Joshua Van Hooke

Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (20 of 28)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,583,826 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 28
Onesie Onezie All in One Onepiece Jumpsuit Unknown
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love my onesie!, 10 Oct 2012
OMG! Speedy-delivery, all warm and cosy, great quality and fit! Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a top-class onesie! A+++
Halo 2 by Microsoft
Halo 2 by Microsoft
15 of 22 people found the following review helpful
The new weapons added to the game are plentiful, the lock-on system for the rocket launcher is great, but apart from a few (the Covenant Carbine and the Brute Shot for example) the rest seem to act simply as filler, something to add to a sequel to make it more appealing. Also, every single weapon in Halo was effective, no matter what 2 weapons you had you could always pull something out of the bag. In Halo 2 there are certain weapons that I wouldn't even consider, they may as well not be there because they are absolutely useless. The plasma pistol used to be essential, now it's barely worth using, why remove its massive homing capabilities? In the same fashion the Needler has also been… Read more
Halo 2 by Microsoft
Halo 2 by Microsoft
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Before I start let's get one thing straight, I am a HUGE Halo fan, or at least I was. So much so, that I was utterly disappointed with its sequel. Maybe my expectations were too high? The Halo 2 I had envisaged was vast. A game that would be witness to battlefields consisting of 20 tanks per aggressor, with Banshees flying overhead and Master Chief commanding an entire army of forces. I had envisaged a game that would blend genres and drastically expand the world of MC and hence his level of interaction within it.
In a special Halo 2 edition of EDGE Magazine (Issue no 115) it touched upon the possible introduction of stealth. As a result I was hoping Halo 2 would incorporate some of… Read more