Monday, December 15th 2008

Point of View Announces Prince of Persia Graphics Card Bundle

Point of View today, has announced special graphics card game bundles with Ubisoft's fourth generation addition to the Prince of Persia franchise. The bundles start at the range of a GeForce 9500 GT based graphics card, and go high up the range of what Point of View has to offer. These special edition bundles can be identified with the box packaging with the new Prince of Persia theme. Inside the box would be the usual contents of a graphics card package, along with a copy of the full-version of the game.

Point of View in its press release includes a short description of the game, and on how its hardware is geared up for it. The game by Ubisoft is described by Point of View as "a magnificent game which looks like nothing you’ve ever seen before!", which is somewhat justified by the screenshots posted. With the incorporation of design elements such as Cel-Shading the characters are presented as something hand-drawn, as something straight out of an animation film. The Point of View bundles will be hitting stores soon. The company has a history of offering such themed graphics card bundles, with affiliations to titles such as Assassins Creed and Wall E. The full press release can be read here.
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6 Comments on Point of View Announces Prince of Persia Graphics Card Bundle

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
PoP looks really awesome. I hope ATI does something similar.
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wolf
Performance Enthusiast
if only it played as well on ATi cards, my mates 4870 OC gets 50% less frames per second than my GTX260 OC does. harsh.
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#3
PCpraiser100
Point of View has been a bit "bundly" in the head lately, I guess that's a good thing.
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#4
ktr
PoP is a very beautiful looking game, and the gameplay is not bad. But the controls suck on the PC. I really recommend the 360's game pad or something similar.
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Hayder_Master
by: wolf
if only it played as well on ATi cards, my mates 4870 OC gets 50% less frames per second than my GTX260 OC does. harsh.
you sure , how much FBS get on gtx260 and ati
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