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Prince of Persia The Sands of Time (Platinum PS2)
Prince of Persia The Sands of Time (Platinum PS2)
Offered by marxwax
Price: £16.96

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Prince of a Great Game, 8 Jun. 2004
The Prince of Persia is a superb game. It's main selling point is being able to rewind time, although even if you don't use this feature, it is still very playable. The prince himself is very energetic, bouncing from walls and slashing weird sand creatures like his life depended on it (of which in a wierd sort of way it does, but I don't want to ruin the story). The game is brilliant, has a brilliant story and a very good ending to it. I wansn't really not into this sort of thing before I got it, my PS2 has been filled with Colin McRae Rally 04, Gran Turismo, TOCA Race Driver, but this game is really playable. Plus the Prince has good taste in clothes, but strangely throughout the game rips them off for some reason. I don't see this as a plus point, but some may. It deserves 5 stars, I can't think of anything wrong with it. As a matter of fact, I'm even playing through it again.


Philips SBCHC8350 Semi Full Size FM Headphones
Philips SBCHC8350 Semi Full Size FM Headphones

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tune into the Music, 3 Oct. 2003
These headphnes are really quite nice to be honest. They're comfortable, lightweight, rechargeble and happen to change design a lot. I have an older model of these same headphones, without this automatic mute. I really like the sleep timer function on these headphones (where you don't have to manually turn the headphones off or on, but it can detect the presence of sound or not and can turn it self off or on when it detects/doesn't detect sound). I have given it four stars for the reason that there is always a slight hiss in the background, although this is probably the case with most FM headphones. I do like being able to go around the house with listening to music, although if you happen to have stone internal walls, there will sometimes be areas where the headphones cannot pick up a signal, although these areas will be small and moving slightly will releive this. These are good headphones, and should last you some time.


Williams F1 Racing Wheel (PS2)
Williams F1 Racing Wheel (PS2)

2 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Innovation, but no consideration, 20 Mar. 2003
...The whole digital display thing is really innovative but doesn't disguise the fact that steering wheels should be either black or be a dark colour with black in it. The designers of this wheel didn't consider this and this accounts for the three stars. Although to be perfectly honest, I've never liked wheels shaped like F1 wheels,they don't seem that realistic.


Logitech Cordless Controller for PS2/PSone
Logitech Cordless Controller for PS2/PSone

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another one?, 26 Dec. 2002
Yet another Wireless Controller, this one by Logitech. O.K., so Logitech are the manufactures of the Driving Force/GT Force wheel which was based on another wheel that they had made. This controller is also just a PS2 conversion of something Logitech has already made. If you really want a wireless controller then this will be the one to get, the others appear to be not so great. As with the GT Force, it may be a higher price but it will be worth it. Although for this price, you may be better off buying a great game and just an extension cable. Think about it, do you really want a wireless controller? Personally, I wouldn't pay that amount just because the controller had a 2.4 ghz transmitter in it.


Logitech Cordless Controller for PS2/PSone
Logitech Cordless Controller for PS2/PSone

3 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another one?, 26 Dec. 2002
Yet another Wireless Controller, this one by Logitech. O.K., so Logitech are the manufactures of the Driving Force/GT Force wheel which was based on another wheel that they had made. This controller is also just a PS2 conversion of something Logitech has already made. If you really want a wireless controller then this will be the one to get, the others appear to be not so great. As with the GT Force, it may be a higher price but it will be worth it. Although for this price, you may be better off buying a great game and just an extension cable. Think about it, do you really want a wireless controller? Personally, I wouldn't pay that amount just because the controller had a 2.4 ghz transmitter in it.


TOCA Race Driver
TOCA Race Driver
Offered by marxwax
Price: £1.49

0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Looks Ok, 27 Aug. 2002
This review is from: TOCA Race Driver (Video Game)
I have actually been on TOCA, although I DO have the game,I haven't been on it for long.I looked through the manual and the game it'self seems to be for the sort of people who liked the career mode on V-Rally 3. It's like the other TOCAs though, but with one or two improvements. For example, anything that comes off your car stays on the track and doesn't dissapear. The AI is supposed to be improved too although I haven't seen that bit yet and it has 42 cars and a four player mode. OH, the whole story is based around a bloke called Ryan McKane. A good game and it should last some time.


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