Prince of Persia is a name well known to both modern and old school gamers, especially after it rose to prominence following the 2010 release of the feature film Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, based on the video game of the same name. The mostnsuccessful video game movie of that era, it earned over $336 million at the box office and held that record for six years.

As one of the most widely ported video game series of all time, there’s a pretty good chance that Old School Gamer readers have played at least one of the many Prince of Persia releases. The games of the series were ubiquitous, available almost everywhere throughout the 2000s. From Windows PCs to every generation of console and mobile platform released by Sony,Nintendo, and Microsoft, all had…

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Jarrod Kailef does too much stuff, including voice overs and narration, computer network engineering, running a radio station, writing music, playing percussion, retro computing software development, and teaching martial arts. On rare occasions he might even get a few hours of sleep! In between all this, he still manages to write for Old School Gamer.