Prince of Persia revolves around gameplay mechanics that producer Ben Mattes identifies as "pillars" of the Prince of Persia series; an acrobatic hero exploring a Persian environment with a balanced mixture of acrobatics, combat, and puzzle-solving. The premise of Prince of Persia is that the player travels around the game world to heal specially designated spots of land. The game only features a single player mode, and cannot be played by multiple people at once. The player assumes the role of the Prince character, and is accompanied by the AI-controlled companion named Elika. The player can use the Prince character's acrobatic prowess, sword, and gauntlet, as well as magic from Elika to perform combat and acrobatic feats variously throughout the game.
Prince of Persia features open-world exploration that allows the player to travel to any spot in the game world at any given point, and allows the player to witness the plot in any way they want. Depending on how the player progresses, previously visited areas will become more challenging to traverse when the play re-visits them. However, when the player heals a spot of land, it becomes void of traps. The traps are manifested in various forms of the antagonist Ahriman's Corruption; black-colored blobs that coat the land and swallow the player if touched. The player can use acrobatics maneuvers to avoid these traps.
The player has many acrobatics maneuvers at their disposal. Acrobatics are also used in combat to vault over enemies, or hit them into the air. Sometimes when performing these acrobatics, the player is aided by Elika. There are magical plates that allow the player to perform even more complicated acrobatic feats via Elika. If the player fails to signal Elika's magic, they fall off of the plate, sometimes to their death.
The player can not conventionally "die" in Prince of Persia. Rather, when an enemy is about the strike the finishing blow, or the player falls off of a cliff, Elika saves the player. There is not a limit on the number of times Elika can save a player. Along with saving the player, Elika can perform many acrobatic feats or combat feats in tandem with the player. The downloadable content Epilogue added a new magic plate that allows Elika to recreate destroyed objects. A new combat maneuver for the player was also added.
~ Creator is working to get the series back ~
It is very interesting to think that the first Assassin's Creed game was basically a Prince of Persia game, because it did not take long before the assassins took the prince of days. In 2013, Ubisoft was therefore fed up with the question of whether we would all see more of the prince, and then replied that the series had been paused. They nevertheless gave us a little hope by saying that more developers were still working on ideas for how to reboot more series we have not seen for a while.
Now they obviously get a little startup. When the model and television host Chrissy Teigen went to Twitter to say she missed the Prince of Persia series, wondering where it became of the black first developer studio Ubisoft Montreal that the series is still in hibernate mode. Then it did not take long before the series maker, Jordan Mechner, decided to give a slightly more interesting comment: "Chrissy, I know of a few other people who think the same. We do our best to make it happen!"
He did not want to say exactly what that means, but it may sound as if he at least has taken an effort to revive the series. Do you hope this game series will return?
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