First, I just want to say that this review is my 100% honest opinion on FFVII. I never bought the game upon its release, having been too young at the time too understand how to work RPG games like Final Fantasy, but was so captivated by Final Fantasy X when I got it for Christmas 2006 (I decided to try an old PS2 game) that it led me to buying this game.
I never knew anything about the hype for this game; I had only heard of its 'legendary' status through one of my FF-lovin' friends, and was convinced to give this game a try since I enjoyed FFX so much. I knew nothing of the graphics, the story, the music etc.
So, I got home after buying it, and entered Disk 1 into my… Read more
Halo 3 was always hyped up to be the greatest game ever to be released on the 360, and for that simple reason the game was never going to live up to the expectations. However, putting aside the hype, Halo 3 is definetely one of the better games on the 360, ranking up there with Bioshock, Dead Rising and Gears of War.
I'll start with the most obvious: the graphics. Halo 3 has been criticised greatly for not using the 360's graphical power to its advantage, however in comparison to most other shooters Halo does have some beautiful art and imagery. Halo 3 has some amazing locations, and the graphics of the sun as it pours down and glistens across your weapons in the… Read more
I've had the movies for just under a year now but I am not yet bored of it...and I don't even have the expansion. I just keep finding new scenes that make my movies more interesting and not repetetive. I am currently working on my trilogy of mixed sci-fi/action called Space. The story is quite good due to the VAST amount of scenes there are. There could maybe be a few more sets or options. But the rest of the game is brilliant. You should just go on the 'sandbox' mode. This avoids the tycoon part of the game and mainly focuses on making films, however you want.
There are tons of costumes. More for men than women but still, there are a lot.