Prince of Persia: Warrior Within

Prince of Persia Warrior Within PPSSPP is a popular PlayStation PSP Video Game and you can play this game on android using emulator best settings.

Prince of Persia: Warrior Within is an action-adventure video game and sequel to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Warrior Within was developed and published by Ubisoft, and released on December 2, 2004 for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Microsoft Windows. It picks up where The Sands of Time left off, adding new features, specifically, options in combat. The Prince now has the ability to wield two weapons at a time as well as the ability to steal his enemies’ weapons and throw them. The Prince’s repertoire of combat moves has been expanded into varying strings that allow players to attack enemies with more complexity than was possible in the previous game.

Warrior Within has a darker tone than its predecessor adding in the ability for the Prince to dispatch his enemies with various gory finishing moves. In addition to the rewind, slow-down, and speed-up powers from Sands of Time, the Prince also has a new sand power: a circular “wave” of sand that knocks down all surrounding enemies as well as damaging them. The dark tone, a vastly increased level of blood and violence as well as sexualized female NPCs earned the game an M ESRB rating, which contrasts the previous game’s Teen rating.


File Name: Prince of Persia: Warrior WithinFile Version: v[EU].iso

How to Download?

Click the download button below, in some case, there is more than one file to be downloaded, usually, it’s the APK file and the Data files. In order for the game to be working flawlessly, you need to download both of them. Click the download button and then you’ll be redirected to the download server (sometimes we stored our files in Google Drive).


1.Download PPSSPP_Gold APK (if u dont have this yet) and ISO zipped file
2.Extract the Zip file
3.Install PPSSPP Emulator in your android file by clicking on the APK file.
4.Now, open PPSSPP Emulator and load the Prince of Persia: Warrior Within [EU].iso for PSP ROM.
5. Wait for some time until it loads the game.
6. Once the game is installed, follow the on-screen instruction, select your player and enjoy! ?

We saw the release of the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, which the developers launched in the previous year with a delightful experience. The game, “Prince of Persia: Warrior With” has some of the most detailed and visually colorful levels. You have a variety of complex environmental puzzles, and you will watch some of the most impressive acrobatics from the Prince of Persia.

Welcome Improvements Since the Last Installment

The biggest complaint players had was with the past game having a repetitive and short length combat system, but that has been addressed in Prince of Persia: Warrior Within. While the new combat feels satisfying in the long campaign, the developers improved since the game from the previous year. The game has now brought in a more dark tone compared to the Sands of Time. Unfortunately, it falls flat compared to what it could have done. The storybook tone from the last game has been crowded out, and some technical issues for both the PS2 and the Xbox somewhat marred the playing experience.

The Story Continued

Since the previous game, we have seen the story of this title pick up right where last year’s left off. To catch you up to date, the prince released the Sands of Time, and he learns a time monster known as the menacing Dahaka has come to devour him and everything within its path. Whatever enters becomes like a black hole. For the prince to escape such a fate, he must take a trip to the past where he will have to take down the Empress of Time. This will prevent the future creation of these sands. Anyone who loved “Back to the Future” enough to suspend their disbelief should have no trouble with this game.

Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

If you had to look at the similarities between “A Link to the Past” and the “Warrior Within,” you’d see how like in Zelda, you’re often exploring the same areas, but you see them from two separate time periods. Throughout the fortress, special rooms have been scattered to give you the power to migrate from one world into the next. The parts of the castle change from the past to the present. For example, you see a clockwork tower in the past with some fragile machinery and gigantic gears. In the past, it looked pristine, but once you bring it to the current time, everything looks broken down. Tree branches, for example, poke through the walls, and the machinery has been strewn about the floor. Your path for navigating the rooms will change based on the period you have entered. It’s an interesting game with a fairly cool concept, and they pull it off well.


  • The world is gritty and more detailed than ever before!
  • Some elements have been borrowed from Zelda: A Link to the Past.
  • An improved and much better combat system than ever before!


  • Graphics look outdated compared to games of today.

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