Win Widescreen Tv, Xbox and Prince of Persia; Plus 4 More Xboxes & 14 More Games to Be Won

The People (London, England), November 14, 2004 | Go to article overview

Win Widescreen Tv, Xbox and Prince of Persia; Plus 4 More Xboxes & 14 More Games to Be Won


THE Prince of Persia is back in a dazzling new thrill-a-minute adventure - and we're offering you the chance to play it on your own Widescreen TV and Xbox.

That's the top prize inthis week's fantastic competition to celebrate the release of Prince of Persia: Warrior Within(r) for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube and PC. Our lucky winner will get a a Widescreen TV, an Xbox console and a copy of the brand new game. But that's not all.

We're also giving away an Xbox console and a copy of Prince of Persia: Warrior Within(r) to FOUR lucky second place runners-up.

AND we've still got more to give away... TEN more runners-up will win a copy of this brilliant new game each. What a sack-load of goodies! In Prince of Persia: Warrior Within(r), which is the sequel to last year's critically-acclaimed Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, the Prince must evade the immortal Dahaka who mercilessly pursues him in his journey to stop the Empress of Time fulfilling her evil plan.

Stunning graphics and sumptuous locations provide the perfect backdrop for the Prince's brand new free-form combat skills.

Plus you get the chance to handle more than 50 new weapons, and use amazing time-based powers to defeat the forces of evil in the dark underworld of Prince of Persia: Warrior Within(r). …

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