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Lenovo IdeaPad S10e Netbook 1GB 160GB Windows XP (&hellip by Lenovo
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Hard as it is to believe, I bought the S10e for its looks. As a long term thinkpad user, I like my gadjets to look as black and featureless as possible. On this front the S10e certainly delivers; with a pleasantly minimalist design, relatively free of the usual excesses of chrome and mirror-finish surfaces that seem to mar most late naughties product designs.

Other than the tasteful design, this netbook also offers a 'fastboot' boot loader, bluetooth, a handy 4-in-1 card reader and a PC-card slot to attempt to seperate it from the rest of the (now sizeable) 160GB-HD/1GB-RAM/1Ghz-Atom pack.

On a positive note.. everything works pretty much like its supposed to out of… Read more
Shenmue II (Xbox) by Microsoft
Shenmue II (Xbox) by Microsoft
3 of 11 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Aging fast..., 30 Jan 2004
ShenmueII is not all its cracked up to be. When Shenmue was originaly released for the Dreamcast it was something of a revelation. Its a game of commendable scope with good presentation. Unfortunately its lofty ideals have been better implemented since, chiefly in the development of the 3D-Role Plaing Game (RPG)genre.
Shenmue game puts you in the sneakers of one Ryo Hazuki, a Japanese boy in Hong Kong circa 1987. Ryo's on a bit of a revenge quest, and gets mixed up with local street gangs and kung-fu enthusiasts on his path through the game. The Hong Kong setting is lovingly portrayed in full 3D, and the game features dynamic NPC's that wonder about and give a realistic feel to the… Read more
Tao Feng: Fist of the Lotus (Xbox) by Microsoft
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad at all.., 13 May 2003
Tao Feng is a rather nice little fighting game that happens to be the first release from developers Studio Gigante. Although the lack of cinematics and other fluff belies its first release heritage.. the actual gameplay and in-game presentation is flawless.
With only 12 character to choose from.. its just as well that the vast majority are pretty cool to play. The usual fighting game archytypes are all here.. wise old chinese dood.. check. Bruce Lee avenger type.. check. Large wrestler type.. check. Well endowed high kicking females.. check check check!
Via the somewhat plain looking menu interface, you can choose to play in Quest (Story), Survival, Verses, Team Battle, Tournament… Read more

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