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Batman: Arkham City (PS3) by Warner Bros. Interactive
Batman: Arkham City (PS3) by Warner Bros. Interactive
4.0 out of 5 stars Batman Arkham City, 20 Nov 2011
Like everyone else, I loved Arkham Asylum. It was fun, the design was cool and Batman wasn't as cheesy as most previous games have made him. While Arkham City had a lot to live up to, Im not surprised that it is such a great game. I'm quite a few hours in, and being a fan of the comics, I'm loving the way I can explore Jim Lee's vision of the Batman universe. If you're a fan of the Hush series, you'll recognise the pulp action and noir style that made the storyline so enjoyable. And the character designs are actually really good. Whether or not you think the Heath Ledger Joker is the best, I really really like the posh, intelligent and kind of camp 'Mister J' in the game. And walking around… Read more
Golden Sun (GBA) by Nintendo
Golden Sun (GBA) by Nintendo
Golden Sun is by now a GBA classic, unsurpassed in how well it has held up since its release. My first experiences of the game were a month after it came out, to huge fanboy anticipation. Sadly, the game dissapointed me with its long cutscenes and overly tragic storyline. It meant that I would go on to avoid Golden Sun for two years, and by that time I had become a seasoned RPG player having ventured through Spira and Gaia in most of the Final Fantasy titles and spent endless hours on Chrono Trigger. The atmosphere and emotion of these games made Golden Sun look mild in comparison and so the Shoot-em-up fan attitude used during my first venture of the game had clearly shadowed a credible… Read more
The Thing [Blu-ray] [Region Free] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Kurt Russell
The Thing [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Blu-ray ~ Kurt Russell
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
First of all, the film gets 5/5 alone, HD or not. The story is really subtle and cool, plenty of tension and depth. The snowy world Kurt Russell and gang inhabit is well developed as a claustrophobic character in its own right.
As for the transfer, I own the DVD and it isn't a notch on this. I saw it in Film class at school on a giant projector so just know that I'm basing this on that experience. And what an experience! This is miles better than DVD, the clear lines, the glow of the snow, the effects having a more realistic feel... everything ties together so much better. I recommend you pick up this film on Sony's format.

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