(GBC / Game Boy Color)

Prince of Persia (GBC / Game Boy Color)

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The classic Prince of Persia is now available on Virtual Console!

Relive this classic platform game that is often heralded as a pioneer of the platform genre. This re-release is faithful to the original game, complete with the dashing acrobatics of the Prince that made the original famous.

Traverse sprawling levels, dodge deadly traps like spikes and guillotines, clash swords with palace guards - all before facing the evil Grand Vizier and rescuing the princess. But be quick: you only have one hour! The sands of time are flowing...

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Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Lowly servant of Persia

There's no question the original Prince of Persia is a classic game, with its iconic realistic movements, precision platforming and time limit. It's been ported to many, many platforms over the years, but does this handheld version hold up as well as...

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User Comments (7)



grumblegrumble said:

Seems fun! Never played the GBC version just the arcade one, but I can't wait to play this Hope it comes to the states this week!



milkman12 said:

those graphics look like crap! i think i'd much rather prefer the SNES version.



AricHennings said:

GBC wasn't known for it's great graphics... It sold millions of units for its portability, long battery life, and large amount of games... Something Sega and Atari couldn't match at that time

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