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Splatter Master (PS2)
Splatter Master (PS2)

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A nice obscurity for beat em up fans., 16 Oct. 2013
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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Splatter master is an old-skool style beat em up similar to golden axe and streets of rage, made as part of the simple 2000 range of budget games. Unlike most of the series which consists of low quality attempts at more modern games, this is actually a pretty high quality game with a pleasing cartoony Halloween aesthetic offset by occasional grotesque monsters and bloody violence. As the other review states it is only about 30 mins long, but has decent replay value and stuff to unlock but is worth keeping in for times when you just want a quick bit of action without committing to a longer game.


Age of Empires -Collectors Edition
Age of Empires -Collectors Edition

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great games, poor compilation., 24 Aug. 2013
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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No other review seems to have mentioned but this edition of the games does not include the original music for the games due to the original releases streaming them as CD audio tracks from the disk while this release installs no-disk versions of the games. AOE 1 replaces the soundtrack with a weaker MIDI version while AOE 2 features no music at all by default (although a MIDI soundtrack can be enabled with some tweaking). Fortunately there is a fan patch for 2 which allows you to import a custom soundtrack so you just need to obtain the soundtrack for AOE 2 from elsewhere (since it is not on the disk at all) and set it to play. I am yet to find a workaround for AOE 1.


John Adams My First Crafts Fishy Danglers
John Adams My First Crafts Fishy Danglers
Offered by Otherland UK
Price: £7.50

5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent!, 23 Oct. 2012
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
Ever since I bought this my children can't stop playing with their fishy danglers! Great Product at a great price!


PS3 Wired Controller (輸入版)
PS3 Wired Controller (輸入版)

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Completely useless, 3 Mar. 2010
= Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
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1. Not compatable with ps1/2 games.

2. No tilt, so not compatable with ps3 games with tilt.

3. Buttons not triggers, so not compatable with games that need you to pull triggers gradually.

4. No home button, just an analogue button which has no purpose since a ps3 controller dosn't have one and isn't compatable with games that would.

5. When i finially did find a game playable with it (wipeout HD) the controller was poor quality enough to give the player using it an unfair disadvantage, resulting in being forced to get an official one for them to use instead.


Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower (PSP)
Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower (PSP)
Offered by BLUESHINE
Price: £19.90

4.0 out of 5 stars Great game with control issues., 24 July 2009
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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I had previously never played a game in the darkstalkers series, but am a fan of fighting games, so when i saw this cheap i had to pick it up. It features a good (if sometimes a bit cartoony,) and abundant cast of characters and an enjoyable fighting system. The graphics are pleasing to the eye, and the animation is great. The only issue is the controls which, in their original form, are pretty much unusuable. However it includes a dumbed down PSP control set, which remaps the medium attacks to a double tap of the light attack button, changes the input required for special moves to a simpler more PSP friendly form, and adds a blank button, which can be mapped (at any time on the pause menu) to a specific special move for easy use. While it may feel like it's holding your hand a little on this, it makes the game much more playable and enjoyable with the control limitations. Overall a reccommended purchase, unless you are too much of a purist to be put off by the control simplification.


Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home (PS2)
Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home (PS2)
Offered by CDandVinyl
Price: £13.50

1.0 out of 5 stars A Poor Attempt, 24 July 2009
= Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
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I bought this because it was less than £1, it really isnt worth that. The fights are not fun, too diffcult (because of cheap AI, not skill level) and the humor is horrible. It seperates fights with "amusing" talkshow sections, which are the lowest possible american humor (bad hillybilly impressions ect.), the kind that makes me glad to be british and not associated with it. The actualy fighting, grapples are useless because of the fast place, so is more of a beat em up. The CPU just repeatedly sprints over and does unavoidable attacks, making is nearly impossible to respond or pick up weapons, and heath recovery between fights is partial (leaving you with an unnessicary diasvantage). Not even worth giving a try.


Shogun's Blade (PS2)
Shogun's Blade (PS2)
Offered by media-4-u
Price: £4.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't bother, 24 July 2009
= Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
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This review is from: Shogun's Blade (PS2) (Video Game)
Poor clone of the koei warriors game, with a few feet of view distance, overly simple attacking, and nothing but an endless swarm of badly animated identical enemies. Literally no reason to own this.


Halliwell's The Movies that Matter
Halliwell's The Movies that Matter
by David Gritten
Edition: Paperback

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Pretentious and Biased, 24 July 2009
When i bought this, i was hoping for an accurate guide to which films are worth watching, and which to avoid. Sadly, what i found was a dated and biased mess. I consider myself able to apriciate any movie, i understand how a movie compares to others of it's age, and others of it's genre. Unfortunately, this has a bias against modern movies, and in favour of drama drama. I can tell a good drama from a bad one, a good action movie from a bad one and a good horror from a bad one, and each should be considered in their own terms. As far as this book is concenred, if it isnt a drama, still review it as one, giving it a mediocre review if it is old, and a bad one if it is modern. The occasional exeptions tend to be based on popularity, another weakness of this book. Overall, stick with critics of their own genre and don't waste your time with this.


EA Replay (PSP)
EA Replay (PSP)

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not really worth it, 1 July 2009
= Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars 
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B.O.B: A pretty slow and styalistically uninteresting shooter, dosn't keep interest for long.

Budokan: Incredably bad beat em up with treacle pace, awkward delayed control and bad hit detection.

Desert/Jungle Strike: Fun aerial shooters, thought urban strike is unexplainably absent but they arn't exactly all time classics worth getting the collection for.

Haunting: Had never heard of this one, but was suprisingly fun. Possess objects around the envoronment to scare away the house's residents. Gets old quickly, however.

Mutant League Football: What seems like a good take on american football, bit i literally have no idea what is going on, since it has no instructions other than it's (complex) controls. I think they missed that british players would probably need the basic rules explaining, nevermind their odd take on them

Road Rash 1-3: Ok motorbike racing games that only really offers nostalgic value to fans in the day, now pretty dated and samey.

Syndicate: A poor version of a great game. Smaller scale and worse controlling than it's PC counterpart, has the blood removed and lacks sufficiant instruction. I really wish EA included the PC version.

Ultima VIII: Again, a poor version of a good PC game. Scaled down, odd control and removal of blood and referances to death (which suggests it was a nintendo port). Could have been good if they actually used the real version for the compilation.

Virtual Pinball: A good pinball game with level creator, but to me, the appeal of a pinball game would rely more on being realistic, so i'd assume there are more visually appealing ones avalable.

Wing Commander/Secret Missions: Boring space flight simulator. Was probably impressive at the time, but now has little appeal.


Quake II (N64)
Quake II (N64)

3.0 out of 5 stars Comparisons to the pc version for interested fans, 8 Mar. 2009
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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I bought this because i was interested to see how it was different from the pc version so here it is

- Textures are blurrier

- Sound is lower quality and less varied

- Levels are all original but are smaller and shorter, lacking the ability to backtrack like the pc version

- Animations are faster and jerkier, and enemies have fewer unique animations.

- Bodies and gibs dissapear within about 5 seconds.

- Weapons are basically the same other than grenades only firing from a launcher

- Special effects (such as explosions and blaster/railgun particles) are simplified.

- Controls are not as good, but acceptable for the controller.


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