Andrew Golightly

Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (82 of 88)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,400,876 - Total Helpful Votes: 82 of 88
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PS2) by Rockstar
27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
The first thing that struck me with this game was the voice acting. I sat there wondering - "Is that Snoop Dogg?" - "Is that Samuel Jackson?" - yes it is. So, on the acting front, the character voices are really tops, Rockstar having pulled out all the stops to make their characters sound good.
But what about looks? Well, I bought this game along with my first PS2 console on its release date, and being a veteran of Xbox and Gamecube, the graphics were initially very underwhelming on my big TV. However, it is clear when you venture further into the game, that this game has a certain sheen that graphically gives it the advantage over the previous two installments.
There is less… Read more
Tom And Jerry: Classic Collection - Volume 5 [DVD]&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Tom and Jerry
47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The end of an era, 16 Sep 2004
I have bought every one of the DVDs in this series, up to Volume 5. Although this DVD contains some funny episodes, the cartoon duo were steadily running out of ideas, and needed (the producers thought), a new direction. We see this sudden change on this DVD, where Fred Quimby's guidance over the project is taken over.
At the beginning of the second side of the DVD, the episodes become suddenly unfunny, and seem to have *lost* any direction, rather than moving away in another. The result is that you are paying twice as much for the DVD, just to get a few decent episodes.
I can see that Fred Quimby's cartoons were slowly declining in quality, but what has happened here is… Read more
Worms 3D (Xbox) by Sega
Worms 3D (Xbox) by Sega
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I loved the original Worms and even better the sequel (and the 'upgrades' like Armageddon and World Party), and when I put the disc in the tray I thought, this is... different. Of course adding the extra dimension to the game means that the actual gameplay changes as much as the graphics. This, however, is not a bad thing but a very good thing. Should Worms 3 have been 2D, it could only have been almost exactly the same as Worms 2.
Instead, we have a very different, and very good game. I am glad that Worms has changed. If I wanted more 2D Worms I would have been perfectly happy playing No. 2 for the rest of my days. Instead, we have here an upgrade, an alternative, and a game that is… Read more

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