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Minibit

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are you a fan of PoP? What's your favourite game?

I'm about halfway through Sands of Time and loving it
 

Turtle of Doom

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I've played through two of them, and greatly enjoyed both. :D
 

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Prince of Persia: Warrior Within :3.
 
I've played through all 3 of the SoT trilogy games, Two Thrones is definitely my favorite; it improved upon everything Warrior Within did badly and kept everything it did well. Especially when it came to the atmosphere.
 

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- Fantasy: Strong leaning to less magical worlds.
- Sci-fi: Double points for a particularly original plot!

And, uh, that's it I think. However, I'm up for almost anything! 'Cept for what I mention below of course.
I played all the ones available on the PS2 way-back-when. They sort of all blended together so I can't really give a favorite, but I do recall enjoying them.
 

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Two Thrones. It's one of my favorites.
 
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GhostJoker

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I played the original Sands Of Time for PS2. I remember liking that game. Especially with the rewind and fast forward option. It was unique.
 
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IcySky

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I've played most of them including the Nintendo DS version which is different and worth a play through. I want to say it was called sands of destruction, but I could be thinking of another game. Otherwise sands of time on the PS3 I really enjoyed a lot and good replay
 
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HondoOokami

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Two Thrones was my favourite, I still really like Sands of Time, too. I have the HD trilogy on PS3 now to replace the Gamecube trilogy I had.

Warrior Within was a game I really liked back in the day, but now I am tired of it. It's the combat heaviness I didn't like, I much prefer the stealth elements of TT.

I'm also a fan of the cell-shaded Prince of Persia that was released on PS3/Xbox360, even though most people didn't like it.
 
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