Maxwell Edison

"maxwelledison123"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (149 of 182)
Location: England (UK)
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 174,834 - Total Helpful Votes: 149 of 182
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicor&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Daniel Craig
112 of 124 people found the following review helpful
I'll explain my review title later, but first, a quick summary:

Animation 10/10:
Possibly the best animation I have ever seen. The facial expressions, character movement, and the motion of clothing to wind, rain / character movement are outstanding. The crisp details of each scene were wonderful, as were the light and shade effects. There are people who are better qualified to make more specific comments relating to rendering and contrast etc. so I will leave that them.

Action 10/10:
Lots of it, really fast and with lots to take in and gasp at, but greatly tempered with the important slower scenes, used to explain plot progression. Certainly this is where… Read more
Kingston Technology Micro SDHC 16GB Memory Card by Kingston
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I removed the memory card from the packaging, put it in my Blackberry phone then, using a laptop, transferred all of my favourite songs, some AVI's and lots of pictures to the phone.

I also checked the memory card for space, pre-transfer of data, and it was showing around 15.2000 GB approx. Have been using the memory card for a month now and all is fine, with no loss of data.

Given the low cost of the memory card, I am very pleased with its performance and have recommended it to friends who have the same phones.
Shutter Island (PC DVD) by Mastertronic Ltd
Shutter Island (PC DVD) by Mastertronic Ltd
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Having played some of the other 'City Interactive' games, such as the 'Art of Murder' series, I was really looking forward to at least the same kind of quality in this game, but what a pathetic release this has turned out to be. Finding lots of objects in a room which have no real use, other than to keep the same-mini game, repeated in each room / location, going throughout the game is really tedious.

There are only a few times when you collect objects for use in some scene interactions, and you never get to combine objects as a means to solve a problem. No dialogue is included in the game either, which tends to indicate the whole thing is nothing more than a movie tie-in… Read more