PoP: The Forgotten Sands Taps Wii's "Full Graphical Capabilities"

Ubisoft has revealed new details about the Wii version of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, a game with its own storyline that promises a "smooth, clear and impressive graphical experience on Wii".

Shipping on May 18 along with its Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 cohorts, the Wii version of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands takes a decidedly different path from the other console versions. Instead of travelling to his brother's kingdom as he does in the 360 and PS3 games, in the Wii title the Prince of drawn to a mysterious realm where he must use his acrobatics to survive and his mastery over sand to reveal hidden pathways. As with the more powerful console versions, the Prince will also be dabbling with new nature-based magical powers.

According to the announcement press release, Ubisoft's Quebec City Studio is putting the Wii through a vigorous workout with The Forgotten Sands, pushing out visuals that could easily have been taken from a higher-end original Xbox title. It looks lovely, certainly, but I'm withholding judgment until I see the game in motion.


Comments

    NO PC Love for this game> shame, Ubisoft hae supported PC really well in the last few years, could be the beginging of the end of their support. More combat than the last? Can you actually die?

    and motion plus?

    This sounds promising. Sands of Time is still one of my favourite GameCube games.

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