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Revoltech Anubis Series No.113 (Completed) Kaiyodo [JAPAN] [Toy]
Revoltech Anubis Series No.113 (Completed) Kaiyodo [JAPAN] [Toy]
Offered by Sukiyaki JP
Price: £48.92

5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING!, 16 Jan. 2016
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Excellent. Looks awesome!


Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade
Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade
by Oliver Bowden
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars intense and entertaining, 8 Aug. 2011
as a videogame nut i knew the plot behind assassins creed but was surpprised to many extras packed in.

GOOD:
_ The plot of the Console Version is well fleshed out and does well in the characterisiation of Altair leadin to Al-Muallim's Betrayal

_ Learning more of Altiir and Maria's relationship and their children

_ the High point for me was the bonus tale of Altaiir's relationship with fellow assassin Abbas from their beginnings as friends and ending up as mortal enemies drastically affecting the people of Masayaf leading the aclimactic battle to decide the fate of the Order. it was nice to find something new and hamuanise altiir character from just a killing machine.

_ *SPOILER ALERT* Maria's death at the hands of Altaiir (easily the most touching moment of the book)

BAD:

_ the Cyprus Storyline: easily the weakest point in the book. plot was taken form the PSP version of Assassins Creed: Bloodline and it was here i felt the story began to feel repetetive and began to drag to the point of derailing the whole book. it's only saving graces were Altaiir and Maria's chemistry and the moment when Altaiir first uses the Apple of Eden

Overall, the book fared quite well and Bowden really shines as a writer when he tells the story of Abbas and Altaiir. You can almost tell that it is here the author himself is at ease as he does not need to follow Ubisoft's Canon but add something new to the table.


Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (PS3)
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (PS3)
Offered by games.empire
Price: £4.95

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Story with so-so gameplay, 21 April 2011
I had high hopes for this game as as it was developed by the the creators of one of my favopurite ps3 games: Heavenly Sword and i'm happy to report thgat i was overall impressed with the game but i felt it lacked the scale and epicness of Heavenly sword. The Game begins on a brilliant high with you escaping and exploding slave ship and it is here where you meet trip, a hot girl with a penchant for hacking. the opening scene alone was so brethtasking i continued playing hoping for a similar adrenaline rush but was unfortunately denied. However this was maded up brilliantly thanks to the introduction to pigsy who added so comedy onto the tale and the final boss was a brilliant spectacle to behold with a sad twist.

Gameplay in this game is a mix of action elements and button mashing to more tactical encounters using trip to create hologram decoys to distract enemies while you close in for the kill and platforming sections. i felt this to be the most weak part as the tactical scenes felt weak as the situations felt too easy once you knew the kinks of the decoy meter.Same with the combat which i felt lacked depth as the same combos strings eventually became repetetive and boring which was a shame.

overall i believe this game is worth the story alone even if the the gameplay lacks in some areas. its great to see andy sekis in the game with multiple roles and its worth it for his awesome acting.


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