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Jamie F

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (133 of 150)
Location: UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,700,419 - Total Helpful Votes: 133 of 150
Kung Fu Chaos (Xbox) by Microsoft
Kung Fu Chaos (Xbox) by Microsoft
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This game is a CLASSIC. It's brilliant: hilarious, humourous and addictive.
Starring high-kicking cartoon characters in various (often film-based) locations, this game is hugely entertaining, and has great variety in its game play.
The levels are all very well presented, and often have an amusing basis on a film - such as being on a sinking Titanic, escaping dinosaurs in Jurassic Park or aliens from Indepence Day. From the massively playable standard levels where you have to destroy many other ninjas, to the mini-games where you have to jump a rotating stick (simple yet genius multiplayer fun), catch ninjas jumping from a bar, bump other ninjas off an icicle or 'toss a princess',… Read more
Outlaw Volleyball (Xbox) by TDK
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Multiplayer fun, 9 Mar 2004
Outlaw volleyball is a good game. It's quick to pick up with simple controls, meaning players can compete relatively evenly regardless of experience - although improved timing and positioning will inevitably pay off.
The game is based on beach volleyball (although in this game, the volleyball is not necessarily played on a beach; more on this in a minute), and features 2 teams - each of 2 players, trying to get the ball to hit the ground on their opponent's side of the net.
The 'Outlaw' part of the title means the game has some wayward characters, and many of their little comments and celebrations are quite amusing. The commentary is also rather funny, although it does get… Read more
Team England Rugby: World Cup 2003: The Official A&hellip by Team England Rugby
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This book is in 11 chapters, a chapter each for the three warm up games, one for the world cup squad selection, and a chapter each for the seven world cup games. Each chapter's a quick read and (except the squad selection chapter) follows a standard pattern. A couple of pages of comments before the game, a quick highlight of the game, then a few comments from after the game. The comments are largely from Woodward and the senior players, and are the comments which were publicised in the large media coverage of the event. If you read the rugby articles in any of the main English national papers over the World Cup, you'll have read 90% of the book. Even if you hadn't, the comments soon become… Read more