Mr. M. Upcraft

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (10 of 11)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,393,835 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 11
Postal 2: Share the Pain 2in1 Combo (PC) by Zushi Games Ltd
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is the most violent game you can think of, it makes certain american lawyers cry (clue: it rhymes with Thack Jomson). Basically you live for a week in the life of Mr P. Dude, doesn't sound very interesting you say? Well theres a catch: Choice, instead of giving you a set way through the game you are given a list of chores to complete. You can go about these tasks however you want or even ignore them completely. Choice really comes into play with the violence you can play through the game only ever killing those who are labeled as bad guys or go...well, postal and kill everyone. There are only around 12 weapons with postal 2 but many more can be added, examples of added weapons include… Read more
Dead Leaves [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Hiroyuki Imaishi
Dead Leaves [DVD] DVD ~ Hiroyuki Imaishi
5.0 out of 5 stars Short and nasty, 9 April 2006
Who comes up with this stuff? A guy with a TV for a head? another with a drill where *ahem* another...part of his anatomy should be? Nightmare! Somehow though this film works, its naughty, incredibly gory, stupid, and really funny.The art style is fantastic too. The only downside is that its only 60 minutes long. Another top film from Manga, probably might want to avoid eating while watching it though.
Worms: Open Warfare (Nintendo DS) by THQ
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Still Great, 9 April 2006
Worms Open Warfare on the DS has one major flaw, it only has 23 weapons, far less than previous worms games, I mean, where is the napalm strike? the donkey or letter bombs? With that out of the way I can tell you that the game still has plenty of pros, the main one being that it uses the touch screen well without it seeming like a gimmick. Simple weapon selections and menu navigation isnt exactly ground breaking but being able to scroll around the map with the stylus is pretty neat.
The graphics as you would expect arent groundbreaking, in fact it looks like Worms has done since Worms 2 in the 90's but this game has never been about form over substance and at its heart is the same… Read more