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Game Of Thrones (Wolf) - Maxi Poster - 61cm x 91.5cm
Game Of Thrones (Wolf) - Maxi Poster - 61cm x 91.5cm
Offered by Poster Revolution UK
Price: £4.75

5.0 out of 5 stars The North Remembers..., 4 July 2014
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Brilliant poster, good size and looks great, especially with my other Game of Thrones posters.

Misfits: Series 5 [DVD]
Misfits: Series 5 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Nathan Stewart Jarrett
Price: £8.00

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5.0 out of 5 stars The best way and right time to say goodbye to Misfits., 2 Mar 2014
This review is from: Misfits: Series 5 [DVD] (DVD)
Misfits has always been one of my favourite TV shows, and I firmly believe that since it's pilot back in 2009 has remained one of the best shows on UK television. For the final series however we see a completely new generation of Misfits from where we started (though I personally prefer Rudy, Jess and Alex to Nathan, Simon and Kelly etc) but of course the show is stolen by the fantastic Mr Joseph Gilgun, without whom Misfits would not be what it is today. The storyline's are stronger than that of Series 4, with more character development and simply put, are much better written. If you like Misfits, then my review isn't really going to matter, just buy it and you won't be disappointed.
(However one of my favourite little niggles in Misfits is fairly prominent this series, which is how the slightest blow to the head can seem to kill!)

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Xbox 360)
Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Xbox 360)
Offered by Global Xpress
Price: £19.99

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4.0 out of 5 stars Admittedly a little short, but a good game nevertheless., 30 April 2013
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I've seen a lot of reviews slating the Harry Potter games, a few of which are justified, such as the car crash that was the Goblet of Fire, or Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1. Although this game does start to get a little repetitive after 6 or 7 levels, I had no intention to stop playing,
You take control of 8 different characters throughout the game, creating scenes that were otherwise forgotten in the DH2 film, such as Seamus planting each individual charge on the bridge, or as Ginny defending the castle as the Battle of Hogwarts came to its epic conclusion. Of course you also take charge of Harry for most of the game, as well as Ron and Hermione. Later on in the game, Harry acquires the ability to apparate short distances, which is very useful, and very fun,
Gradually throughout the game you learn new spells, starting with Stupefy, Protego, Expelliarmus, Expulso, Confringo (the best spell in my opinion), Petrificus Totalus and Impedimenta, all of which are extremely satisfying to send your opponent flying into next week.
Graphics are one of the games strong points, not outstanding as compared to a game like Hitman: Absolution (which I would also highly recommend) but character likeness's and some outstanding scenery of Hogwarts and beyond really make this a top game for the Harry Potter series.
The game is only let down by the length. I started playing about 7:00pm and was finished by midnight. Don't let that put you off though, as achievements are rich and plentiful in this game, and once you finish the game, you unlock the hardest difficulty setting, which will keep you going a while, as well as all the extras to collect and the timed modes to complete.
Well worth it for the Harry Potter fans, but would keep some non-fan occupied too. ( Although I don't know why you would buy this if you didn't like Harry Potter!)

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