Mark Watkins

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (34 of 40)
Location: Roskilde, Denmark


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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PC DVD) by Warner Bros. Interactive
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (PC DVD) by Warner Bros. Interactive
0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Appalling:, 3 Jan 2014
I can only echo previous reviewers in confirming that the drawbacks of this product BY FAR outweigh any positive aspects it may have.

First, the setup: Unlike most other games, inserting the product DVD that you have purchased does not actually allow you to install the game. It simply forces you to a website where you must create an account with something called 'Steam'. This process failed, and so it took 30 minutes of web searching to find out how to rescue a failed account setup process.

Second, the installation of the game: Next, you would expect the DVD to actually install the game, but no. Your steam account now DOWNLOADS the game from the Steam website. In our… Read more
Bedsit Disco Queen: How I grew up and tried to be &hellip by Tracey Thorn
A wonderful insight into a fascinating career and a worthy companion to Ben Watt's brilliant mini-biography 'Patient'. Tracey brings the 80s and 90s music scene to life with a sharp eye and a wry wit. Thoroughly enjoyable. It only made me love her songs all the more for understanding their inspirations and backdrop.
THE WITNESS by James Jauncey
THE WITNESS by James Jauncey
This is a roller-coaster adventure story which, in itself, provides a satisfying and enjoyable read. I think the comparison, made by reviewers of the print version, to the classic tales of John Buchan (The 39 Steps in particular) is an apt one. I couldn't leave the book alone for long without being drawn back by curiosity about what would happen next. What I enjoyed the most though was the author's affectionate and warm style of writing. It's clear he cares for the main characters a great deal and this sympathetic and almost paternal approach to telling the story makes you care about them too. In summary, a thrilling, fast-paced read with moments of touching poignancy that are to be… Read more