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Yes!: My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of Wrestlemania
Yes!: My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of Wrestlemania
by Daniel Bryan
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £12.29

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A book of two halves, 13 Aug. 2015
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This book is best thought of in two parts. The first part is the ridiculous (and at times, insulting to your intelligence) portion of the book that starts every chapter following Daniel Bryan around for the week building upto Wrestlemania 30. Trying to make you believe that all the storylines you've ever witnessed in WWE are real and that Bryan and other wrestlers hold grudges from a forgotten angle 3 years ago.

The second part of the book is an excellent autobiography about Daniel Bryan's struggles from trying to find a wrestling school to making it into the WWE and then onto headline Wrestlemania.

It's certainly worth reading, but you can cut out the first chunk of each chapter as it's just nonsense.

EA Sports UFC (Xbox One)
EA Sports UFC (Xbox One)
Offered by Bargain Games UK
Price: £11.80

1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Seems to have regressed., 22 Jun. 2014
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I played the old UFC game and they were fun, but there was more that could of been done, especially on the ground aspect of the fights. I also played EA MMA and loved it, and wished it had the UFC fighters so I could play with them on that game.
So you would think UFC being done by EA would solve this problem, sadly not. The graphics look exactly the same as they did back on the 360, which makes me think that the sole reason this was only released on the new gen consoles was so you couldn't compare it to an identical game on the previous gen.
The fighters feel weak, there seems to be no power in any punch or kick thrown, and when you do get a knockout it doesn't feel like the spectacle it should do.
Submissions on this game are a joke with a silly system put in place. As dumb as this is going to sound, they need to go look at the WWE games to see how to do this more successfully, as I'm yet to play an MMA game where submissions are well integrated and controlled in a fight.
Also considering these are on blu-ray discs and are next gen, would it of been so hard to record Bruce Buffer saying every playable fighters name? It kills the end of a fight seeing him do the animations and moving his mouth but not speaking.

Overall I'd wait til the next one comes out, or at the very least the price drops a lot lower on this one.

Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban [2004] [DVD]
Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban [2004] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Daniel Radcliffe
Price: £2.94

10 of 22 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The worst of the current 4, 19 Mar. 2006
If you like special effects then this film will be ok, if Like me you actually like the Harry Potter story then I'm afraid this movie does not do the book anything near justice as it just misses it mark completely. Unlike the first two films which were quite good and followed the story of Harry in his first two years at Hogwarts the third film leaves us with a story of half told tales, poor casting, made up storylines and big chunk which not only is a big part of the story, but builds up for the next installments of the Harry Potter series.
Unfortunetly nowadays people care more about special effects than storylines... and to think when the first film came out there was so much hope. Carlsberg don't make Harry Potter films, but if they did it certainly wouldn't be this one.

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