Mr. Luke Harrington

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (61 of 72)
Location: Cardiff, Wales
 

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The Afterman: Ascension (Digipak) ~ Coheed and Cambria
The Afterman: Ascension (Digipak) ~ Coheed and Cambria
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Coheed and Cambria are back! Two and a half years after the release of the much maligned (unfairly so in my opinion) Year of the Black Rainbow comes the release of their new album, part one of a proposed double album entitled The Afterman: Ascension. Can it live up to fan expectations, or has the story gone too far?

This review is really one for the fans, those who know Coheed's prior material and understand the comparisons made. However, I will say that if anyone is a fan of the prog-rock, metal or even emo rock, (as mentioned by the other reviewer), then you'll certainly get a kick out of this.

Ascension kicks off, like every Coheed album before it with an… Read more
The Last Story (Wii) by Nintendo
The Last Story (Wii) by Nintendo
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Last Story review, 13 Mar 2012
I am an avid gamer. I love video games. I have been playing them and loving them since I was five years old, and continue to play and love them 16 years later. I however must admit to not being a massive fan of the traditional console JRPG. While I have played the odd one here and there, it's never been a genre I've avidly played or been consumed by. At least, that was until recently. After the hype last year for Xenoblade Chronicles, generated in no small part by it's (at the time) lack of release date in America, I decided to take the plunge. And over the course of the 60 plus hour gameplay experience I was hooked. I enjoyed it immensely, and couldn't wait for the localisation of… Read more
Killzone 3 - Move Compatible (PS3) by Sony
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
So, two short years after the release of Killzone 2 comes Guerrilla Games follow up Killzone 3. However, does it shine as brightly as it's prequel or is this an overrated bookend to the franchise?

Killzone 3 picks up immediately after the end of Killzone 2. (Spoilers for KZ2). Having just shot Helghan Autarch Scholar Visari, Rico along with Sev and led by Captain Narville attempts to enact a desperate exit strategy from Helghan. However, things go awry, Sev and Rico are seperated and the ISA are stranded on Helghan for 6 months in an increasingly hopeless fight to survive.

At the same time two feuding Helghans, General Orlock (played by Ray Winstone) and Chairman… Read more