Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Crack/Patch

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands is the next chapter in the Sands of Time universe. Visiting his brother's kingdom following his adventure in Azad, the Prince finds the royal palace under siege from a mighty army bent on its destruction. When the decision is made to use the ancient power of the Sand in a desperate gamble to save the kingdom from total annihilation, the Prince embarks on an epic adventure in which he learns to bear the mantle of true leadership, and discover that great power often comes with a great cost. [Ubisoft]

Download Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
6.8
Downloads 2979
Genre Action Adventure, Fantasy, General
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft Montreal

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands reviews ( 7 )

Rich246, Feb 14, 2011

From day 1, All the way back to its NES roots Prince of Persia has amazed people all over the world, the first of it's kind and the best too. The "Sands Of Time" Trilogy set the world on fire with it's unique game play and puzzles, it really made a milestone and kept it's throne "The Forgotten Sands" is part of the "Sands Of Time" Trilogy taking place between "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" and "Prince of Persia: Warrior Within"If you are into puzzles that make you think, and death defying jumps that make you doubt gravity exists, then any Prince Of Persia game is for you, Also if turning back time makes you happy... then also think about getting it.

DavidePs4, May 12, 2016

best games in the world and should be congratulated for making this beautiful and exciting game and hopefully be better next versions. Certainly, this game series Assassin's father.Wait for the next version of this match

Mahdiar, Dec 17, 2015

Gameplay : 9 Graphics : 8 Story : 8 Sound : 8 ********************************************************************************** Overall : 9

an0maly33, Aug 26, 2011

I haven't played many of the other 3D PoP games. I loved the very 1st one back in the day and my son plays the "HD" remake of it on the 360. From that perspective, this is a pretty fun game. Environments are nice, texturing is good, gameplay is solid. Maybe this game doesn't offer much over the other PoP/Assassin's Creed games, but that doesn't mean it's a bad game. I bought the PoP pack when Steam had it on sale a while back and I don't regret it one bit.

Lferrante, Dec 27, 2010

This game has presented some of the most uniquye obstacles I've ever seen. The level design is challenging, but I found myself going .."not this again.." many times. The last stage in the sky was amazing and the level where you scale the sides of the buildings made me sweat in anxiety. The combat system is easy to use but I found the monster difficulty almost too easy. You really only need a few points in your tech tree to win the game. Nothing new in terms of the boss monsters, there are really only 3 types of monsters. The acting was good particularly from the main character and the model animation was pretty well done. But I could care less for the Russian accent on the chick. Graphics are nice, but using the high quality texture option slowed my system down too much (C2D 8400 / 9600 GT). The game crashed consistently on one of the levels if I used the time function, don't remember which one. It also skipped the instructions when you learn air attack. I had no idea what to do until I googled around. It also skipped the part where Ratash escapes the first time so I don't know how I got away. There were many times when the game didn't know where I was jumping and made me use a time jewel. The controls are a bit laggy, but bearable. I would definitely play another version of this take on PoP, but give a little variety and options, not so much a linear boxed environment.

scorp18, Aug 2, 2015

I completed this game right after finishing the Sands of Time Trilogy. I have to admit it wasn't as good as I had expected it to be but still I enjoyed it while it lasted. First of all I found the graphics a bit weird. Although they are of high quality I didn't like how the Prince is made and in general they appeared a bit unnatural (as if everything was made by wax, that's how I can best describe it). The soundtrack is amazing. The gameplay is too linear. I mean, ok the whole Sands of Time trilogy has linear gameplay but in The Forgotten Sands even the camera shows you where to go, while in other POPs you have to search a bit at least. The fight system is too easy (even for a simple gamer like me) and the new point/experience system doesn't belong to a POP game in my opinion. The story is totally irrelevant with any other POP game (and has nothing in common with the Sands of Time trilogy except of the "sands" in the title) To sum it up, it's more like a Movie-Game which is fun to play for a while (doesn't last for long anyway) but can't be compared with any other POP game. I'd recommend it if you want to play all POPs but only if you can find it in a low price. (5-6 eu for example)

[Anonymous], Jun 11, 2010

Game freezes on startup. Google found dozens of different possible game fixes for dozens of different problems - many of them related to the game launcher which doubles as copy-protection. None of them worked for me. Ubisoft support is pretty bad. First they really do everything to stop you from contacting them - seems they already anticipated to be flooded with error reports - second they just don't show any competence at all (rather seems like non-native speakers are following on-screen instructions of their help-wizard...). But the worst thing is:: In order to be able to even write an error report, your account (containing your activated serialnumber of the game) does not suffice. You need to enter the Disk-Number and the Bar-Code Number of your DVD just to prove that they are wrong to openly considering you to be a pirate. Yeah, and don't forget: write your error report in note-pad and copy paste it in to the web-form. Login-time is so short, you'll be logged out again, before you've done writing. Of course everything you typed will be lost after you log in again.