"This is huge. As a post-holiday thank-you to gamers for their continued support, we are giving away Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, last year's Game of the Year, with Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, which could very well be this year's Game of the Year," said Tony Kee, vice president of marketing for Ubisoft. "Millions of gamers can't be wrong, so for those who still don't own these award-winning titles, this is a can't miss offer. Ubisoft is committed to building our brands for the future, and we want both of these award-winning games in as many gamers' hands as possible."
About Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Amidst the scorched sands of medieval Persia, there is a legend spun in an ancient tongue. It speaks of a time borne by blood and ruled by deceit. It is within this war torn land that a young Prince discovers a magic dagger. Drawn to its dark powers, he is led to unleash a deadly evil upon the reaches of his father's vast kingdom. Aided by the wiles of a seductive princess and the absolute powers of the Sands of Time, the Prince stages a harrowing quest to reclaim the Palace's cursed chambers, and restore peace to the very fabric of Time itself. He must tread these dangers carefully, however. Because in this world, there is only one rule: master the Sands, or be buried. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time carries a "T" (Teen) rating from the ESRB and has a suggested retail price of $49.99.
About Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
You are Sam Fisher. A lone shadow-operative in a world where lost seconds can allow terrorist plans to become deadly reality. You operate in the heart of hostile territory. Spy. Steal. Destroy. Assassinate. Just don't ever be seen. Because when the stakes are this high, the choice between leaving a witness or a corpse is no choice at all. When two CIA agents mysteriously vanish in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the NSA's secret sub agency, Third Echelon, deploys Sam Fisher-its most capable splinter cell operative-to recover them. Fisher soon uncovers a deeper conspiracy: a plot that threatens to destabilize the world order and spark nuclear conflict. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell carries a "T" (Teen) rating from the ESRB.