Ian M Knights

"It's all in your head..."
Helpful votes received on reviews: 57% (4 of 7)
Location: Wymondham, Norfolk United Kingdom


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,412,839 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 7
The Last Man on Earth Club by Paul R. Hardy
The Last Man on Earth Club by Paul R. Hardy
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I've never bothered to write a review before, but really felt like I had to. This book is truly brilliant - and just 1.99 too. I've paid 10 for books that couldn't hold a candle to this. This is the kind of quality and originality you would expect to find in the SF Masterworks range, not some apparently obscure little budget title hidden away and easily overlooked. Make sure you do not overlook it!
Unfortunately Harold Lloyd seems to have said pretty much everything in his review that I could possibly say, so my first book review is going to be a short one. With his review in mind, all that remains for me to say is that, if you're interested enough to have read this far down the… Read more
DRIV3R (PS2) by Namco Bandai
DRIV3R (PS2) by Namco Bandai
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A seriously disappointing game unfortunately. If it didn't look so good it would be one of the poorest games I've played in a long while.
The main problems are:
1. The on-foot controls are FPS-style which works well in SOCOM, but not here. You will mainly be playing the game third-person and it just feels like you are controlling a rusty robot.
2. Considering this is supposed to be a driving game, the driving is just ridiculously difficult. This is because you only have 2 choices of views - First-person (never good in a driving game as it lacks the spatial awareness needed to drive through gaps), and the third-person view which makes the car so big on the screen that you… Read more

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