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The Way of Kings Part One: The Stormlight Archive Book One: 1
The Way of Kings Part One: The Stormlight Archive Book One: 1
by Brandon Sanderson
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic read. I couldn't put the book down, 25 Aug. 2015
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What a brilliant book, and what an amazing series (so far). I can't wait for the next book to come out.


Fallout 3 - Game Of The Year Edition (Xbox 360)
Fallout 3 - Game Of The Year Edition (Xbox 360)
Offered by Game Trade Online
Price: £14.26

2 of 62 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Can't play extra content, 28 Nov. 2009
This game was fantastic right up until the end of the main quest and then the game finished. The whole point of the game of the year edition is that it has 5 extra add on packs but my 360 won't play them. i don't know if there is a problem with the game or my xbox but after paying more for this edition i am not happy. i can find nothing on any game site about this problem so i assume it is just my machine.
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Lord Of The Rings: Conquest (Xbox 360)
Lord Of The Rings: Conquest (Xbox 360)
Offered by STOCKTASTIC
Price: £37.61

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars good game but stupidly short. obviously designed for online multiplay, 9 July 2009
As a massive LOTR fan i was very excited to get this game and was very pleased with the first hour or so. Some of the levels can be annoying especially when the object of the game is to take and defend positions on a map by standing in a circle and keeping enemy units out. However to hold a position your team has to have more units in the circle then the enemy, and as you have no control over your teams computer controlled units i found i was often overwhelmed as enemy units flood into the circle and my team mates were all engaged in battles out of the circle. Despite chopping down the enemy as fast as i could, i still lost the map and therefore have to restart the level even if i was on the last objective in the level.

I was also disappointed with the strength of the enemy heros and units. Standard soldiers can be killed with one hit, as can trolls if you climb on there back first. Even the mighty oliphants can be killed by pressing a combination of 4 or 5 buttons, but the warrior class enemy units are stupidly difficult to kill. Its not that they are too strong, just that they often use there sword to block all attacks so you can't damage them at all. The boss in each level is easy to kill and even if your character is killed first you simple respawn and go back to fighting as a full health character against a boss still weakened by your previous attacks.

The game was still pretty good despite this sense of luck instead of skill, and i was just starting to get into it, but then it was all over. The good campaign only has 6 levels and each only takes between 10 and 30 minutes to complete. The evil campaign is equally as short and when it is over all that is left to do is play multiplayer online. I am very disappointed that i spent £30 for 5/6 hours of pretty unimpressive gameplay.

I can't say if online is any good as i don't have xbox live. From what i have seen of the game i would imagine online would be fantastic but if like me you are not able to play online then this game probably is not for you.


Disney Think Fast (PS2)
Disney Think Fast (PS2)
Offered by inteci
Price: £2.00

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for Disney lovers, 28 May 2009
Its a good family fun game. Dependant on your Disney knowledge, you can set the games difficulty to your choice. It is set out like a gameshow, very simular to PS2 Buzz games. Your Host is Genie who likes to add little jokes here and there. You choose from a selection of Traditional Disney characters (such as Mickey, Donald and Goofy etc.) to represent yourself in the game. The gameshow is set on different sets, which you are able to choose from e.g. Lilo and Stitch, The lion King, The Little Mermaid. The questions are from a varst selection of Disney film: old to new to acomidate younger and older players. There are also mini games (or bonous games) between some rounds, which allows those not so knowledgable of disney to catch up. The quiz rounds are different each time you play it, some include: general disney knowledge, questions by a special quest host, quickest to guess the photo appearing, point stealing round etc. My only fault with the game is that sometimes questions will not actually be about disney, but rather silly questions like: what object would you find in a kitchen? choose from bed, bath, cooker. But I found that these questions only appear on the easy mode, rather than hard mode, obviously to allow those who don't like disney as much as other players, to still get points as well. Overall, I found it to be quiet a good game, for both Disney lovers and those not so keen.


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