Michael Badu

Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (116 of 185)
Location: London


Top Reviewer Ranking: 51,100 - Total Helpful Votes: 116 of 185
The Stones of Ferdinand Pouillon: An Alternative M&hellip by Adam Caruso
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not definitive, 20 Jan 2014
Let me start this review by writing that I was so disappointed with the book that I sent it back. Fernand Pouillon is not a well known architect but a quick web-search revealed him to be an immensely interesting one. This promised to be the first English monograph on him. Be warned, it isn't really that. It focuses on only a fraction of a career that lasted about 60 years and it focuses only on some French urban projects. Even these projects it covers in a stylised 'edited' fashion. It tries to provide an 'experience' of his architecture in book form and fails (as it must). The photographs are deliberately fragmented compositionally (although they are very nice) and therefore not… Read more
Lost Planet 2 (PS3) by Capcom
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars For Big TV's only!, 26 Aug 2013
This is one of the few co-op two player games for the PS3. Also it's a pretty much a straightforward kill bad guys and pick up cool weapons sort of a game. I bought it for these two reasons and it certainly delivers. I don't like the new trend for immersive online game playing I'm happy for an old fashioned arcade experience that I can dip in and out of. This is great for that.

However the co-op screen set up is a little strange there is a seprate map for each player (that you really need) and that leaves a very small portion of the screen for each playe once the screen is split.
Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 ~ Johann Sebastian Bach
Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 ~ Johann Sebastian Bach
Let me say that I'm no classical music or Bach afficionado, but Gould playing these archtypal Bach melodies has me absolutely spellbound!