PlayStation 3 | Xbox |  Add this story to del.icio.us  Stumble It!  Submit this story to Digg!
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Sort of how every single Tomb Raider game was going to be revolutionary? All 1847196050 of them?

Posted by Sonny at April 29, 2008 9:51 AM

What movie series are you referring to with "he made a theme park ride into a competent, enjoyable movie series?"

Posted by 762 at April 30, 2008 2:08 PM

Pirates of the Carribean was based on a ride at Disneyland/world.

Posted by Clayton at April 30, 2008 2:21 PM

Love your irony in this article, made me laugh... :-D

Posted by Doubleclick at May 7, 2008 2:14 PM
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