The original Apple 2 source code for Prince of Persia (1989) has been found by Jordan Mechner's father during a spot of spring cleaning.
Ubisoft is porting the 2007 HD remake of the original Prince of Persia to iOS.
Uberproducer Jerry Bruckheimer has said the new Prince of Persia film is a hit with test audiences.
A new trailer for the Prince of Persia movie has appeared on YouTube.
It shows the eponymous hero, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, running, jumping and generally swishing his sword about. He's got an English accent, by the sounds of things.
Also featured are Gemma Arterton, who plays sidekick Tamina, and Ben Kingsley, who must be a baddie judging by that beard.
Prince of Persia Classic and Novastrike arrived on the PS3's PlayStation Store this week, while PSP owners were invited to buy previously UMD-only titles Puzzle Quest and Practical IQ and nostalgic owners of both systems can glory in memories of, er, Crash Bandicoot 3 Warped.
A remake of the original Prince of Persia game is set to appear on PlayStation Network.
Jake Gyllenhaal, him out of Donnie Darko and Brokeback Mountain, has signed up to don the big trousers for the Prince of Persia film.
Ubisoft has announced a new Prince of Persia game is on the way.
Prince of Persia Classic has launched on Xbox Live Arcade as promised. You can read a review of it elsewhere on the site today.
Chalk me up as one Xbox Live Arcade gamer that was quickly losing faith in the whole concept. Deluged with sub-par, decades-old arcade shovelware, it was getting difficult to greet any classic re-release with anything than the full 800 points' worth of contempt and despair. But perhaps things are changing. Prince of Persia Classic is a 51MB-sized slice of redemption - a comprehensive remake that honours Jordan Mechner's brilliant concept by injecting its timeless appeal into a modern-looking, highly entertaining game that's well worth its diminutive price tag.
Yes, it's had a graphical facelift, and yes, it looks and runs very nicely. But let's be honest - by all rights, visual splendour (or basic graphical competence at the very least) should be a given in the HD age of Xenos and RSX; it's in Gameloft's retooling of the gameplay where Prince of Persia Classic should be tested.
Central to this game's appeal has always been the Olympic-level athleticism of the main character and his ultra-smooth, realistic movement. With Prince of Persia Classic, the fundamental basics are unchanged in terms of the tile-based gameplay that dictates how far the Prince can jump, when he can grab on to ledges and how he'll fall to his doom. But the additions here make all the difference, with several new moves that genuinely look cool and make the action seem much faster and more fluid than the original game. Think of the rooftop chase in 007 reboot Casino Royale, based on the principles of free running, where every environmental challenge has a graceful, athletic solution. That's clearly where Gameloft wanted to take the main character, and it works a treat.
Ubisoft has confirmed to Eurogamer that Prince of Persia Classic will be next Wednesday's Live Arcade download.
Ubisoft has announced that it will release a remake of the original Prince of Persia on Xbox Live Arcade early this summer.