Steven Moses

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (539 of 680)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,963,831 - Total Helpful Votes: 539 of 680
Fallout 3 (PC) by Bethesda
Fallout 3 (PC) by Bethesda
3 of 12 people found the following review helpful
It's Friday........bought Fallout 3 for my almost brand spanking new laptop on Wednesday. In 2 days I have:

Scoured the net for help in getting the game to not crash at the first screen

Learnt about audio and video codecs, ffdshow (and how to configure it), drivers,3.5 .net Framework amongst other things

Installed/uninstalled the game 3 times

Realised that literally hundreds of people have had problems with this game from freezing to crashing to glitches and sometimes a combination of all of them and that for the lucky few the patches downloaded off the developer's website solve some of the problems.

I've read the manual......the game… Read more
TomTom ONE Great Britain GPS (with Bluetooth) by TomTom
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Great piece of kit that is very easy to operate. Never had any problems with it after downloading extras like novelty voices and using the tomtom home website. Just stick in the postcode etc and away you go. For a non-map reader like me that travels all over it's been a godsend. Would have been a 5 but its let me down once on the road once. Needed to reset it 20 mins into a journey from Somerset to Manchester and nothing fits that little reset hole quite like an unwound paperclip so I keep one in my car nowadays! Another small gripe: like a lot of products these days it doesn't come with a case and you really do need a case for it. Halfords etc are flogging them for £20 and to be… Read more
Cemetery Man (Dellamorte Dellamore) [Spanish Impor&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Rupert Everett
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Existentialist Horror, 8 Oct 2006
This wonderful and very odd movie turned up on C4 a few years ago and hasn't been seen before or since. Definitely a cult classic, it fits the genre of a low budget, European schlock horror movie and will appeal to fans of that type of late night, back-from-the-pub kebab and chips offering. Francesco Delamorte (Everett)is a custodian of an Italian graveyard, burying the dead during the day and despatching them again at night with a variety of weapons in increasingly bizarre fashion ably assisted by the Igor-like Gnaghi (Hadji-Lazaro). Needless to say, he's getting cheesed off with this until the story takes a twist when he falls in love with a beautiful, nameless woman (Falchi) who… Read more

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