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Point of View bundles Price of Persia with GeForce cards

Posted on Tuesday, December 16 2008 @ 02:20:03 CET by

Point of View announced a new GeForce 9 and GeForce 200 series Special Edition game bundle with the new Prince of Persia game.
Prince of Persia is one of the oldest and most well-known gaming franchises in PC history. Being found in 1989, the original game series was renewed by Ubisoft in 2003 with an all new concept and gameplay. The Sands of Time trilogy is still considered one of the best gaming franchises in modern gaming.

Now in 2008; from the game studio that brought us the Sands of Time trilogy and Assassin’s Creed, we welcome: Prince of Persia 2008. The story follows the prince in his journey after the ‘Sands of Time’.

Ubisoft Montreal has delivered a magnificent game which looks like nothing you’ve ever seen before! The developers chose to implement an ‘illustrative graphical style’ which uses elements from cel-shading technology and is a perfect example of digital craftsmanship.

This hand-drawn feeling really adds to the surrealism that is the world of Prince of Persia. With its seamless animations and beautiful and colorful designs, Prince of Persia can be considered an interactive motion picture. Get ready to dive into this ultimate fantasy world with the Special Edition Graphics Card bundle of Prince of Persia!



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