P. Foxton

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (146 of 170)
Birthday: 13 Sep


Top Reviewer Ranking: 62,922 - Total Helpful Votes: 146 of 170
Dance Central 2 - Kinect Compatible (Xbox 360) by Microsoft
5.0 out of 5 stars Dance Dance, 13 Oct 2013
*Please note: This is from the Xbox Marketplace Download Version*
Of all the dancing games I've ever played - including Dancing Stage Euromix on the arcades and PSX right the way through to Just Dance on the Wii, none have fixed in my mind better than the Dance Central franchise.
If you have played the first one then it is more of the same with cool songs but if you have never played it, and you like dancing games you are in for a treat.
This is a kinect game and one of the best - it scans your body to ensure you are doing the moves correctly and you can break the dances down into sections. This helps you learn them. Each dance section is a few moves and usually has a name -… Read more
Skylanders Battlegrounds: Mobile Starter Pack (App&hellip by Activision
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Skylander's Battlegrounds is yet another great way to play Skylanders and this time it's on your ipad or iphone. Complete with some Skylanders to get you going and something extra - a chest with goodies - this is a great little pack - especially so since the price has dropped. Even if you don't have the iphone - at 16 odd quid you get your money's worth with the three series 2 Skylanders who are featured in the pack. Cynder is one of my faves and Jet Vac is a cool model. Double Trouble rounds off the gang quite nicely.
The portal of power has bluetooth so you can link wirelessly to your ipad but when you buy this the game is on a card to type the code in in iTunes - so it is a… Read more
You'll Never Catch Me <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Youll-Never-Catch-Me/dp/artist-redirect/B0022SGPGQ">Steve Harwell</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
You'll Never Catch Me Steve Harwell MP3 Download
Shazam helped me track this song down when it was playing at a Jeff Dunham show.
It's a bog standard rock track with power chords and funky catchy vocal lyrics which suggest that basically we can't catch him.
If you fancy an upbeat rock song then this might excite. I quite like it and is pretty cool for driving along to.
Might be quite nice filed alongside Linkin Park or someone like POD.

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