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Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (31 of 38)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,339,221 - Total Helpful Votes: 31 of 38
DIGIFLEX 3 Port HDMI Full HD 1080P v1.3 Switch Spl&hellip by Digiflex
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This switch was exactly what I needed, my tv only has 2 hd connectors on it and with the Sky, the DVD player, my media player and video games unit all using HDMI leads it was getting a pain having to swap leads everytime. Picture quality is totally fine, and delivery was extremely quick - 5 stars all round from me
Airline Tycoon 2 (PC DVD) by Kalypso Media
Airline Tycoon 2 (PC DVD) by Kalypso Media
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Big Disappointment, 29 Oct 2011
After playing the orinal Airline Tycoon and the add on versions, I was really looking forward to Airline Tycoon 2. The original Airline Tycoon may of been basic, but for me that was part of the appeal - it was easy to find your way around, and whilst it did have many flaws, there was enough there to keep me entertained for hours. Unfortunately as other people have already said, pretty much every single good bit of the original game has been removed. The graphics are an improvememt on the original version, but you have to wait whilst every single room you enter loads. Another really annoying feature is that when your character is speaking to another in-game character you have to click on the… Read more
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (PC DVD) by Electronic Arts
I've been a big fan of Red Alert 1 and 2 in the past, and finally got round to playing on Red Alert 3 after holding back getting it. For me a big draw of the first 2 Red Alert games were that they were relatively simple and easy to play and control the units. In Red Alert 3 that seems to have been lost and everything has been made more complicated. Some units now have 2 powers, which you can change between, however trying to remmeber what each unit does etc is a bit of a handful, and the difference in control styles to the first 2 versions make things even more awkward to remember. I just haven't found as much enjoyment as I do when playing Red Alert2. It seems that EA buying Westwood was a… Read more