New, Proper Prince Of Persia Screens

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Finally, some decent screens for Ubisoft's Prince of Persia reboot (which, sadly, is not called Heir Apparent). Those with a disdain for cel-shading might want to look away, because the game's bold new art style is on show here, and it's looking absolutely wonderful.

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To everyone who keeps complaining about the angsty tone WW took; play Two Thrones. For one thing, he's genuinely conflicted, not the generic raeg of WW. For two, no more Godsmack. For three; banter. He has banter again. For four; Farah. And banter with. For five, they kept the improved combat system. For six, sunlight. For seven, no more fratzing giant clock puzzles in giant fratzing clock towers to open a door to get to the Empress of Time who is obviously the hot lady standing right outside those doors. For eight; optional stealth. You can effectively skip most combat entirely if you're good. Just backstabbing, all day long.

@suppaman: Just to clarify; you think that no game after JGR, ever, should use cel-shading?