The first years of the new millennium brought us the seventh generation of video game consoles, and with that came a whole new family of attractive men and women. With new evolutions, this decade introduced the start of increasingly realistic-looking characters.
The Prince of Persia movie, which was great by virtue of not sucking, could have been a little better had the production team stuck to the original script handed in by the game's original creator, Jordan Mechner.
Disney's Prince of Persia movie may have had a slow start in the US, but it's proving a much bigger hit overseas, with the film's combined international box office takings now approaching the $300 million mark.
Intimidated by a $300 Prince of Persia statue? Try a $250 Prince of Persia action figure instead. This one even looks like Jake Gyllenhaal!
Sideshow has gone mad for Prince of Persia, revealing a statue based on the movie that's not $100. Not $200. It's $300 worth of plastic Chesty Jake.
Prince of Persia had a big budget and some big names behind it, but all the sand (and marketing) in the world couldn't ensure its opening weekend was the biggest in American video game movie history.
To coincide with the film's release, LEGO has let loose this short animated film, recreating the basic plot of the movie with minifigs. It's narrated by star Jake Gylenhaal.
2003's Sands of Time holds a special place in Prince of Persia fan's hearts, its cheery tone and beautiful colours a pleasant break from the series' usual browns and greys. Six years later, Ubisoft has gone and messed with this.
Prince of Persia. Prince of Persia has a new game coming out. New movie, too. It's set in Persia, Persia has sand. All of which explains this giant Prince of Persia sand castle!
She's played a Bond girl and a nymph who beguiled the gods, but someone out there thinks British actress Gemma Arterton might not be sexy enough for her role as the renamed Farah in next month's Prince of Persia movie.
We knew that LEGO was getting its own take on Prince of Persia, but seeing the images is nothing compared to watching those mini-figs come to life in a commercial.
Some games are meant to be watched by your friends or loved ones while you play. Others, even good games, fail to entertain onlookers.
We've seen the figures for LEGO's Prince of Persia range before, but not the actual playsets. So let's look at those playsets. And yes, there are ostriches.
Tired of short, theatrical trailers for the new Prince of Persia movie?? This new Sands of Time featurette on IGN has plenty of new footage. Including Chesty Jake. And ostrich racing.
As you'd expect, upcoming Hollywood film Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time - based loosely on the game of the same name - will have merchandising tie-ins. Like action figures. These are those action figures.