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Topspin 3 (Wii)
Topspin 3 (Wii)
Offered by * The Game Monkey *
Price: £4.97

46 of 49 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars STAY CLEAR!!, 26 Jun. 2008
= Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Topspin 3 (Wii) (Video Game)
This "game" is a great disappointment. It's unfinished and unresponsive, like running through water.
And here's the test... Use the Nunchuck to move your player and hold the remote in the air. The player will always hit the ball without you moving.
It's an absolute wash out.
NO player creation
NO changing weather
NO career mode or ladder to climb
Very poor player reaction.
Terrible control system that lags a few seconds behind your own reactions.
Back to the beloved Wii sports!

Big Train : Complete BBC Series 1 & 2 [1998] [DVD]
Big Train : Complete BBC Series 1 & 2 [1998] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Amelia Bullmore
Price: £5.49

5 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Classic but spoilt, 17 Nov. 2004
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This would have been 5 stars for series 1 but series 2 is a let down. Classic and surreal moments for the first part had me laughing out loud. Even the DVD menu was interesting!
Unfortunately, time took it's toll on the second series and only a few laughs kept me interested in the increasingly bizzare sketches.
Still worth getting though for the first disc alone.

Capitalism 2
Capitalism 2

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars From Rags to Riches, 18 Feb. 2002
This review is from: Capitalism 2 (Computer Game)
Capitalism 2 is a management sim to crown all others. If you enjoy complicated and brain teasing puzzles trying to work out supply and demand or the complexities of stock market trading, this is for you.
Capitalism 2 will ease you in with some well designed tutorials to make you feel a little at home but, in all honesty, you'll probably have the game paused for the majority of the time just to study the many different menus and screens.
These menus cover everything. For instance, it's not just a matter of selling a product that you've lovingly crafted in your down town factory. You must choose a strategy like brand labelling and then advertise using the 3 media types modelled in the game.
Multiple cities and opponents can be customised as well as multiplayer options, all with a miriad of sub options to suit most tastes in difficulty.
So, if you're a budding Branson and fancy a REAL challenge, Capitalism 2 is for you but a word of warning: NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED!!

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