Prince of Persia: Les Sables Oubliés est le prochain chapitre de la franchise prisée par les fans Les Sables du Temps. Tandis qu'il visite le royaume de son frère après ses aventures à Azad, le Prince découvre le palais royal assiégé par une armée destructrice.
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Prince of Persia: Les Sables Oubliés est le prochain chapitre de la franchise prisée par les fans Les Sables du Temps. Tandis qu'il visite le royaume de son frère après ses aventures à Azad, le Prince découvre le palais royal assiégé par une armée destructrice. Une fois la décision prise d'utiliser les anciens pouvoirs du Sable dans un pari désespéré de sauver le royaume d'une annihilation totale,
le Prince s'embarquera dans une aventure passionnante dans laquelle il apprendra à endosser le rôle d'un meneur et découvrira qu'un grand pouvoir implique souvent un lourd tribut. Le jeu contient:
  • Une jouabilité classique réinventée: Des combats gigantesques face à de multiples ennemis aux vertigineuses figures acrobatiques se déroulant dans des environnements impressionnants, le tout renforcé par la faculté du Prince à contrôler la nature et le temps,
    Prince of Persia: Les Sables Oubliés repoussera davantage les incroyables capacités du Prince jusqu'à un niveau jamais vu auparavant .
  • Une expérience unique: Prince of Persia: Les Sables Oubliés offrira aux joueurs un retour inoubliable dans la saga grâce aux technologies avancées offertes par le moteur Anvil, multiples fois récompensé.
    Avec une guerre ouverte aux portes du royaume, les capacités du Prince seront mises à l'épreuve comme jamais auparavant tout le long d'une aventure épique qui vous laissera bouche bée.
  • Maitrisez la nature: Doté de pouvoirs émanant de la nature et du temps, le Prince aura un contrôle sans pareil sur l'environnement et ses ennemis.
    Le Prince découvrira que les forces de la nature elle-même se révèlent être des alliés dévastateurs au coté de son pouvoir de remonter le temps.
  • Le retour de la franchise favorite des fans: Se déroulant entre Prince of Persia: Les Sables du Temps™ et Prince of Persia: L'âme du guerrier™,
    Prince of Persia: Les Sables Oubliés permettra aux fans de découvrir un nouveau chapitre de l'univers Prince of Persia et d'approfondir leur connaissances sur la série des Sables du Temps.

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Posté le : 19 décembre 2014
Highly underrated game. Its acrobatic platforming is smoother, better balanced and with a greater sense of flow and action than all of the previous games. It may not have the same charm and the rich story and character interactions of Sands of Time, but for my money its gameplay alone makes it one of the best of the franchise. I suspect the reason people were so critical of this game was simply because it was released as a tie-in to the disappointing movie.
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6 personne(s) sur 7 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 20 novembre 2014
The combat in this game is alright the hardest part of the game is how to get to next location .The game shoves a good amount of enemies at you and it feels right for a Prince of Persia game the Uplay system in this game is awesome just to get the assassin creed costume for the prince the story is good and I'm half way there and I hope the game has a strong ending .
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Posté le : 23 novembre 2014
Barely any story. Beautiful locations. Sometimes really tough jumping trick combo's. Also expect to die many times. The keyboard commands seem a bit buggy. This can lead you to going the wrong way when jumping and dying. The end game boss was very bad. One of the worst. Overall it's not as good as Sands of Time. Nothing can top that classic. Another bad thing is that it uses Uplay. If you do not mind this and find it on sale it's good enough.
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Posté le : 29 décembre 2014
This game is look like a reboot. If you play the old ones like warrior within or the two thrones, you will notice the differences.
The combat system now only allowed the prince to use one sword and kick. Not like the old one that can use two swords or swords with hammer like dual wielding, (duh). Just can attack the enemies, not grabbing and execute it like the old ones.
Also this game has upgrade system by killing the enemy, not like the old ones that we should explore to find it.

Anyway, this is a pretty solid game and actually kinda funny because sometimes the prince will talk to himself, wondering, that show another side of prince we know as a human.

When you get the new sword, a little bit funny thing is the sword will talk if you swing it

P.S. : get deluxe version, so you will get free sands of time to nostalgic the glorious old one series of Prince of Persia
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9.8 heures en tout
Posté le : 21 février
A great game that follows the styles of combat, obstacles and most things from the original trilogy of Prince Of Persia (The Sands of Time, Warrior Within and The Two Thrones).

Been a fan of this series for a huge long time, I used to think the game didn't have that kind of charm and fun in adventure and platforming like the original trilogy, after the spin-off game Prince Of Persia was released back in 2008. (which in my opinion was a good game that has nice story with good characters, though it was a strange spin-off) but I'm really glad I was so wrong

Obstacles and platforming:
- One of the two special charms of the whole series, hard to dispute this game can pull off without these beautifully made mechanism of traps, and the design of the way to guide the player through them.
- Some of the obstacles are back from the Original Trilogy (the Spikes, the straight-up high walls, the swinging axes, the running saw wheel..) and some even from the 2008 spin-off game (sliding slope..)
- Newer, bigger and much harder obstacles in the game (one of which is the multiple layers of water wall, which in my opinion is the hardest of all obstacles I have ever seen in the whole series, and also the swinging huge thorn tree log)
- The platforming has been upgraded to a higher new level, this means whoever still got the mind back when playing the original trilogy, now can rest assured that their style of platforming will be upgraded to a higher new level. Since it requires 1 or 2 more steps to pass the ostacles.
- The Saving Checkpoints were arranged nicely , typical of the whole series itself

Combat:
- No longer a young prince, this guy now can make a lot of nicer attacks, combos and smoother acrobatic movements. However, The Forgotten Sands does not have the old mechanism of using 2 swords + combos (which were in the original Trilogy) , or stealth kill (The Two Thrones)
- One thing has returned from The Sands of Time: You got a fight with a huge platoon of enemies by yourself! But that doesn't mean you can't take them all out.
- In fact, the enemies in this game are pretty not that hard to face, which doesn't seem to be much of a concentration in this game, since the design, scenery, platforming element and story of the game are the main focus.
- The new system of using 4 natural elements in this game are pretty nice to help you with all the combat, though after a while, you'll recognize that they are only useful in facing some types of enemies.
- A whole new system of upgrading (which was only from the spin-off game, not the original trilogy) will help you get so much better. And I agree with this decision of Ubisoft Montreal. No more running around trying to find the upgrades and water sink to recover the health (Warrior Within), you can get Health, Energy and XP from the enemies and vases (which is an old point of the original trilogy)

Design and graphic:
- The design of the obstacles, the platforming in The Forgotten Sands are smooth
- The color when using the elements are really nice, especially when you freeze the time flow of the water, each drop of the water wall is so clear to see and beautifully made.
- However,... once again, it seems the enemies are not really the main focus of the game, so they are quite not that well designed, but it doesn't matter, what matters is what they can do to you though.

I believe most people who used to play the original trilogy should check this game out and get immersed in the World of the Prince of Persia once more. Even if you haven't played the Trilogy, this game still won't make you feel disappoint at all. In fact, it may even bring you back to play the original trilogy itself!

Rating: 9/10 by me. -0.5 because the Djin temple quite lacked the design and change in the 2 pictures (you'll see, they should have recorded the moments of the game) , -0.5 because the challenge mode lacks too much effort invested by Ubisoft.

Have fun!

P.S: Ezio is also spotted in the game, though in different shape. But who knows, maybe someday AC and POP can be brought together.
- Of course, since it was released back in 2010, try to buy the game when it's on sale.
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4 personne(s) sur 6 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 20 décembre 2014
tip: use a controller
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the worst entry in the POP franchise, but still a decent game
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TOO FREAKING SHORT, took me less than 7 hours to finish...
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well maybe back in 2010 it was long enough plus I only paid 5.99 dollars for this. lol.
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7.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 1 mai
This is another installment of the Sands of Time series of the Prince of Persia. While is not the best in the series, proves to add some improvements to the whole gameplay; a new and somehow fresh story about the Prince of Persia (kinda short if you ask me) has the typical elements of the series, such as: the puzzle rooms, sword fights and some confusing "extra" powers. One of the big differences compared to the other games is definitely the combat as this time you fight hordes of enemies which will grant you experience to unlock more skills and/or powers. At first can be fun to fight a lot of enemies, but after a while it is somehow repetitive as there are too many enemy variations.

Graphics and the environments are okay and probably way better compared to the other games. Music is okay too. Probably where the game shines is in their puzzles and room exploration as you progress you will get a power which will change the room exploration greatly (you will know while going through the story, but don't want to spoil it for you).

Compared to the other games this game has a challenge mode, which is pretty much survive 7 waves of enemies to get more experience and unlock the Prince's skills in story mode. Not really difficult to beat, specially if you have the sword and life upgrades already.

I'd recommend this game only if you played the previous games in the series and you are curious about this game, otherwise you will feel the game is really short and doesn't have too much content, for the same reason pick it up when is on sale.
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9 personne(s) sur 9 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
10.1 heures en tout
Posté le : 5 avril 2014
La guerre aux portes d'un palais. Des centaines d'innocents transformés par le sable. Le chaos et, au milieu, un jeune prince acrobate enfermé dans une immense bâtisse orientale truffée de pièges mortels activés pour la protéger d'une armée surnaturelle. Le pouvoir (salvateur) de contrôler le temps. Ca ne vous rappelle rien ? C'est normal, Forgotten Sands n'est pas qu'un retour aux sources mais aussi la suite directe de Sands of Time. Ce nouvel épisode très sage mais pas fainéant vient se greffer entre les deux premiers épisodes de la trilogie 128 bits. Ubisoft n'est clairement pas décidé à nous livrer un grand Prince of Persia avec ces Sables Oubliés mais juste une petite promenade au coeur de ce qui faisait le charme des Sables du Temps. Une rallonge. Un peu de rab'. Pas un plat principal mais une gentille garniture.

L'ambiance visuelle et sonore, travaillée, tape exactement là où on l'attendait. On prend plaisir à se faire bercer par les formes arrondies de l'Orient et charmer par des musiques de film d'aventure. Les phases de plates-formes, classiques même si enrichies par de nouveaux pouvoirs assez sympas, se laissent découvrir le long d'un level design inspiré mais malheureusement aussi linéaire que celui des Deux Royaumes. On regrettera l'architecture torturée qui faisait le (seul) charme de Warrior Within. On traverse ainsi Forgotten Sands d'une traite, comme un film d'aventure sympathique et un hommage tranquille aux beautés du premier épisode de la désormais tétralogie. Il règne un esprit bon enfant qui nous rappelle à quel point le prince pouvait paraître amical avant sa crise d'adolescence, ses cheveux gras, sa voix rauque risiblement forcée et son death metal à tout va. En cela les Sables Oubliés me semble être un successeur bien plus légitime aux Sables du Temps que L'âme du Guerrier et les Deux Royaumes.

Il compte pourtant bien des faiblesses. Sa durée de vie déjà, à qui il manque trois à quatre heures pour atteindre le plus court de ses prédécesseurs (et ainsi gagner en épaisseur), nous laisse entendre qu'il s'agit mieux d'un jeu psn/xbla de luxe que d'un AAA gorgé d'ambitions. Un petit cadeau, une friandise lancée aux fans et aux gourmands mais pas plus. Les combats quant à eux, qui n'étaient déjà pas le point fort de la saga, ont viré au beat them all malheureux façon mauvais Koei : le Prince s'y retrouve entouré de dizaines de mobs qui n'attendent que d'êtres exécutés à la Dynasty Warriors, la folie des attaques Musou en moins. Pas désagréable mais clairement pas excitant pour autant. La seule vraie valeur ajoutée de ces affrontements réside dans un petit système d'XP et de compétences à débloquer. On préfèrera clairement la puissance nostalgique de cet épisode, son atmosphère et ses plates-formes à ses phases de combat.

Toujours est-il qu'aussi léger soit-il je ne comprends vraiment pas pourquoi cet opus a eu si mauvaise presse ; classique et pépère mais vraiment plaisant à parcourir, il incarne tout ce que j'ai désespérément cherché dans les deux suites légitimes des Sables du Temps sans jamais (ou trop rarement) le trouver. Sûrement a-t-il été la victime d'un calendrier qui en a fait le souffre-douleur des procès d'intention habituels lancés à l'encontre des adaptations de films - même s'il n'en est pas une. Un épisode sans génie qui ne tutoie pas les hauteurs de son maître mais reste très agréable à parcourir pour ceux à qui le vieux Prince manquait. Une dernière promenade en sa compagnie qui ne se refuse pas.
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6 personne(s) sur 10 (60%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 30 décembre 2013
Plus vide que le vide vidé de son vide déjà entièrement vide de vide
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 16 juillet 2014
Dixit le prince: "On dirait que c'est de pire en pire."

Oui en effet !
On est loin du reboot de la série sur ps2.
Globalement, le jeu est mou, que ça soit le personnage : système de combat inexistants, quelques pouvoirs...( autant élaboré qu'un Dynasty Warriors.), on sent le poids du personnage, manque de grâce, de fluidité.
Les ennemis sont juste là pour faire gagner de l'xp( certains parfois reste au fond de la salle, passivement, du genre "mais qu'est ce que je fous là?"). Aucune difficulté donc.

A force de revoir le même scénario, ben il ne devient plus intéressant !

En somme, un jeu très peu insipiré(quelques idées de gameplay nouvelle, mais bon...)

Nez-en-moins, pour son prix, je ne le recommande pas mais je pense que ça reste un jeu moyen qui sera occuper quelques heures le plus grand nombre. Ennuyant mais pas lassant.
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Posté le : 16 juillet 2014
GanGiDoo APPROVED !!
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11.3 heures en tout
Posté le : 18 mai 2014
Forgotten Sands is one of the best games in the Prince of Persia series, very underrated. The acrobatic platforming is amazing, mixing up powers like freezing water, making parts of the ruins reappear and rewinding time, some sequences are hard and may require flawless timing. Sadly, the story is not the best with some average combat but I do recommend this game.
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9.2 heures en tout
Posté le : 30 décembre 2013
If you're a fan of the Sands of Time or Warrior Within then this game is a mustn't have!

The game takes you back seamlessly to the Princes brother's kingdom in Azad (Did you know he had a brother? I didn't know he had a brother!) where you go through the necessary tutorials to understand just how awful the controls in this game are. The basic controls are all there; jump, roll, strike, run up walls... block isn't one of them, because apparently it isn't useful when you're fighting several dozen enemies at once, with an arrogant sword combo so slow it gives you an extra half second every strike just to appreciate how much you hate the game. Oh and it's just the one weapon, no several weapons, no stealing them from monsters, or using them to throw at enemies, or infact throwing enemies at other enemies (Come on, we all did it), no instead the Prince relies on a much more effective stategy of kicking them. Yep kicking them, oh and apparently all that awesome jumpy acrobatic mid air strikes stuff just wasn't cool enough to continue. Then again this is probably for the best as Prince has difficulty moving correctly because the controls are so poorly calibrated (or at least different from the previous 3 games) made worse by the AWFUL automatic camera showing you various angles of walls and the Prince's ♥♥♥♥ instead of useful stuff like obsticles or enemies.

Merits: Good Story, good boss characters, some new obstacles
Pitfalls: Everything else.

I got this game on sale and I still feel ripped off. This is the kind of game that makes you want to slap the whole of Ubisoft in the face.
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Posté le : 18 octobre 2013
Very underrated game that was ignored by many due to DRM that has since been toned down. If you liked Sands of Time this is an extension of that, only with better combat, better PC controls and of course better visuals. The platforming and combat just feel smooth from start to finish, making it a joy to play and complete.
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9.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 16 octobre 2014
The polar opposite of Prince of Persia (2008), instead of fighting one enemy at a time, you fight hordes upon hordes of enemies, you have your time powers back, its not cel-shaded, and you don't have some lady sidekick following you around. ♥♥♥♥♥ please, I don't need some know it all wooshy woosh teleport-hovering chick saving my ♥♥♥ from parkour mistakes, I HAVE RECALL FOR THAT.

Apparently the Prince has been working on some new parkour techniques after SoT, but then forgot them in WW, (guess thats why its called Forgotten Sands) because in this game, you can infinitely wall jump, which now wall runs a bit, and then wall jump again, rinse and repeat, you get the point. Also, he must of got some beauty sleep cause he looks suave as ♥♥♥♥, and then in WW, he must of took an ugly dirt nap or something, cause in WW he looks worse than he did in SoT.

This game has a pretty cool new mechanic in which you can make water solid for a short period of time, such as waterfalls, and jets of water, to make walls to wallrun and jump across, and to make poles of solid water to swing on respectively.

And um... other things.... I assume theres other powers and whatnot, but honestly this is somehow the LEAST memorable PoP game. Probably because I only played through it once, then again I only played through PoP 2008 once, and I remember way more in that than I do this, mainly cause wooshy woosh cel-shaded environments, lack of time powers (yeah, it probably ♥♥♥♥♥♥ me off enough to make me remember it more), and overly dramatic one on one battles, and its wacko ending.

Also, theres a giant boss at the end where you're on a really sketchy platform in the sand, HAVE FUN! D:
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8.0 heures en tout
Posté le : 14 janvier 2014
It is a good game. The puzzle platforms are great, the cenarios are beatiful remembering the ones from The Two Thrones, the songs are forgetable, the story is ok and the battle system is lame, but at least there aren't many fights and they are over really quick. Let's talk about the powers. You can rewind time like on the other Prince of Persia games and now you can level up the prince and use four new spells. You can leave a trail of fire, create an impenetrable armor of sand, send forth shards of ice with each attack and release winds to push enemies back. Besides that there is a genie that will give you the hability to freeze water, materialize structures that were destroyed and jump long distances over an enemy target, which are all used for the puzzle platforms. There aren't many types of enemies and they are all super easy to kill, there is no challenge at all at killing things. There is no fancy move list, you start with the same lame slash attacks, a jump attack, a kick and with them you'll end the game. They send lots of enemies at once making it fell like you are stomping ants, but at least it is not as bad as the battle system from the PoP 2008 which also had an awful platform system. Summarizing, battle bad, but berable and platform good as it should be in a PoP game.
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Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
One of the most beautiful and spectacular games I've ever played. An interactive fairy tale, a challenge for your fingers, a treat for your eyes, and a few thoughts for your mind as well. If you're tired of ugly, mean, violent and criminal games - this one will feel like a vacation. Fights are fun, not too difficult, as it is not the most important part of the gameplay. The character movements are realistic, voice acting is very good, the story is solid. As a fan of the original Prince Of Persia game from 1990, I was impressed by how close the gameplay follows the original concept.
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Posté le : 18 mars 2014
The only Prince of Persia game I have played more than 5-7 times. I know it doesn't seem that way, but that's because I first owned it on XBOX 360 before selling it a long time ago and purchasing it on sale on here about a year later.

The Prince of Persia is back, and he's smoother than ever. With a new engine for the series, new visuals, new gameplay, you'll be hooked. I think besides having one of my favorite characters ever lead the way again, the other part that got me hooked was the upgrades and the upgrading system itself. I really like games that have this, even if it's minimal. I don't like being stuck with the same set of skills and powers for the entirety of a video game.

The Prince is sent to study alongside his brother, Malik, in order to become a great leader. On arrival, he notices his brother's kingdom under attack again, only this time it's much worse. He is forced to rely on a mythical army to stop the invaders of his kingdom. He releases the army, and not only are the invaders turned to sand, but so too are his soldiers. The only thing that's stopping The Prince & Malik from turning are the amulets they acquire from when Malik released the army. Find out more by playing this amazing game.

I really like the smoothness of everything, from the combat to the parkour we all know and love. The Prince is also able to upgrade powers he later acquire and uses, his health, energy, attack power, and more! If you're like me, and you want to stay protected during a fight, so you don't have to scavenge too much for health and energy, then upgrade the power that armors you.

I recommend playing this game with a controller. My logitech gamepad works great with this. I don't know about the xbox 360 wired controller.

The developers were able to combine SoT & WW into one fantastic game, and I couldn't have kinder words about it. I only wish there was some kind of epilogue DLC, where The Prince runs into something he has to deal with on the journey back home to his father. That would've made the game even more epic.

I look forward to more Prince of Persia games.

Overall: 10/10
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Posté le : 8 mars 2014
The only Prince of Persia game I have ever played (beside the classic side scrollers in the early '90s). From what I understand there is a trilogy of PoP games and Forgotten Sands is what one should call an interquel, an episode that portrays the events in between those that were explained in two other PoP games.

The story follows the prince who tries to help his brother, Malik. Malik was a bad boy and unleashed an army of sand creatures so it is now up to the prince to save the world from Solomon's Army. Story-wise, it offers nothing special, but I liked the struggle between the two brothers - there is a certain tension there that makes you want to proceed and find out how it'll end.

When this game came out, Ubisoft was in deep development of the 2nd or 3rd Assassins Creed game. You can only imagine how fluid the climbing in this game, right? Some of these climbing sequences are actually a bit over the top - the prince can later on solidify water to use them as columns or can rebuild the environment if it's in ruins (only for a short period of time, though). Some powers can be used against the enemies, as well, and while fighting you gain experience points and eventually, you level up. This is just a minor RPG component here as PoP is essentially an action-adventure game far from true RPGs.

Forgotten Sands has a very high production value that all Ubisoft games can be associated with. It's a relatively long adventure that all gamers should participate in. If you have never heard of the Prince of Persia franchise, you might pick this one up for starters.
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Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands™ is the 2nd Best Prince of Persia Game.

★ Good Graphics ★
★ Good Gameplay ★
★ Nice Story ★

Though Prince of Persia: Warrior Within™ is Better than this, Still This Game Is Good.

(7.3/10)
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