Profile for J. Hull > Reviews

Personal Profile

Content by J. Hull
Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,963
Helpful Votes: 1421

Learn more about Your Profile.

Reviews Written by
J. Hull (Edinburgh, Scotland)
(REAL NAME)   

Show:  
Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
pixel
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
by Haruki Murakami
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.19

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, 16 July 2009
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
This book is often considered Murakami's masterpiece, and is even proclaimed by some as one of the most important novels to have come from comtemporary fiction, and it easy to see why it is held in such high regard. It haunts you from page one, and fails to relent even after the book has been finished. You follow the story of Toru Okada, a man who he consider's to be an everyday man, nothing special, ordinary looking, living ordinary days that, as you will find out, meld together to create patterns of dysfunction and alienation that even he does not initially know about. He has lost his job, and his cat has disappeard, which has unsettled his wife - who is slowly disappearing herself. In the search for his wife (and his Cat, of course) he is introduced to a bizarre assortment of characters who each have a story to tell, who may or may not be taking him for a ride, leading him in the right or wrong direction throughout.

These strange characters who include psychic sisters by the names of Malta and Creta, an unhinged teenager, a war veteran who witnessed much more than just the massacres of the Chinese mainland, and an obtrussive politicion, are just the beginning in this tale that, coupled with Murakami's surreal landscape and unrequited style of writing make for an incredible walk down a path of self-discovery and enlightenment that effects much more than Toru Okada himself. Much more that this overlay of plot though lies a sub plot regarding responsibility. The attrocities commited by the Japanese Army in China are constantly brought to the fore, with regard to them taking responsibility for their actions, and in a similar vein, Okada must take responsibility for his actions during his life and face the consequences of his mistakes in order to come to terms with himself.

Everyday normalities are twisted into an acceptable everyday occurance, and astoundingly you will find yourself accepting them without question. Certain aspects will be left clouded throughout without any answer given at all, and yet it all seems perfectly fine. This is an exceptional piece of work, that I can see being taught to students in years to come as a prime example of how fiction should be written. Set aside some time, and let yourself be lost in Murakami's world where the unexpected should be expected, and come out the other side a different person. This is modern day fiction at it's very best!
Comment Comments (2) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Jul 17, 2009 12:53 PM BST


Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - Game of the Year Edition (PC)
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - Game of the Year Edition (PC)
Offered by 4GamersUK
Price: £6.75

4.0 out of 5 stars Modern Warfare, 25 Jun. 2009
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
This is a really short game - albeit an excellent one. It's a breath of fresh air really after so many WW2 shooters - I'm pretty sure we know that story off by heart now. Being set in modern day, this is by far the most original Call of Duty game yet. The bayonets are gone, and the old scope sniper rifles are replaced with modern laser sights. The story is fictional - but very similar to recent wars - and it is extremely intense, from the word go.

You follow both "Soap" from the British SAS, and Jackson from the US Marines, playing the two simultaneously until the two combine towards the end of the game. The gameplay is excellent, and believe it or not, you don't need a rediculously powerful computer to play it. Running on a Core 2 Duo at 2.4 ghz, and a Geforce 9800Pro it runs perfectly smooth the whole way through. No slow down, and hardly any loading screens at all keeping the action as intense as possible. The cut scenes are brilliant, usually putting you into the first person perspective of one of the characters in the scenario which keeps you in the thick of things, and gives the game a lot of depth. The graphics are absolutely stunning - cinematic most of the time, and the physics are so good it makes it feel real.

Previous mistakes such as bullets being stopped by pieces of paper and cardboard boxes have been fixed, and you can now shoot through certain thin materials such as concrete and wood. The Enemy AI is excellent - sometimes too good, as Grenades are constantly being thrown at you with immense precision, which is actually quite annoying and a little unrealistic at times. It is easily remedied by either legging it ASAP or throwing the grenade back before it goes off - which is a nice addition.

As previously mentioned the single player campaign is WAY too short - it will leave you wanting more. At around 4-6 hours in Normal mode - it is just too short really, but thankfully the multiplayer aspect of the game is excellent. Plus, there's always the increasingly difficult modes which would make the game a lot longer, and the unlockable Arcade mode which means you can only die a certain number of times for an extra challenge. The "Game of the Year Edition" also comes with the Variety Map Pack as well as 4 new multiplayer maps so there's plenty of content when it's all added up in this package.

All in all, this is an excellent game - easily as good as the hype surrounding it, it's just a shame the single player campaign is so short. But don't let that put you off as this is a game that all action/FPS gamers need to play - and fast, as Modern Warfare 2 is approaching...

ADDITIONAL: There is no DRM restriction on the game - just the old fashioned install & play - woohoo!


Infinite Undiscovery Signature Series Strategy Guide (Brady Games)
Infinite Undiscovery Signature Series Strategy Guide (Brady Games)
by BradyGames
Edition: Paperback

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Infinite Undiscovery Signature Series Strategy Guide, 11 Jun. 2009
Having missed a lot of stuff during the first play through I thought it would be good to get a guide to play through it a second time to get all of the achievements and secret backstories. I could have used a free online guide, but I am a bit of a collector of nice books - and this is both an excellent guide AND a nice book. It has everything you want and it's beautifully laid out on high-quality paper in full colour. It is bound wonderfully so as to not fall apart and it's a real collector's item. The guide itself is brilliant, providing you with maps of each area on the same page as the written walkthrough and all of the boss battles are made easy with the tips provided here. There is a huge monster database and skill database at the back of the book with information on everything you want and it even has a double sided poster if you're into that sort of thing. All in all, a fantastic guide to go with a fantastic game. Well done, BradyGames!

ADDITIONAL: You can download a 15-page sample from the BradyGames website in PDF format if you have any doubts about the quality.


Star Ocean: The Last Hope Signature Series Guide
Star Ocean: The Last Hope Signature Series Guide
by BradyGames
Edition: Paperback

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Star Ocean: The Last Hope Signature Series Strategy Guide, 9 Jun. 2009
This is a very helpful guide to a huge game. The presentation here is beautifully done in full colour on high quality; heavy-weight paper and bound excellently so as to not fall apart (like Prima guides). There is a step-by-step walkthrough for the entire game with everything marked with mini maps of locations with all the chests, harvest points, enemy data, etc., on the same page making it easy to follow. Each of the secret affinity options are displayed as you follow the guide telling you which choice to make to get the ultimate end. There is also a huge enemy database at the back of the guide, as well skill and weapon databases with comprehensive information on everything in the game. All of the side quests are displayed during the main walkthrough making it easy to follow, without missing any of the achievements and hidden items. There is also a 2 sided large poster provided at the back of the guide to decorate your room (if you're into that kind of thing).

All in all, this is an excellent addition to the huge Star Ocean game - and a guide necessary to get everything from it. If you're in need of any other reason to push you to purchase this guide over using wiki pages, it would be its collector's value, and just check for yourself the value of some of BradyGames previous guides. This is definitely one of their best guides to date...

ADDITIONAL: If you would like to get a 15-page preview of this guide, you can download a PDF copy from the BradyGames website.
Comment Comment (1) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Mar 6, 2010 1:56 PM GMT


Star Ocean: The Last Hope (Xbox 360)
Star Ocean: The Last Hope (Xbox 360)
Offered by Tracymuk
Price: £22.95

21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Star Ocean: The Last Hope, 8 Jun. 2009
= Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
Star Ocean has always been a series overlooked by western gamers - particularly with standout titles such as Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest around and stealing the spotlight. However, Star Ocean has always managed to just about do enough to keep itself going with its particular audience. First off, this is a game developed by Tri-Ace (Infinite Undiscovery, Valkyrie Profile), and as most veteran RPG players know, they are a company swimming in Japanese tradition - whether it's the clichéd anime style characters, or the typical "end of the world" scenario as you play your way through a seemingly endless journey to save the world - or in this case, find a new world for humanity to start all over again. It's easy to point out from the outset that The Last Hope has been rather hyped up by publisher Square Enix - perhaps they really do see this as Star Ocean's LAST HOPE at hitting the nail on the head.

It is instantly obvious that the game has been given a rather robust budget, noting the beautiful FMV sequences and, for the most part, stunning in game visuals. The story takes place in the year SD 10 (Space Date), after World War 3 rendered Earth useless and unable to support human life to the full - and so humanity moves to the stars to start a new life. Unfortunately, this concept doesn't develop enough to keep the player engaged. You will find yourself moving from planet to planet for reasons clouded in mystery at times, which starts to grate with the games slow pace. The story doesn't seem to have enough depth (not even up to Infinite Undiscovery standard), and if it weren't for the lively, memorable cast of characters, this game would be a big nono for most RPG players. You play as Edge Maverick, a strong minded young individual who works alongside Childhood friend Reimi Saionji as a part of the Space Reconnaissance Force (SRF). It is your job as part of the SRF project to search habitable planets in the great star ocean to find a new home for humanity to start anew.

Although you play as Edge Maverick you will gain control of a number of characters who all have their own individual talents and skills, whether they're in the battle or outside on the field. Each character has both field skills and battle skills that can be used for battling and field searching for items on the different planets. For example, Reimi has the ability to harvest certain areas where she can find hidden items buried in the ground. The areas that you can harvest are highlighted by glowing hotspots on the field, and depending on how far you have developed her technique she can find special items that can be used to heal, combine with other items to make new items, or even combined to create OTHER weapons and armour using Edge's personal skill of Smithery. The same applies to each of the different characters as they can all combine each individual skill to create really impressive items that are of better quality and much cheaper than the stores riddles throughout the universe. This has been a welcome inclusion into the Star Ocean series since its original release, but they have done it to perfection this time around. Many of the items you will need to create can only be found on specific planets, so you will need to travel from planet to planet (when you gain control of your space ship) to create the next weapon, armour, spell, etc.

This brings us to battle skills. Battle skills can be purchased as scrolls from stores around the different planets, and can be read by certain characters throughout the game to teach them new skills for battle. These can include summons, such as the legendary Cerberus, to fire spells, wind spells, and even healing spells. Again, not all skills can be taught to the same characters, so each of the characters you encounter throughout the game will have their own unique skills and battle style.

The battle system is the real treat here. For the first time in a Japanese style RPG, players will ACTUALLY look forward to their next battle due to its incredible depth and tactical necessity. Each character has different styles of attack, such as ranged using a bow, to short using a sword, and you move freely around the battle field using the left analogue stick. You can switch players easily by using the left and right bumper, and the rest of the character will take control themselves as the battle takes place. Simply, you use the A button to use your standard attack and can press it timely to get a series of attacks to produce a combo. But where you really need to develop your skills is using the "blindside" technique and building up your bonus board. Blindsiding an enemy entails defending yourself using the B button until the enemy is just about to attack. If you time this right and quickly flick the left analogue stick you will move out of the way and quickly run behind the enemy to get a critical attack from behind. Doing this successfully is on of the most important parts of the game as it gives you added bonuses which are added to your bonus board. Different ways of killing add different tiles to your board. For example, killing an enemy with a critical attack using the blindside technique will give you a blue tile which gives you an extra 10% experience at the end of the battle. You gain different tiles depending on the different circumstances, from increasing money to Skill points, and it's a really fun and rewarding way to make battles seem much less arduous. Overall you can develop a huge number of these tiles and as you build them up you will be getting more than double the overall EXP at the end of battles (Or money, etc, depending on the tiles you gave garnered). If you can master the blindside technique and get the bonus board to it's full potential, there's no need to grind levels at all, as you will be gaining levels at an incredible pace.

Battles are NOT random, and enemies can be seen on the map. Coming into contact with them will get the battle started and you will be put onto a battle map. If you don't want to do any battling at that moment in time you can quickly run pass them using Edge's Sprint technique - which is nice because it means you won't have to get all wound up as you travel from place to place. The worlds are incredibly detailed, each with its own terrain and life support, and its own history. The depth may not be up to the historical standard of Mass Effect, but the game itself is a lot bigger - with overall gameplay time coming between 50-60 hours. There are numerous side quests, shop orders and deliveries that can be done on the side of your main journey to gain extra exp, money and Xbox achievements, and the hidden affinities between characters make up with LOTS of different endings. There are certain scenarios that you can find and make different decisions which affect the different relationships between characters which inevitably change the ending of the game quite drastically. This coupled with room placement, where you can put different people in different rooms together to get other hidden affinities you may just find certain love interests bloom and friendships developed further than they would otherwise. It all adds up to a lot of replay value on a game that is already of incredible value for money.

This is game which you will love if you already love Japanese style RPG's. The voice acting, on the whole is quite good - much better than Infinite Undiscovery, but still there is the odd character which makes you go "DOH!" and with no Japanese voice option available, some people may get a little frustrated, particularly if you prefer playing in it's native form. The graphics on the whole are excellent. The worlds are incredibly detailed, and the lighting and facial expressions are absolutely wonderful. But then, on occasions, particularly the parts in space, the graphics quality drops quite low, but this is too be expected coming from a game that is ram packed full of content spanning over 3 discs.

This game comes highly recommended for people who have a love for Japanese RPGs, but recommended as a "try it and see what you think first" for everyone else. If only the story had been deeper and more engaging, this could well have been an excellent game. That said, it's definitely not "bad", and people will get a lot of enjoyment out of it. It is a slow burner, but give it a chance and you may find yourself open to a hidden affinity with this game which you never thought possible...


The Day The Earth Stood Still [Blu-ray] [2008]
The Day The Earth Stood Still [Blu-ray] [2008]
Dvd ~ Keanu Reeves
Offered by Discs4all
Price: £5.49

7 of 12 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The Day the Earth Stood Still - Blu-ray, 9 May 2009
This film feels like another missed opportunity from Hollywood. Formula is the key word here, and they seem to keep releasing the same formula over and over and over and over and over... again. What starts out as an interesting concept quickly fizzles away into another American glory-boy ending - yes they survive again - they CAN change, surely?!

Comparisons to the 1951 original are inevitable, but make no impact here at all. The story follows astrobiologist Helen Benson, a woman who lives a normal life with her stepson, and teaches at Princeton University. When she is unceremoniously whisked away from her home in the middle of the night by government security she is introduced to a top-secret (but not for long) incoming doom. A giant orb appears in the middle of Central Park, and out comes an alien ambassador named Klaatu. He is captured by the Americans, but eventually breaks free and takes both Helen and her stepson with him as the fate of the planet (or at least America) gradually, but inevitably, comes clear.

The film is riddled with Clichés. From the trigger-happy over-zealous American army, inevitable success, "heart-wrenching" back stories to... well... the message at its heart (though I find it hard to believe that humanity could REALLY change that dramatically so quickly, and it seems a bold statement from one astrobiologist). However, the movie IS entertaining, at least until your greeted to the same ending seen in every other Hollywood disaster movie released in the past 5... 10... 15 years. The niggling feeling that "this film could have been awesome" is ever-present when the credits scroll up, and this is the feeling that REALLY stays with the viewer after it's finished. The performances from Jennifer Connelly and Keanu Reeves are perfectly good, and young Jaden Smith is beginning to shine as quite an extraordinary young talent. John Cleese makes a small, but welcome inclusion, and the special effects are really quite brilliant (obviously a high budget). The blu-ray edition looks amazing, with the entire film looking pristine the whole way through. Unfortunately with it being priced so highly, one would wonder whether one would feel robbed after the initial viewing.

Overall feelings of this movie are... rent it, don't buy it. Watch it once and never again... unless the overwhelming urge to rekindle the disappointment are in order. You have been warned...


The Day the Earth Stood Still [DVD] [2008]
The Day the Earth Stood Still [DVD] [2008]
Dvd ~ Keanu Reeves
Offered by WorldCinema
Price: £2.84

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The Day the Earth Stood Still, 9 May 2009
This film feels like another missed opportunity from Hollywood. Formula is the key word here, and they seem to keep releasing the same formula over and over and over and over and over... again. What starts out as an interesting concept quickly fizzles away into another american glory-boy ending - yes they survive again - they CAN change, surely?!

Comparisons to the 1951 original are inevitable, but makes no impact here at all. The story follows astrobiologist Helen Benson, a woman who lives a normal life with her stepson, and teaches at Princeton University. When she is unceremoniously whisked away from her home in the middle of the night by government security she is introduced to a top-secret (but not for long) incoming doom. A giant orb appears in the middle of Central Park, and out comes an alien ambassador named Klaatu. He is captured by the americans, but eventually breaks free and takes both Helen and her stepson with him as the fate of the planet (or at least America) gradually, but inevitably, comes clear.

The film is riddled with Cliches. From the trigger-happy over-zealous American army, inevitable success, "heart-wrenching" back stories to... well... the message at its heart (though I find it hard to believe that humanity could REALLY change that dramatically so quickly, and it seems a bold statement from one astrobiologist). However, the movie IS entertaining, at least until your greeted to the same ending seen in every other hollywood disaster movie released in the past 5... 10... 15 years. The niggling feeling that "this film could have been awesome" is ever-present when the credits scroll up, and this is the feeling that REALLY stays with the viewer after its finished. The performances from Jennifer Connelly and Keanu Reeves are perfectly good, and young Jaden Smith is beginning to shine as quite an extraordinary young talent. John Cleese makes a small, but welcome inclusion, and the special effects are really quite brilliant (obviously a high budget).

Overall feelings of this movie are... rent it, don't buy it. Watch it once, and never again... unless the overwhelming urge to rekindle the disappointment are in order. You have been warned...


Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children [Blu-ray] [2009] [Region Free]
Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children [Blu-ray] [2009] [Region Free]
Dvd ~ Tetsuya Nomura
Price: £7.50

41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Advent Children Complete, 7 May 2009
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
I got this on import from Japan when it was released, and my reaction to the quality was something like... "wow..." followed by more wows, until I finally got into watching the movie. For anyone who has seen the movie already, this is the new "complete" edition of the film with an additional 30 minutes added to it. In a way, it is a sort of Director's Cut - and it flows a lot better than the original release. The additional scenes are all fantastic, and it begs the question why they were taken out in the first place.

Usually I am not partial to these re-releases with additional scenes, I just feel that they should release the whole film the first time. This time, however, it is re-released on blu-ray so it makes it worth the re-purchasing for me. The picture is absolutely crystal clear. There's no snow in any of the scenes, it is just perfect. The blacks are deep, and the whites are really bright, and they fade from one to the other with elegant ease. The sound is what you will have come to expect from Blu-Ray - perfect, Nobuo Uematsu's soundtrack is absolutely stunning during the heavy action scenes.

If you haven't seen the movie then it follows the story of Cloud (following from the Playstation game Final Fantasy VII). Two years have passed since the city of Midgar was left to ransom and to stand as a testament to the sacrifices made by friends in order to bring peace. However an illness is spreading fast, putting thousands of peoples lives at risk, and so Cloud, who walked away from being the hero before to a life of solitude, is asked to step forward once more to fix the wrongs of the world. Old friends and enemies alike are reintroduced, and the film is full of action and absolutely stunning animation that you have come to expect from Square Enix.

People will ask whether you need to have played the game to understand the film? Well, I would say it would help if you want to understand everything, because it can be left quite vague. But that doesn't mean you won't enjoy the movie if you haven't played the game. There is lots of action, and some of the best animation seen yet, and it's been done wonderfully. There is also a Reminiscence section in the bonus features which tells you the entire story of the original game if you wish to see it. All in all, this is a package you don't want to miss.

ADDITIONAL: The UK and US release of this does NOT come with the Final Fantasy XIII demo which came with the first Japanese printing - however Square have announced that the demo MAY be available on the Playstation Network at some point in the future.

ADDITIONAL: This DOES come with Japanese Audio if that is what you would prefer, and yes it is locked to Region 2, sadly.
Comment Comments (2) | Permalink | Most recent comment: May 27, 2010 9:33 PM BST


Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children [Blu-ray] [2005] [US Import]
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children [Blu-ray] [2005] [US Import]
Dvd ~ Takahiro Sakurai
Price: £33.41

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Advent Children Complete, 6 May 2009
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
I got this on import from Japan when it was released, and my reaction to the quality was something like... "wow..." followed by more wows, until I finally got into watching the movie. For anyone who has seen the movie already, this is the new "complete" edition of the film with an additional 30 minutes added to it. In a way, it is a sort of Director's Cut - and it flows a lot better than the original release. The additional scenes are all fantastic, and it begs the question why they were taken out in the first place.

Usually I am not partial to these re-releases with additional scenes, I just feel that they should release the whole film the first time. This time, however, it is re-released on blu-ray so it makes it worth the re-purchasing for me. The picture is absolutely crystal clear. There's no snow in any of the scenes, it is just perfect. The blacks are deep, and the whites are really bright, and they fade from one to the other with elegant ease. The sound is what you will have come to expect from Blu-Ray - perfect, Nobuo Uematsu's soundtrack is absolutely stunning during the heavy action scenes.

If you haven't seen the movie then it follows the story of Cloud (following from the Playstation game Final Fantasy VII). Two years have passed since the city of Midgar was left to ransom and to stand as a testament to the sacrifices made by friends in order to bring peace. However an illness is spreading fast, putting thousands of peoples lives at risk, and so Cloud, who walked away from being the hero before to a life of solitude, is asked to step forward once more to fix the wrongs of the world. Old friends and enemies alike are reintroduced, and the film is full of action and absolutely stunning animation that you have come to expect from Square Enix.

People will ask whether you need to have played the game to understand the film? Well, I would say it would help if you want to understand everything, because it can be left quite vague. But that doesn't mean you won't enjoy the movie if you haven't played the game. There is lots of action, and some of the best animation seen yet, and it's been done wonderfully. There is also a Reminiscence section in the bonus features which tells you the entire story of the original game if you wish to see it. All in all, this is a package you don't want to miss.

"ADDITIONAL:" The UK and US release of this does NOT come with the Final Fantasy XIII demo which came with the first Japanese printing - however Square have announced that the demo MAY be available on the Playstation Network at some point in the coming months.


60 GB LIVE Starter Kit -  Includes 60 GB Hard Drive,  Xbox LIVE Gold 3-Month Membership, Headset, Network Cable (Xbox 360)
60 GB LIVE Starter Kit - Includes 60 GB Hard Drive, Xbox LIVE Gold 3-Month Membership, Headset, Network Cable (Xbox 360)

13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 60GB Live Starter Kit, 3 May 2009
= Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
Verified Purchase(What is this?)
Having bought an Xbox 360 Arcade console, I was missing a hard drive somewhat, so I decided to buy this package for it's great value for money. You get:

+ 60gb Hard Drive - which you quite simply click in... and that is it!
+ A networking Ethernet cable to plug your xbox 360 into your router.
+ Headset for talking to people online.
+ 3 months of Xbox Live Gold to get you started.

By all means this is a great package, but having seen what Xbox LIVE has to offer, I have to say that I won't be renewing my package. None of the stuff you can get off the marketplace is of any interest to me personally, and I haven't had the best of experiences playing online. Particularly with Fifa 09 when the game continuously crashes when you start a match. This is a problem a few people I know have had. There has also been the issue of when I have played someone, they end up screaming on their end of the microphone and quitting before the match finishes. I have had similar problems with other games, and I can't justify spending a yearly fee on this kind of service.

The hard drive itself is fantastic. It is easy to set up, and even if you don't want to use Xbox Live, then it is still great to have because you can store your music, pictures, videos, etc on it, and you can also install games to the hard drive for better performance (The Last Remnant and Mass Effect have been visibly better installed).

From what I have seen Xbox Live is NOT what everyone has been saying, but I realise everyone will experience it differently, and perhaps I have just had an extremely unfortunate experience. This package itself is very good for the money, and if you want a hard drive for your console, and to try out Xbox Live, then look no further, this is what you need.
Comment Comments (2) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Jul 26, 2009 7:44 PM BST


Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8