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There are interviews with Prince of Persia producer Ben Mattes on both Joystiq and PlayStation Universe, discussing the return of the acrobatic regent. The conversations discuss other games, and interestingly, Guitar Hero comes up more than once in the Joystiq Q&A: "In many ways, we actually consider Prince of Persia to be a rhythm game in its platforming sequence, because when it works well, you get into the same sort of Zen-like state when you're platforming that you have in Guitar Hero. The world just shuts down and it just washes over you; you're completely lost in the experience. You're not picking out things like, "I have to press 'A' to do this," or "I have to press 'B' to do that" – just like you're not thinking, "I have to use this finger to hit the green key." Anyone who's played Guitar Hero for a couple of weeks ... they're not even thinking anymore about what their fingers are doing."
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