Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones Crack/Patch

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones The Prince of Persia, a seasoned warrior, returns from the Island of Time to Babylon with his love, Kaileena. Instead of the peace that he longs for, he finds his homeland ravaged by war and the kingdom turned against him. The Prince is rapidly captured and Kaileena has no choice but to sacrifice herself and unleash the Sands of Time in order to save him. Now cast out on the streets and hunted as a fugitive, the Prince soon discovers that past battles have given rise to a deadly Dark Prince, whose spirit gradually possesses him. Play and master two distinct characters: Wield the powers and weapons of two master warriors with different combat styles, attitudes, and histories. Choose your way to fight: Master the expanded Free-Form Fighting system to destroy enemies in your own style; strangle enemies from afar with the deadly Daggertail; or surprise them with full-speed one-shot kills using a brand new stealth art. The choice is yours. Battle freely through Babylon: Dominate enemies on the perilous rooftops, dodge through chaotic streets, and ambush pursuers in dark, underground passageways. Immerse yourself in a dramatic story: Experience unparalleled depth in storytelling as you fight your way through a twisting tale filled with adrenaline, tension and discovery. Manipulate time to surprise enemies: Execute powerful attacks against entire armies by slowing down or rewinding time, or surprise them by using some all-new Sands of Time powers. Experience a masterful blend of gameplay: True to the Prince of Persia; franchise, the game provides a variety of action combat, agility and story-driven puzzles - all masterfully blended together into a rich gaming experience. [Ubisoft]

Download Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
8.1
Downloads 3152
Genre Action Adventure, Fantasy, Linear
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft

Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones reviews ( 7 )

LA_DOTTORE, Aug 21, 2011

The final installment (story-wise) to the Sands of Time quadrilogy and this series ends with a bang! Set straight after Warrior Within's events the Prince returns with Kaileena to Babylon where he finds it under war by none other than the Vizier himself, come back to life because of the events at the Island of Time. The combat is typical of the previous game but made slightly better, adding combos and giving the ability to steal weapons and kill and enemy at the same time without looking up a secret guide on the Internet like on Prince of Persia: Warrior Within. Thing is though, they start moving away from combat in this game bringing in stealth kills called in this game Speed Kills. If the Prince is undetected and behind in enemy or in acrobatic placement he can do an animated Speed Kill which is quick, deadly and stylish through a series of left clicks when his weapons glow. Yes they're quick times but they're fun ones that are easy to do! The graphics are like Prince of Persia: Warrior Within's yet vastly better! The Prince also now has random encounters where he'll be transformed into his dark side, his evil side, his Dark Prince! He has a whole new combo system and looks completely different! The best part is when the Prince transforms back the Sand infection spreads up his arm more and more, each time he transforms! Like the other two games before this one has Life Upgrades but unlike Prince of Persia: Warrior Within are less hidden but still a challenge. Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones is a great game and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to feel the Prince's true acrobatic and fighting prowess and someone who wants to see the outcome of the Prince's story! Trust me, if you've played all the others before, the ending will make you cry! I did!

Basem101, Jun 27, 2013

ok POP the two thrones so far is my best one in the whole series the story as always is so good and we are introduced to a new prince with cool new moves and new abilities the gameplay in this game is just perfect if u like to go and fight everyone you can do it and if u like to go with stealth u can do and that's what made this the best one in the whole series with some new refreshing graphics this is simply a perfect game

AstiX, Aug 9, 2017

"Most people think time is like a river that flows swift and sure in one direction." By far the best and the most fun of the trilogy. There's never a dull moment. Chain slicing sand monsters and stabbing walls with the dagger to reach high places is oddly satisfying every time. Acrobatics are so smooth you feel freedom and get to feel cool as you reach unreachable high places. Also it's the first one in the series to add some real personality to the characters, making the story feel more real as you face the greatest antagonist yet - yourself. I loved the dynamic between The Prince and Farah, and even more so between the noble and serious Prince and the evil and wisecracking Dark Prince. Lots of changes in scenery and in the flow of the story and gameplay helped the game remain diverse and avoid becoming repetitive and monotonous. Unfortunately even this entry is still plagued by bad camera. In fact, it has the worst camera controls of the trilogy. Mouse movement is so stiff it takes forever to turn the camera, obviously because of the lack of proper mouse support. Kakolookyam!

JamesH., Dec 17, 2005

Overall an enjoyable game, although it is really a glorified console game. Graphics are a tad dated on the one hand, but on the other hand it makes for a game that can be ran well, unlike FEAR or Doom 3. The controls are difficult to get used to. I wished that the camera angle was fixed to following behind the character and free look was activated by a keyboard button. It is difficult get your bearings when facing off with multiple foes because of the always-on freelook, but the attack moves and combos are great, a lot of variety. The save system is the biggest flaw. You can only save every so often at certain points. There should be a quicksave feature, because some of the acrobatic/climbing/jumping maneuvers are difficult and have to be rehearsed until you get the hang of it, and if you fall to your death, you are sent back a bit, and have to repeat the same maneuvers which you had done previously. Fantastic music, I actually keep the volume for the in-game music turned up, unlie the irritating thmuping music in Half-Life 2. Nice cut scene graphics as well. The only bug I have encoutnered is that the mouse cursor in the in-game options menu occasonally freezes, requiring a restart.

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CynicMimic, Jan 17, 2018

This one combined the improved combat of Warrior Within with a lighter mood more reminiscent of Sands of Time. Sounds good as a description, but somehow I like less it than either of them. It doesn't come anywhere close to the atmosphere of SoT, and it feels much more "safe," sanitised, and focus-group-approved than either game. This was released around the time that quick time events were becoming a trend, so obviously they make an appearance. Simplistic stealth mechanics have been added, and you can kill enemies from behind by starting a long and drawn-out animation punctuated by pressing the attack button at the right moments. This gets very repetitive, particularly because there's only one animation for each enemy type, so you'll repeat each action dozens of times throughout the course of the game. Sections where you ride a chariot are a strange addition to the game too; enjoyable enough, and don't really feel out of place, but I have to ask myself "why did they focus on this?". Prince of Persia didn't need stealth, quicktime events, or chariot races. These things are just gimmicks, something to throw out before the next game is made, and don't really add anything of value. The environment seems much more artificial, closed off and unnatural, making little attempt to hide the fact that it's designed specifically for the Prince to navigate through. Obviously gameplay should come first, but in the other games I feel there was more effort put into making the worlds have a logical consistency, so immersion suffers here. Platforming itself makes the least sense of any PoP game, as you'll bounce off weird springboard things that have no reason to be there, and find the same metal grid object on every wall for you to stick your dagger into. It feels like a playground set out for you, rather than a living world that you're making your way through. As far as good changes go, the camera has been adjusted quite a lot, and it's much tighter and rarely causes problems anymore. Unfortunately widescreen support was an afterthought and the game isn't really designed around it, so the FOV is too close, the camera will snap back into position if you look up too far, and the composition in cutscenes is broken. I can't really fault the game *too much* for that though, it's from 2005, so just play in 4:3 if you can. Sections where you play as the Dark Prince are fun, and add some nice variety to the gameplay, but usually don't last nearly as long as they should. Farah is back in this one, but she's now a very generic icy action girl (with an American accent). Hm. Continuing their proud tradition of making terrible PC ports, Ubisoft broke the anti-aliasing this time, so when it's enabled it causes lighting issues. You'll get some other lighting problems (flickering, or sudden changes of brightness) even with AA disabled, and there's nothing you can do about that. These issues have always been there, and aren't due the age of the game. It will occasionally crash during loading screens too. The solid gameplay is there, for the most part, buried under gimmicks. But this one has very little else to charm you with. It feels shallow and disappointing.

Dalek, Aug 23, 2011

This game is the worst port of all time. I bought it on Steam, and guess what it says "Move Right Analog Stick" Like seriously were Ubisoft so lazy that they couldn't even be bothered to change the basic instructions? Also, get this, the camera moves really slow when you move it around, even at 100% mouse speed, it's still the same, and thats what really kills the game. The extremely sluggish camera speed. Resolutions aren't that good, doesn't go up to 1680x1050, it's a fairly old game but look at Half-Life 1, Valve makes it compatible with every resolution so why cant this game?Dont buy this for PC it's most probably a lot better on consoles.