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Prince of Persia

Warrior Within

Main Hall
A Tale like No Other
Within the Warrior
Of Myths and Legends
Passed Prophecies
The Courtyard
The Menagerie
A Soldier's Mess Hall
The [Other] Baths
The Harem
The Hall of Learning
The Observatory
The Hourglass Room


After his adventure with the Sands of Time in the 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' game, the Prince finds that a mysterious force is hunting him.

The Griffin
The Griffin

Blade Dancers
Blade Dancer: Hi-yah!

Prince: [sings] Oooooh, oooh, everybody was kung-fu fighting,

Those kicks were fast as lightning.

In fact, it was a little bit frightening...

An old man tells the Prince, "Your Fate has been written. You will die."

The Prince was supposed to die while in the palace at Azad, but because he had partial temporal control (due to the Dagger of Time), he was able to escape his preordained death. But now, Fate is catching up with him...

The Crow Master
Crow Master: Go-go Gadget Crow!

To elude the Dahaka that is hunting him, the Prince voyages to many areas, advancing his acrobatic and fighting abilities along the way. His travels lead him to a mysterious underworld at an island ruled by the Empress of Time. It seems that the Empress is responsible for dispatching the Dahaka to ensure the Prince's death. While there, the Prince meets many interesting new characters, including a lovely handmaiden of the Empress, Kaileena, who has a secret to reveal...

The Brute
Brute: Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell a Persian Prince the size of my thumb!

The 'Prince of Persia: Warrior Within' game will enable the Prince to use an assortment of weapons and battle with a diverse range of enemies. The game itself retains its predecessor's rich and realistic graphics as well as Arabian-inspired rock music. It will also feature the time-manipulating capabilities from the 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,' game, but in addition, the Prince will be able to travel centuries into the past to affect the present. Among advancements in the Prince's fighting and acrobatic skills, the game will have the Free-Form Fighting System, which allows players to craft their individual combat style so that no two players will fight alike.








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