7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The Kindle version is sadly spoiled by the line numbers, which always appear indented on the following line. For example (I have to use the '~' symbol to illustrate white space here, because extra spaces in the review get deleted):
For his teeth seem for laughing round an apple.
~~~~~~~~~~~10~~~~~~~~There lurk no claws behind his fingers supple;
This is a pity, not least because it causes many lines to break unnecessarily.
Note that this is genuinely a problem with the layout of the text; setting the font size to minimum and switiching to a landscape layout, which gives ample room for each line, does nothing to solve this issue.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This is a reasonably deep turn-based strategy game based on the PS3 game of the same name (minus the 'Legends' subtitle). In essence, it is a collectable card game (like Magic the Gathering) that uses virtual cards. The main attraction for me, as a very casual player of the PS3 version, is that I can collect all (or at least a high percentage) of the cards just by playing the game (and, potentially, by trading with players over the network). Another appealing aspect is that there is no board, camera, and lighting to set up.
Upon starting the single player game, you are given the choice of one of several pre-made theme decks (a beginner's deck, and one based around each of the… Read more