Tuesday Jones

Helpful votes received on reviews: 59% (44 of 74)
Location: London


Top Reviewer Ranking: 645,473 - Total Helpful Votes: 44 of 74
Boss Me-25 Guitar Effects Unit by BOSS
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Impressed, 19 Mar 2013
I specifically wanted a device that would allow me to record and mix tracks on my average (windows 8) laptop.

The Boss ME-25 caught my intention as it acts as an audio interface and comes with a light version of cakewalk sonar.

I'm not particularly technical, so very pleased to report that this device made it extremely easy - the tutorials that come with the software were essential, and easy to follow.

My first four track effort was achieved using included drum loops, two guitar loops recorded through the ME-25, and vocal track from a microphone (also recorded through the ME-25 - as a microphone pre-amp, the unit works, and result is acceptable - but… Read more
Aliens: Colonial Marines: Limited Edition (PS3) by Sega
5 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Well I liked it!, 14 Feb 2013
It's a shooter. Me, I prefer racers. But I love the Aliens film, and it's always good to have something different to play.

It's said the graphics could be better, and gameplay is a bit clunky. I don't know, those reviewers may have a point. I'm not judging this by the technical standards set by Halo or Call of Duty... both of which I've played... but neither of which I enjoyed as much.

This one is set well and truly in the world of Aliens, with mad scampering aliens to shoot with weapons I've seen on the screen, and to be honest that's just great!

From what I've seen so far, the atmosphere is exactly right. The lighting is just about good enough to see the… Read more
Primer [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Shane Carruth
Primer [DVD] DVD ~ Shane Carruth
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Primer primer, 25 May 2007
I really enjoyed this film. Not for the cinematography, plot, characterisations, or acting (all of which were at least competent), but for the 'challenge' of it.

The blurb's comparison with Donnie Darko drew me to it, indeed I hadn't even heard of it before I saw it on the shelf in the video rental shop. I read the synopsis and, intrigued, took a chance on it.

The first thing that struck me was the feeling that the viewer was being excluded from the story: rather than it being performed for my benefit, I felt like an eavesdropper. No effort was made to signpost significant development. Even while the protagonists are simplifying their theorisation on the invention to… Read more

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