J. Sutton

"J.Sutton"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (5 of 5)
Location: UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,857,668 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 5
Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway (Xbox 360) by Ubisoft
4.0 out of 5 stars Not Bad, 17 Oct 2008
I am a new Xbox 360 owner and I received this game bundled with the console. Though I have only recently acquired the 360 I have played multiple first-person shooters on the next-gen consoles (including Call Of Duty 4, Rainbow Six and Rainbow Six Vegas etc).

The thing that strikes me the most about this game is the egregious story that has been clumsily tangled into the game. Right from the beginning it never really makes much sense and gradually gets worse and worse by the cumulative adhesion of incoherent flash backs and cut-scenes -- it's too complicated for its own good and only succeeds in distancing the player from the action.

That said, graphically this game is… Read more
Elvis and the Memphis Mafia by Alanna Nash
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Read, 9 Aug 2008
Elvis and the Memphis Mafia is a book easily capable of satisfying Elvis fans - the strength of this book lies in the sheer amount of fresh information and the simple approach with which it's delivered. The book is basically comprised of transcribed conversations with the "Memphis Mafia" - Elvis' famed band of associates that were with the Rock `n' Roll superstar throughout most of his amazing career. With the information being supplied by members of Elvis' entourage the book flows with an air of authenticity and succeeds in painting a realistic picture of the veritable icon we now call "the King". Wrapped up within the 700+ pages are moments of humour, poignancy, intrigue and candour… Read more
Dark Angel (Angel Mountain Saga 3) by Brian John
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 12 July 2007
This is the third instalment of the fantastic "Angel Mountain" saga. This contribution I found very entertaining; from early into this book, an enigmatic addition known as the "nightwalker" adds that piece of flare that was absent within the last instalment. From very early on I felt compelled to try and work out both the purpose and the identity of this mysterious character. On realising that I could not fit the relevant jigsaw pieces together I eagerly read onwards seeking to satisfy my growing curiosity.

What is interesting is the way in which the reader feels almost like a closely related addition to Martha's being, and how reading the story genuinely evokes feelings that… Read more