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Assassin's Creed - Directors Cut Edition (PC DVD) by Focus Multimedia Ltd
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I missed Assassin's Creed the first time around, but I'm quite glad I finally got around to it as it's certainly a unique experience that's good, if flawed.

The plot is intriuging and very compelling, based on both the assassin Altair's quest to rid the Crusades-era Middle East of nine or so villians along with interludes where a shadowy corporation aims to find out a mysterious piece of information by forcing the assassin's decesdent, Desmond, to relive the genetic memory of his ancestor's murderous saga using a hi-tech contraption for some dire purpose.

AC, for the most part, is a free-roaming sandbox with you largely left to find your way in each city in the same… Read more
Mass Effect (PC DVD)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Ever since I finished playing the masterful Baldur's Gate II, I've been longing for another epic, worthy Bioware RPG and I must say that Mass Effect comes fairly close. Set in Bioware's self-created space opera universe, which features an incredible amount of depth and character, you play as prominent human military agent Commander Shepard. The story is suitably epic, with what begins as a hunt for a mysterious, rogue agent ends in a mission with galactic consequences. Whilst the plot seems a little vague in the beginning, it pays off big style at the end.

Probably the most interesting thing about Mass Effect is the combat - the blend of a third-person action game with cool… Read more
Forget & Not Slow Down ~ Relient K
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Forget and Not Slow Down marks something of a departure for Relient K, but one that feels entirely natural and most welcome. This time around the band has a mature, somewhat original and highly refined sound. The power and energy of their previous punky, rocky efforts can still be found here, along with the occasional return to the more bluegrass sound of the The Bird and the Bee Sides EP but everything seems to have been taken to the next level. Matt T's vocals are better here than ever before, with silky smooth lyrics that hold up extremely well, along with some nice guest vocalists to add a little spice.

Gone are the jokey or super-upbeat moments of Five Score (though… Read more

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