Eddy Reynolds

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (36 of 54)
Location: Nottingham, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,424,059 - Total Helpful Votes: 36 of 54
Pretty. Odd. ~ Panic! at the Disco
Pretty. Odd. ~ Panic! at the Disco
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Although plausable, I cannot comprehend some of the negative feedback this album has recieved thus far. It is on the exterior that Panic At The Disco have changed - their overall sound has altered so drastically that the small-minded will cast it aside without a second-thought. It is when you dig deep, into the lyrics that you realise Panic At The Disco's genius still remains. The very essense of every song emphasises their change and I don't think they could have done a better job with the transition. Pretty. Odd. - a masterful ensemble of of subtle intrumental techniques and fanstastic lyrical genius. (Y)
"The Lord of the Rings" Weapons and Warfare by Chris M. M. Smith
Aside from my cheesy headline, this book can be represented quite nicely! I'm a big LOTR fan (books/films alike) and to the extent of Peter Jackson's trilogy this book captures relative information in quite suprising depth. However, this information as I have said has noticably been based on the films - if you are a hard-core Tolkien fan you may become a little frustrated by the lack of information and what has been stated about the various bit'n bobs throughout 'The Lord of the Rings: Weapons and Warfare'. I have also noticed that the book has been rather poorly put together and the fact that it is only available in paper-back doesn't help either - pages will begin to simply fall out and… Read more
Fable: The Lost Chapters - Best of Classics (Xbox) by Microsoft
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Well, where do I start? The game itself has now had 3 editions, the original 'Fable' followed by 'Fable - The Lost Chapters' (Classics range) and is now included in (which comes as no suprise to me)the 'Best of' section of the Classics range.

- This game is phenominal. The story is so in depth and the possibilities are endless! Good or Evil - for those of you that hadn't played the original Fable these are the two choices that face you whilst you play. Will you lead a heroic onslaught of all that is evil in the world? Or will you pursue all that is pure and good, destroying, and creating a reign of terror along your way? The choice is yours. Anyway, onto the storyline - which I… Read more

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