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Apr 10,  · Prince of Persia Rival Swords Review Aside from being a great portable translation of Two Thrones, Rival Swords packs several worthwhile . Apr 12,  · Prince of Persia: Rival Swords is not only based on an all-around better console effort, The Two Thrones, but the port to PSP arrives with genuine exclusive content and a 7/ Description. Have fun playing the amazing Prince of Persia – Rival Swords (v) game for PlayStation Portable. This is the USA version of the game and can be played using any of the PSP emulators available on our website. Download the Prince of Persia – Rival Swords (v) ROM now and enjoy playing this game on your computer or phone.

 

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Apr 12,  · Prince of Persia: Rival Swords is not only based on an all-around better console effort, The Two Thrones, but the port to PSP arrives with genuine exclusive content and a 7/ Apr 10,  · Prince of Persia Rival Swords Review Aside from being a great portable translation of Two Thrones, Rival Swords packs several worthwhile . Apr 03,  · In Prince of Persia: Rival Swords, the Prince makes his way home to Babylon. With him, he bears Kaileena, the enigmatic Empress of Time, and unspeakable scars from the Island of Time. Instead of the peace he longs for, he finds his kingdom ravaged by war and Kaileena /5(23).
 
 
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Have you played Prince of Persia: Rival Swords? Prince of Persia: Rival Swords. Prince of Persia: Rival Swords Review. By Matt Casamassina Updated: 15 May am.

Ubisoft’s Babylonian hero has graced Sony’s handheld before, but his PSP debut was less than memorable. Prince of Persia: Revelations was just a port of the console title Warrior Within and its only exclusives were a sluggish framerate and some annoying sound bugs. Thankfully, Ubisoft has put more effort into the official sequel.

Prince of Persia: Rival Swords is not only based on an all-around better console effort, The Two Thrones, but the port to PSP arrives with genuine exclusive content and a decent multiplayer mode. Some unfortunate technical issues not to mention inherent problems with translating a game designed for consoles to a handheld remain, but Rival Swords is mostly a welcome addition to the PSP library and a title worth investigating.

Rival Swords follows the same story that powered The Two Thrones. You take the role of the Prince as he’s thrust into a somewhat convoluted storyline that’s easier to follow if you’ve played the first two games, but by no means out of reach if you haven’t. The Prince is returning to Babylon and to glory as the title begins, but his hopes of peace and prosperity are soon dashed.

As he sails ever closer to his city, he discovers that it lies in ruins. Even before he can gather himself, his ship is attacked and his passenger, the beautiful Kaileena, kidnapped. You will eventually learn that Prince has unwittingly reversed the fates of the first two games and in doing so returned his arch-enemy, the Vizier, to the realm of the living. The storyline unfolds cinematically in real-time thanks to a solid 3D engine that draws atmospheric worlds and characters, not to mention voice actors who deliver their lines with convincing dramatic tone and flair.

Rival Swords carries over what has become a franchise trademark, which is the telling of the story through Prince’s inner-monologue even as you jump across chasms and duel against enemies.

We prefer this approach because it’s not intrusive — you begin to understand more about the character and the tale even as you progress through the quest at your own pace. YES NO. Was this article informative? In This Article. Summary: Rival Swords builds on the successful console game Prince of Persia The Two Thrones, and features original content such as additional levels and new multiplayer modes.

Franchises: Prince of Persia. Genres: Action. Platforms: PlayStation Portable. Developers: Ubisoft Montreal, Pipeworks Software.

Publishers: Ubisoft. Release Date: May 4, IGN Logo Recommends. Nov 16, –