||The Legend of the
Prophet & the Assassin
||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail Box) (LEGENDPAPR)
Publisher: Arxel Tribe /
- Suggestive Themes / Violence
In a World Filled with Unrest,
Men are Born to a Great Destiny..
The Prophet to mold the beliefs of the
The Assassin to exact revenge for promises never
Thus begins a tale of epic grandeur across the steaming desert sands to the
cities of the east. From the challenges of the Man of the Mountain, into the
treacherous arms of the demons, and combating with mystical warriors, become
one with the hero on his quest for justice.
Encounter extraordinary puzzles and countless challenges in exotic locales.
Cunning, skill and a love of adventure are necessary to complete the saga of
this richly woven story, penned by Paul Coelho, to its sweeping conclusion.
- A fantastic tale retracing the epic story of a tormented hero in his quest
for the truth
- A thrilling adventure game featuring riddles, action sequences and tactical
- Amazingly realistic characters featuring cinema-quality animation
- Realistic full screen immersion and original orchestral score
Windows 95/98/Me/XP: Pentium 200 MMX, 32 MB RAM, 4X CD-ROM Drive, 2MB
VRAM, DirectX Compatible Video and Sound Card.
Reviews by Gordon Aplin
"Visually, The Legend of the Prophet and
the Assassin is spectacular. It is played from a first-person perspective
interspersed with some stunning third-person cut sequences. The music certainly
adds to the atmosphere and the voice of As-Sayf is provided by Geoffrey Bateman
whom many will remember from his role as the voice of Mephistopheles in Arxel
"The story is quite interesting as far as it goes but there isnt that
sense of resolution or completion so, to be fair, it really does need to be
labelled as part one of a two part series." - Note: See The Secrets of Alamut.
Adventure by Randy Sluganski
"The Legend of the Prophet and the Assassin was written by prominent author
Paulo Coelho and delves into issues of spirituality and ethics that are
practically unheard-of in the gaming community. For this reason alone LOPA
would come highly recommended, even though the limitations of twenty-first
century gaming attempt to bury the complexities of the thirteenth-century
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