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Helpful votes received on reviews: 61% (54 of 88)
Location: Alabama, Texas
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,459,562 - Total Helpful Votes: 54 of 88
Holy Bible [NKJV] by Thomas Nelson Publishers
Holy Bible [NKJV] by Thomas Nelson Publishers
37 of 57 people found the following review helpful
This book is a must read for anybody interested in How the World Was Made. It chronicles in excellent detail the creation of our World, our Universe and Everything. The characters depicted in the book truly come to life in ways one couldn't possibly imagine, the section about Easter especially coming to mind. Although there are some parts that don't necessarily make sense to everyone, such as the Apocalypse, Hell and sins, the book is in all a heartwarming read. Finally, if you enjoyed this book, then I must recommend the second book in the series entitled 'The Holy Khoran'
Halo: Combat Evolved (PC CD) by Microsoft
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Truth be told, I wasn't a fan of the X-Box version, so really you couldn't expect me to be a fan of - essentially the same game just with a mouse and keyboard and a decidedly dodgy framerate.
I own an Athlon 2ghz with 512mb ram and a GF4Ti. This game should run fine at full detail... it doesn't exactly look the part anyway. Postal 2 looks prettier in places! Anyway, on with the grinding criticism...
The first thing you'll notice is that you can only carry two weapons at a time - this is, after some debate in my opinion a good tactical choice, it forces you to economise and besides, if you had all the guns you'd only notice how similar and boring they all were anyway. Assault… Read more
Millennium ~ Front Line Assembly
Millennium ~ Front Line Assembly
This album proved a shock to many FLA fans as it was the first [and only] FLA album to rely so heavily on guitars to create its songs. This is without doubt the heaviest FLA album, but certainly not bad because of it, the distorted guitars and raw screaming through vocoders may not sound overly complex, but the trademark FLA synth drums and use of samples from films remains. Leebs's vocals are as punchy and angry as ever but never seem to feel pretentious. The albums songs cover the usual FLA territory of psychic terror, such as the opening track Vigilante telling the story of one mans descent into hateful Vengeance. This album may be hard to get into at first, on my first listen it felt as… Read more

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