These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
The game provides examples of:
Demonic Spiders: The blue spear enemies that are immune to vault attacks (unless you vault off of a wall instead of them), and the sword enemies that are immune to vault attacks and have a sweeping attack that goes underneath the Prince's guard to damage him anyway.
Game Breaker: Except for the aforementioned enemies that are immune to it (knocking the Prince down when he attempt it,) vault attacks are very overpowered, often knocking down enemies in only two hits. And even with the two immune enemies, if you're next to a wall, you can pull it off anyway by rebounding off of the wall instead of the enemy. This will instantly knock them down, leaving them open for the finisher. The sequels nerfed it.
Alternate Character Interpretation: Given that King Sharaman apparently spends most of his time drinking, enjoying the company of his wives and studying religious scripture, how good of a King is he really? Considering that Nizam is implied to have always been the true power behind the throne, even though he's evil, how badly would he have ruled the Empire, when he's been basically doing that for decades?!
Complete Monster: Not only does Nizam have no regrets in murdering close family and hiring an entire group of Psychos For Hire, but he wants to rewind time so that an act he did as a kid (saving his brother from a lion) never happened and he would be the king from the beginning. He's willing to wipe the only kind action he's ever done from history. That's a whole new level of wrong.
Video Game Movies Suck: The general consensus is that Prince of Persia is the best video game film adaptation ever released by mainstream Hollywood. This is usually followed by the caveat that this is not exactly a high standard to meet.