C. Buck

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (938 of 1,019)
Location: UK
In My Own Words:
Trying my hand at writing reviews here. I like a bit of everything including Xbox, all types of music and most sports.

 

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HTC One X 32GB Sim Free Smartphone - White by HTC
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Introduction

HTC have been one of leading manufacturers of Android and Windows powered smartphones since the end of the last decade. Historically, the Taiwanese hardware manufacturer has released several different styles of handsets each year, meaning that consumers were often left confused as to which was the most up to date flagship device. HTC have taken this criticism onboard and have announced that their policy now will be to concentrate on quality rather than quantity.

The new HTC flagship device, the One X was greeted with much excitement when it was announced in February 2012 but would this be the device to resurrect HTC as a company and cement Androids place… Read more
L.A. Noire (Xbox 360) by Take 2 Interactive
L.A. Noire (Xbox 360) by Take 2 Interactive
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
==Introduction==

LA Noire is the new adventure thriller from Australian software house, Team Bondi and creator of the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption series, Rockstar Games. You assume the role of ex Army soldier, Cole Phelps who is embarking on a new career with the LAPD after leaving the army after World War II. The aim of the game is to get promoted to the top job in the police force and the way to do this is by solving numerous crimes in 1947 Los Angeles.

Games players who are expecting LA Noire to be an unofficial GTA 5 are going to be disappointed as although the 2 games may look similar, the gameplay couldn't be further apart. Whereas GTA is what is… Read more
Kinect Sports - Kinect Required (Xbox 360) by Microsoft
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
==Introduction==

The arrival of Xbox Kinect in November 2010 was eagerly anticipated by gamesplayers around the globe. One of the initial release titles which most people were interested to play was Kinect Sports, purely out of curiosity to see how it matched up to the highly acclaimed and extremely addictive Wii Sports. If Kinect Sports was to prove a hit then it would need to match Wii Sports on enjoyment but surpass it in terms of gameplay.

Kinect Sports allows you to participate in six disciplines, namely football, table tennis, beach volleyball, bowling, boxing and track and field which itself is broken down into five events. The first thing to note here is that… Read more

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