A. R. Munro

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (4 of 4)
Location: Edinburgh, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,724,175 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 4
Creative HS800 Fatal1ty Gaming Headset with Detach&hellip by Creative Labs
The sound is decent enough, as is the microphone quality. Neither are outstanding but both adequately perform for a gaming headset. It's somewhat tight at first but I ended up finding it quite comfortable. Unfortunately, the speakers in it broke after only a few months making them unusable without speakers or a different pair of headphones. The microphone continues to work but it just doesn't seem like this is a headset that will really last. I don't seem to be alone in my experience.
Valkyria Chronicles (PS3) by Sega
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unique, 6 April 2011
If you've got CoD10 but don't have this, you are why we can't have nice things. tl;dr, it's the most interesting game that I feel this generation has to offer (at least on this console) and if you haven't bought it, you should ridicule yourself in the mirror. I should note that this game doesn't have trophy support. If this really breaks the sale for you, I am disappoint.

Anyway, it turns out two clichés make something really original. WW2 game + anime, that is. The premise of the game is that you're on Europa in 1935 as a mad dictator storms in with tanks, doing a touch of ethnic cleansing as he proceeds. Subtle, right? Naturally, it is up to you to administer the boot to… Read more
Let's Learn Hiragana: First Book of Japanese Writi&hellip by Yasuko Kosaka Mitamura
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
As someone at the very start of my studies in this language, learning the new scripts seemed daunting and I wondered how on Earth I could remember all of the characters. This workbook somehow made it easily done within a couple of weeks of very light study. While it may suit some to go on the internet and use sites for it, I found that the practice given in this book and the help it gives to a poor penman like myself could not be substituted for some Flash application or the like. The exercises involve simply writing out the hiragana, then using them in words, then later using them in sentences (while teaching you very basic punctuation and grammar) and even a wordsearch. Definitely nothing… Read more