Allow me to finish my previous message, `cos there`s this school librarian who has wierd ideas about closing the place at a given time....
As I was saying, I like his adult self for several reasons:
a)the character design - mainly his face - the scars symbolizing the roughness of his life, the dark shade around his eyes - symbolizing the doom that is upon him and the eyes themselves, that radiant blue colour bringing much needed hope to his overall look, as if to say-"I`ve got enought fight left in me to succeed, although my life is dominated by death!"
b)the whole idea of the game - not accepting your fate, fighting it with all your might, which never fails to inspire.
c)the way he looks, of course...*wink* wink*
If there is one thing that I don`t like is the bloody aspect of the fights, I mean it`s supposed to be like that, but do we really need so much of it?
Adult self? are you refering to sands of time? I mean the princes character in Warrior within reminded me more of a teenager. Aside from the character the game went below that standards set in the first game. The controls were even more clunky that the first. I liked the addition to moves, but they all felt the same because there was no change in the fighting system, it was all one button moves, which was cool in the first because the brunt of the game was adventure, the focul point of WW was fighting.
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oh dont get me wrong.. the maturity gig was fine.. the cheap rock'n roll sucked hardcore, and those one-liners had to go though... I did like how they tried something new.. but they basically took a steamin shit on sands of time.. that game was so fluid , and then they have the nerve to ask for 50 dollars for an unfinished mess of controls?.. gimme a break.. you cant even perform a simple task like running across the room, without accidentally doing 2 wall kick-flips, and nose-dive into a spike pit... I learn controls pretty fast.. but warrior within was too much