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The Inbetweeners - Series 1-3 - Complete [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Simon Bird
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I recently purchased this boxset of `The Inbetweeners' after enjoying Series 3 on TV. The show is brilliantly written by two very underrated writers and captures the carefree and sex-obsessed nature of four adolescent boys. For all those who don't know, `The Inbetweeners' follows the story of four schoolboys who are far from the most popular kids at school and are not quite absolute outcasts either (hence the name `The Inbetweeners').

They include Will (Simon Bird), the nerdy protagonist of the show who was moved from his posh private school to the local comprehensive, Rudge Park, and struggles to adapt from his upper-class upbringing, Simon (Joe Thomas), one of the more normal… Read more
Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep (Wii) by Nintendo
92 of 95 people found the following review helpful
The principle of 'Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep' remains the same as its predecessor; you take the role of a diver who must explore, excavate and discover various seas and oceans and their contents. The story follows your quest for the mysterious 'Song of the Dragons' with fellow divers Jean-Eric and Oceane. Although most features of the game remain the same as 'Endless Ocean', there are many major changes:

1) The most noticeable difference is the massively increased range of play. Unlike the first game, in which you could only explore one large area, you can now explore seven medium-sized areas, all in different locations including the North and South Poles, the Amazon… Read more
An Arctic Tale (Wii) by Zushi Games Ltd
An Arctic Tale (Wii) by Zushi Games Ltd
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I bought this game after enjoying the film of the same name, and after it being recommended by Amazon. I should have read the early warning signs, the fact that it is made by a company I didn't know and games based on films are usually rubbish, but I gave it a go anyway.

The game revolves around the lives of an arctic fox and a polar bear as they mature and become adults. The player hunts animals and carries out various tasks. If the player wishes to switch from one animal to the next, they must go through an arc of stone and start controlling the other animal.

I have several problems with this game. Firstly, do not believe the description on the back cover: "Take the… Read more