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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,558,768 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 10
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not ~ Arctic Monkeys
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Well the all conquering hype machine has lead to another somewhat unjustified number one. Like many other reviewers here I agree that this isn't a bad album, its just not very good either - certainly not as good as the record sales would have you believe. The highlight is for me Bigger Boys and Stolen Sweethearts but while the 80's indie/pop beats, guitar riffs and amusing lyrics make for a decent song, its not exactly the stuff of legends. To be honest, your money would be better spent elsewhere. Stop trying to jump on the hype bandwagon and look cool because your missing out on so many better bands like The Kooks and The Strokes!
Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (PS2) by Activision
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars JANGO FETT!, 14 Jan 2003
Where do i begin?
Firstly the graphics, as with most STAR WARS games, are truly breath-taking. They are very detailed and smooth. The in-game graphics are almost as good as the cut-scenes.
Now, onto the star wars bit. I am a hardcore star wars fan and the locations and races are BRILLIANT! All the races are recognisable and the game shows us the underbelly of the Star Wars universe. It explains how Jango acquires the mighty Slave 1!
The gameplay is overall a wonderful affair. The controls are easy to get used to so you'll be backflipping into a jet-pack burst whilst shooting you two oppenents with your twin-blasters in no time.
The game is quite big but the levels are a… Read more
Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku by Namco Bandai
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars NOT BAD, 14 Jan 2003
Now, I was very impressed when i whacked this game into my GBA and watched the amazing intro taken from the popular TV series bu overall i found this was only an average game.
The graphics were very colourful and not too grainy (the main downfall of GBA games nowadays).
This RPG sees you, Goku, go on the hunt for his kidnapped son. You trek through many different worlds building you levels and solving very very easy puzzles. This is your standard RPG fare with a DBZ twist to it.
One of the main problems is the game is WAY too short and very easy. Even the bosses can be defeated without loosing a drop of health.
It has the usual - and predictable - plot of kidnapped son,… Read more

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