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Call of Duty: Black Ops (PS3)
Call of Duty: Black Ops (PS3)
Offered by Ace Goods Co. Ltd
Price: £15.24

3.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable, 9 July 2015
im going to review this game for the single player only.
While the setting is nice, it is very limited as it brings very little that is new to the table and relies on an age-old, wooden shooting model which feels tired now. An enjoyable game but you won't be returning to its single player. Zombie mode is fun though, if not repetitive.

From Parts Unknown
From Parts Unknown
Price: £5.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Insane, 3 Nov. 2014
This review is from: From Parts Unknown (Audio CD)
Where most bands go softer to supposedly "mature", ETID have gone and produced their heaviest, catchiest and most exciting record to date!

Westerns Collection [Blu-ray] [1956] [Region Free]
Westerns Collection [Blu-ray] [1956] [Region Free]
Dvd ~ John Wayne
Price: £14.99

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Essential!, 12 April 2013
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Being a Western-novice, I sought a place to begin my Western collection after seeing The Magnificent Seven on TV; however, after doing a bit of searching on Amazon I came across this magnificent blu-ray collection. Featuring 5 remastered movies ranging from the 1950s to mid 1980s, the Westerns Collection offers a variety of Westerns fit for novices and enthusiasts alike.

Ok, so the films are spread across 5 discs in 2 blu-ray boxes which offers ease of access. Moreover, the special features are conveniently placed on each film's disc, but to access this feature you must access the films menu - something you are not immediately presented with upon starting the film (the films begin immediately and you are not taken to a menu).

With regards to quality it is nothing short of spectacular. With the oldest film lacking the visual spark of the newer ones (which can be excused as it's from the 50s), the quality is still phenomenally impressive for each film and certainly stacks among the best remastered films I've ever seen.

Now, before I end this review I'd like to inform you that if your TV isn't huge (and I mean bigger than 40 inches), then you won't be able to properly experience 'How The West Was Won'. This is because the film utilized the 'Cinerama' effect which means that the film is built up of 3 simultaneous camera shots rather than the usual one. Anyhow, it still looks fantastic regardless of looking a bit small if you don't have a huge TV.

In conclusion, I cannot recommend this set enough. Buy it. I really want second one.

Uncharted 3 Drake's Deception: Game of the Year (PS3)
Uncharted 3 Drake's Deception: Game of the Year (PS3)
Offered by JealousBanana
Price: £14.90

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A brief review of the GOTY content, 21 Oct. 2012
Released in November 2011, Uncharted 3 sports some of the best graphics, gameplay and setpieces seen in the PS3's history, all nicely blended together with a fluent story. After receiving the game as a Christmas gift in it's year of release,I thoroughly enjoyed both the story and multiplayer.

Following the announcement of the 'Game of the year edition,' I jumped in excitement because I hadn't previously bought any of the DLC for this game therefore; upon buying this, I would have instant access to some of the game's best additional content. With all of the content being ON THE DISC (therefore if you buy it used, you will still have the extra goodies) the only thing you have to do in order to gain the content is install the GOTY's exclusive data file. The content included with this edition is:
- Flashback pack 1
- Flashback pack 2
- Drake's Deception multiplayer map pack
- Fort map for COOP mode
- 25 additional heroes/villains skins for use in both multiplayer and coop.
- The shade survival pack.

As you can see, the GOTY edition has a wealth of new content and if you're like me, I suggest you sell your normal copy of Uncharted 3 and pick up this discounted package for more content. Overall, a brilliant package for the multiplayer fans.
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Dark Souls - Limited Edition (PS3)
Dark Souls - Limited Edition (PS3)
Offered by bnhlmt

4.0 out of 5 stars An amazing game, but is it better than Demon's Souls?, 28 Aug. 2012
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Dark Souls, the spiritual successor to the 2009 PS3 exclusive RPG game, Demon's Souls. After playing through Demon's Souls 3 times, I couldn't resist getting my hands on its sequel (although the only similarity is the 'Souls' name). After having my expectations raised (thankyou Demon's Souls) I really had high hopes for this game before I got it and let me just say it now, this game does not disappoint.

Whether it be exploring a lonely, desolate forest to a beautifully structured castle, the environments in Dark Souls have been professionally constructed to the point where the environments can be appreciated thanks to the tremendous amount of detail From Software have incorporated into this magnificent, fictional world. Because of this, Dark Souls has a respectable characteristic other games lack nowadays, this is one of the contributing factors that help Dark Souls shine in comparison to the competition. In addition to this unique world, both the enemy design and the soundtrack aid this game become mind-mindbogglingly immersible which means rather than spending the expected one hour on this game, you will be playing it for about double that time during your first play of the game. This leads me onto the feel of the game. Dark Souls will last you around 50 hours to complete once, thats right, not a 6 hour storyline like some games this generation (Call of Duty in-particular), this game will last you around 50 hours. With a very steep learning-curve thanks to the game's style (it doesn't hold your hand, in the world of Dark Souls you're alone)nothing is greater than success; whether it be beating a boss or traversing a section of the game you've been working on for a while, the gratification Dark Souls offers in success is huge; this will make you want to keep on playing, making you a Dark Souls addict thus; keeping you coming back for more. In addition to this, once completed you enter NG+ (the + symbolizing the amount of times you've completed the game so it can be NG+++++ as an example) the game's difficulty increases to keep the enemy AI at the same level as you're character's ability, making it worth playing a few times rather than completing a single playthrough then leaving the game on the shelf forever more.

One thing that really stands out in Dark Souls is the soundtrack's music that accompanies the sometimes chilling boss-battles. Bosses in Dark Souls are classified as a stronger-than-usual enemy of which stands out due to it's characteristics making it unique in comparison to other standard enemies. As I just mentioned, the soundtrack compliments the boss battles perfectly (usually reflecting the setting/mood of the boss you're fighting) helping raise the level of immersion and giving you a better feeling whilst battling these infamous characters. As an example, I recommend you check out this song from the Dark Souls soundtrack:[...]
This example reflects the chilling reality of the boss you're battling, all captured perfectly in a musical piece - simply beautiful!

The difficulty of Dark Souls has received critical acclaim for being a difficult however; the reality is once you've learned how to play the game, you will be ok. To succeed in Dark Souls the best thing to do is to learn enemy patterns, with this in mind, once you identify enemy attack patterns then the game will ask for your concentration of which leads on to success. If you are at all worried about the difficulty then fear not, at any point in the game you can summon either an AI character or a real player to help you on boss battles or you can battle them. Thanks to this feature, nobody has an excuse to get caught out on boss battles because you can summon up to 2 other people to help you defeat bosses, additionally, the people who hang around waiting to get summoned usually have good weapon sets and skill increasing your chances of success when battling a boss with either a online player or AI character. With this in mind, I wouldn't worry about the difficulty at all when debating a purchase of this game.

The controls in Dark Souls offer ease and are well-mapped to work with the Playstation 3 controller. Although not as good as something such as Uncharted 3 (Using the L3 button to sprint rather than what Dark Souls does and uses the O button to sprint), they shine in making the game a more enjoyable experience thanks to a smooth, useful control scheme.

Although the graphics in Dark Souls are not as polished as Demon's Souls (It is about twice as big as Demon's Souls so the graphics WOULD take a hit) they still look magnificent and are nicer than some games on the market today. Keep in mind this game has no loading screens so in some areas (Blighttown)the framerate can drop to below-average making the screen choppy; this isn't a surprise though because with the hardware for consoles being so old and the game being so big, there has to be limits.

Throughout Dark Souls you will find weapons, armour sets, spells, items, consumables and treasures all of which can be used by your character to enhance your experience within this fictional world. To buy new items you use a currency called 'Souls' which is taken from killed enemies, this helps you level up your stats making the game easier for you to play as well as buy new items.

To conclude, Dark Souls takes an incredible world, unique soundtrack, varied multiplayer elements and superb enemy design then mixes it all together to create a package superior to its predecessor, Demon's Souls. Because of this, I would highly recommend this game and if you're debating to geth either Demon's Souls or Dark Souls, go for Demon's then move onto the slightly enhanced Dark Souls for the best playing experience. Thankyou for reading, I give this game a 9.2/10, if interested, please see my Demon's Souls review.

Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition (PS3)
Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition (PS3)
Offered by Gameseek
Price: £15.81

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Superior graphics to the 2008 original release., 20 Aug. 2012
GRAND THEFT AUTO: IV. Without a doubt one of the best titles to be released on current generation consoles (XBOX 360 and Playstation 3). What was originally released individually has now been packaged together in one excitingly epic bundle within a single Blu-Ray disc at a lower price than these games were at launch. If you're new to the Grand Theft Auto universe then I'd say this is an excellent place to begin your journey; if you're an experienced veteran (or similar) and have become interested in this package then I would yet again recommend the GRAND THEFT AUTO: COMPLETE EDITION to you.

My journey within Liberty City began back in April 2009. Back then, GTA:IV was still a fairly new game and at the time I have to say, I enjoyed it immensely. The main game, GTA:IV, sees the player jump into the shoes of Niko Bellic; a middle-eastern immigrant who has arrived in Liberty on the Pegasus (a ship) and just like everyone on board the Pegasus, he is in pursuit of the 'American dream'. Having his hopes realized by his hilariously bubbly cousin's emails, Niko left his homeland in order to live alongside his Cousin 'Roman Bellic' who was supposedly made it in America and was living the life of dreams however; shortly after arriving in the foreign land, Niko became aware Roman had been lying to him when he discovers Roman is nothing more than a budget cab-driver involved with loan-sharks and criminals. This is how the story of GTA:IV begins, Niko becomes determined to make it to the top after he became tired of low-lives treating Roman with utmost disrespect.

GTA: IV will last you as long as you can play it (basically forever). I have had it since 2009(I had the original on disc+The episodes from Liberty City then traded them in for the Complete edition) and it still gets played lots of times ranking as one of my most-played games of all time.

GTA: IV gets extended with the two 'Episodes from Liberty City' DLC storylines. One involves you playing as smug-biker, Johnny Klebitz who's role quickly turns around within his gang (the lost motorcyle club - or MC) after an event at the start of the games sees an important character become incarcerated - this was the first of the two DLC 'episodes' adding new characters, weapons, vehicles, interiors and missions as well as cleverly intervening the story of Johnny with the story of Niko Bellic (from the main game, GTA:IV.) This game wasn't as long as GTA: IV because it was originally DLC). Following this 'episode' Rockstar Games released yet another DLC addon named 'The Ballad of Gay Tony' which threw the player into the luxurious life of Luis Lopez, a well-known, rich bodyguard working for nobody other than 'Gay Tony', owner of Liberty City's most-popular night clubs! This 'episode' gave the player an array of new features such as weapons, cars, the parachute, missions, characters and interiors; all assisted this 'episode' to become one of the favourites among the GTA community. Yet again, this story links with the storyline of Niko Bellic and after playing all 3 chapters you will soon realize all of these storylines actually link in some way.

So, now that these iconic games have been packaged together on one disc, what are the advantages? Well, aside from convenience, the graphics on GTA:IV have been greatly improved since the 08' classic edition because the blur-filter that used to be present in the 08' edition has now been removed making these graphics really shine (This too makes this purchase a brilliant buy because I can now enjoy the graphics of this spectacular game.)!

The verdict?
If you're a newbie to this series or a GTA fan looking to have these classics on a single disc then I cannot recommend this package enough, not only is it giving you 3 incredible games for a reduced price but you also get superior graphics on GTA:IV (in comparison to the 2008 copy) and it helps that all 3 games are on one disc and not two or 3.

My score: 10/10
- This game hits everything perfectly offering hundreds of hours to be had within this alive city; whether it be online (WITH 16 OTHER FRIENDS!) or offline fun, this game package guarantees to gratify your tastes! I still play this game now (3 years after buying it!) and if you want a challenge (I'm not lying) go for the Platinum trophy included with this game, it guarantees to take you a while to achieve it and even then, the gratification you experience will be unbelievable!

Thank-you for reading.
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Demon's Souls (PS3)
Demon's Souls (PS3)
Offered by Netro Enterprise
Price: £15.49

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My first RPG - INCREDIBLE!, 29 May 2012
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This review is from: Demon's Souls (PS3) (Video Game)
After spending a few hours in the world of Demon's souls I feel I am ready to review the content of the game and as the title suggests, this is my first RPG game.

- Gameplay -
Demon's souls, a game critically acclaimed for its difficulty. Personally, I disagree with those profound statements; if someone claims this game is by any means "hard" then I can only come to the conclusion that they are playing the game wrongly, this is particularly true when on their first playthrough. Demon's souls is no Skyrim or standard medieval-era RPG game, instead Demon's souls is a game that demands the player to analyse their enemy and wait for them to expose an exploitable weakness of which they can take advantage of. If you want to survive in Demon's souls then going straight into a fight is by no means the way to go, if you follow the play-style Demon's souls demands, you will have no problem with this game at all because you will feel more rewarded and deaths will occur less frequently pen-ultimately, leaving you feeling a greater sense of gratification. The gameplay is fluid and responsive and as people say, any death is entirely the players fault as they have either missed the right time to strike their enemy or disregarded the environment or health/stamina bars. It can be said that due to the tactical, engrossing gameplay you (as I did) will realise an estimated 1 hour play of the game quickly becomes 2 due to the concentration and fun this game needs and gives. This leads me onto the controls:

- Controls-
The controls for Demon's souls are absolutely perfect and are accessible to all audiences, even me, someone who has never played an RPG before. The controls are fairly basic and easy to pick up, the player should have no problem here.

Playing a 2009 game in 2012 you may feel that despite graphical advances, you would be able to notice any differences made in the 3 year period inbetween. With Demon's souls this however, is not the case. The graphics for this game are excellent and look as good as a game produced now (as well as exceeding the graphics of some games produced now!). The graphics in Demon's souls really are perfect and no issues were found in this area.

-The difficulty-
A commonly raised point when talking about Demon's souls, the difficulty of the game is no problem at all infact, the real difficulty really comes when trying to conserve health supplies or being aware of your health and stamina bars whilst in a fight. If you're a careful player that doesn't play games that promote headless-chicken tactics (Call of duty) then I promise you, if you stay aware during this game and watch enemy attack patterns then you will have no problem at all with the difficulty. My first play-through actually lasted 2 hours as I had become so engrossed in the magnificent world created by From Software.

-The verdict-
If reluctant, BUY THIS GAME!
I have quickly gone from being reluctant to playing this game every night since I love it so much!

Home Is Where the Heart Is
Home Is Where the Heart Is
Price: £0.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome song for a new band!, 17 May 2012
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Wow, what can I say?
This band is new and absolutely amazing, I totally recommend you check them out!
Go to their facebook, listen to other songs by them and enjoy their music.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS2)
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS2)
Offered by Revival Books Ltd
Price: £10.88

5.0 out of 5 stars Perfection!, 21 April 2012
GRAND THEFT AUTO: Vice city; what an incredible game.

Set in Miami during the 1980s the player jumps into the shoes of 'Tommy Angelo Vercetti'; a broken man at the start of the game of whom we see progress greatly during the course of the story. This brings me on to the positives of this game, not only does Grand theft auto:Vice city present the player with an incredibly large, detailed playground; it also gets the combination of fun gameplay and an excellent storyline just right making you want to drive around the intricate world of Vice city whilst doing the story thanks to the magnificent, interesting portrayal of Miami in the 80s and the superbly entertaining radio shows offering hours of additional entertainment in the form of classic 80s music and laugh-out-loud talk shows.

The Only issue with this game is the camera and I really can't say it's a huge issue!

If you haven't already, just buy this game! It's simply incredible and I have to say its better than its successor; Grand theft auto: San Andreas.
10/10 from me, just make sure you have a component cable and play with trails turned off in the menu.
Thankyou for reading.

Silent Hill 4: The Room (PS2)
Silent Hill 4: The Room (PS2)
Offered by * The Game Monkey *
Price: £29.97

3.0 out of 5 stars Underrated!, 31 Mar. 2012
After playing every silent hill I finally got my hands on what was supposed to be the worst in the series; silent hill 4. My initial impressions were very good, good graphics, first person adds extra immersion and the monsters are creepy especially when played in the dark. This is where my problem came in, while this is a great game - it doesn't really add anything new to the series so i would strongly recommend this title if you enjoyed silent hill 1-3s gameplay formula and are looking for more silent hill action. With a very intricate story and the same gameplay as silent hill 3 this game is actually great! I recommend this to any silent hill fan.

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