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The Walkers of Legend (The Walkers of Legend Serie&hellip by Miles Allen
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 5 July 2012
I met Miles Allen by chance in my local bookstore where he was signing copies of his book The Walkers Of Legend. In conversation he compared his book to the works of Tolkien and Gemmell and I was immediately interested. With a huge pile of books waiting to be read I put off buying his book until I had got through some of them. I also took some time to check out some of the online reviews which were all exceptional. In fact the reviews were so positive I doubted the legitimacy of them... I finally downloaded the book for my Kindle and got started.

The story itself follows the exploits of a young woodsman called Garamon who randomly meets up with a Ranger and then later a band of… Read more
Rayman Origins (PS3) by Ubisoft
Rayman Origins is one of the best platform games I have played (and I've played a lot). From the moment I picked up the control pad everything just felt right. The controls are responsive, the artwork is fantastic (it's all hand drawn) and the music has a real charm to it. In fact I have very little to criticise the game for.

Rayman Origins follows the usual 2D platformer rules in that you run from left to right avoiding obstacles and punching/jumping on bad guys while trying to reach the end of the level. Once you reach the end you obtain an Electoon. When you collect enough of these you unlock later levels and new playable characters. There are between three and six Electoons… Read more
Rayman Origins (PS Vita) by Ubisoft
Rayman Origins is one of the best platform games I have played (and I've played a lot). From the moment I picked up the control pad (I originally bought it for PS3) everything just felt right. The controls are responsive, the artwork is fantastic (it's all hand drawn) and the music has a real charm to it. In fact I have very little to criticise the game for.

Rayman Origins follows the usual 2D platformer rules in that you run from left to right avoiding obstacles and punching/jumping on bad guys while trying to reach the end of the level. Once you reach the end you obtain an Electoon. When you collect enough of these you unlock later levels and new playable characters. There are… Read more

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