Is Prince of Persia a real story?

Is Prince of Persia a real story?

Nope. Jordan Mechner, the inventor, may have drawn inspiration from several princes/kings. But he also made up most of it.

He did base his game on some true events though. The original Prince of Persia was actually inspired by an incident where a prince named Hoshea killed a powerful king named Gedaliah while trying to save his people from being destroyed by another king named Nebuchadnezzar. Then later on, he almost died when he was trapped under a pile of stones during an attack on his castle but was saved at the last minute by a young girl named Princess Tamara who loved him too much to see him die. After this incident, he decided to leave his kingdom and travel the world in order to learn new skills and meet new people.

During his travels, he ended up in Iran where he met a shah named Cyrus who was about to lead his people into a new era. He wanted to know what kind of person this prince was so he invited him to stay with him. When Hoshea refused, Cyrus made him one of its own people, giving him new powers in order to serve as its protector. This is how the prince became a warrior known as "The Prince of Persia".

Who made Prince of Persia?

Jordan Mechner (Jordan Mechner): Jordan Mechner is a Canadian video game artist and programmer. His career has focused on creating graphics, animation, and audio for various platforms, including the PlayStation, Nintendo DS, Wii, and Xbox.

He is best known as the creator of the Prince of Persia series. The first game in the series, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, was released in March 2010. It received critical acclaim and many awards, including GameSpot's award for Best Action-Adventure Game. A sequel, Prince of Persia: Warrior to Ruler, was released in November 2011. A third game in the series, Prince of Persia: Legacy of the Sands, is scheduled to be released on December 5, 2013.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time was developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft. It was released on March 10, 2010 for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux. The Wii version was released two months later on May 9, 2010. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions were announced at E3 2009 and were released on June 7, 2010 and July 9, 2010 respectively. A mobile phone version called Prince of Persia: The Shadowy Pit was also released in 2010.

Why is the Prince of Persia famous?

Prince of Persia, a Jordan Mechner-designed side-scroller that was popular for its fluid animation and realistic representation of human movement, was one of the era's most memorable titles. Since then, Prince of Persia has proven to be a tenacious franchise, producing at least nine sequels and remakes. It's also one of only two video game series to have been nominated for an Academy Award (the other being Doom).

In addition to the main series, there are various other media based on the Prince of Persia franchise, including comic books, novels, and movies. The first three games in the series were best-sellers, with more than 5 million copies sold worldwide. At E3 2013, Ubisoft announced that a new installment in the franchise will arrive in 2015.

Here are some facts about the Prince of Persia:

He's called the "Prince of Persians" because he's a prince among gamers.

The original Prince of Persia debuted in 1996. Since then, it's become one of the best-selling video games of all time, with over 7 million copies sold worldwide. It's also one of the only video game franchises to have been nominated for an Academy Award. In 2001, GameSpot awarded the title of "Best Adventure Game" to the first game in the series.

What is the historical significance of the prince?

The relevance of The Prince is obvious because it is the product of a man who has lived through the realities of leadership. As a result, his message was based on real-world experiences rather than ideas and assumptions, and he called for the compromise of some beliefs in order to attain success.

Machiavelli was born into an old Florentine family that had fallen on hard times. He was forced to work as a secretary and tax collector in order to pay off his father's debts. Machiavelli used this experience as the basis for many of his theories about leadership. Although he was educated at the University of Florence, he was also exposed to the corrupt practices of its faculty because they needed men like him to write their reports and documents instead of hiring assistants. Because of this dual influence, Machiavelli came to believe that power was the only true virtue and that leaders should use any means necessary to achieve their goals.

After several years working with various governments, he finally was given a post as a secretary to the governor of Milan. Here he wrote The Prince discussing how to become or remain in power. The book was not published until 1513, three years after Machiavelli's death. It was then that Luca Pacioli brought out a new edition with an introduction by Piero Soderini, former mayor of Florence.

Does Ubisoft own Prince of Persia?

Jordan Mechner invented the "Prince of Persia" video game franchise. Since its purchase by Ubisoft, the series has been relaunched twice, and it has been adapted into a film, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, authored in part by Mechner and published by Walt Disney Pictures in 2010. It is directed by Tim Miller and features Jake Gyllenhaal in the lead role.

The first game in the series was released in 1996 for various platforms including Microsoft Windows. It was followed by a sequel, Prince of Persia: Warrior's Blade, which was released the same year for Windows. In 1998, a third game, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, was released for Windows. Another sequel, titled Prince of Persia: A Persian Tale, was released in 1999. This game introduces the character of Princess Tamina who becomes the love interest of the main character, the prince, several years after the events of The Sands of Time. A fourth game, titled The Three Trials, was released in 2001 for Windows. It contains all three trials that the prince must pass to be granted his kingdom back by the king. The fifth game in the series, Prince of Persia: The Journey, was released in 2008 for Windows and PlayStation 3. It is an action-adventure game that can be played using either a keyboard or a controller.

What happened to the Prince of Persia?

Former Ubisoft animator Jonathan Cooper used the video's recent discovery to prove its legitimacy. Unfortunately, Ubisoft is often quicker to cancel Prince of Persia projects than other IPs since, AFAIK, original developer Jordan Mechner still maintains license rights, resulting in smaller profit margins. When asked if there were any plans to revive the franchise, an Ubisoft spokesperson replied: "No comment."

In 2008, another former member of UbiArt's animation department discovered the first episode of the game online. Unlike today where most people have access to digital cameras, cyber bloggers of that era had ways to share photos on the web. This employee went by the username "SuperNova" and managed to upload some of his work from the project. He also included a link leading to another page with more episodes.

Unfortunately, this was all the information he provided, so it's hard to say for sure if/when these episodes will be released or not. But given how rare they are, we can assume they're worth something to someone.

After losing the Prince of Persia license to play in 2000, Ubisoft created a new team called The Enchanter. They developed a new game called The Three Crowns which wasn't released until 2006.

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