Mr. P. Gascoyne

"Velvet"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 66% (19 of 29)
Location: England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,753,490 - Total Helpful Votes: 19 of 29
Need for Speed: The Run (PS3) by Electronic Arts
Need for Speed: The Run (PS3) by Electronic Arts
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars So disappopinted..., 4 Jan 2012
I have not written a review in years on Amazon but was so disappointed with the game that I felt compelled to. As a genuine NFS fan, spanning back to Hot Pursuit on the PS2 I have played all titles in that time, HP2 being absolutely fantastic, Drift and The Run not so.

The graphics are, in fairness, excellent on the game, reproducing the level of detail in the cars and the scenery to excellent effect. it runs very smoothly and indeed is very easy on the eyes.

Unfortunately the game is let down by the gameplay, which pretty much constitutes the entire thing! The handling on the previous NFS game was superb, drifting was simple and fun, very smooth etc but on this it is… Read more
In Search Of Sunrise 4: Latin America ~ Tiesto
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh Yes..., 27 May 2007
(Note - this review apples to the double I.S.O.S. 4 album)

Ok, to start, I have I have all 5 "In Search Of Sunrise" albums as well as nearly ALL Paul van Dyk, Euphorias, (bar the hard house and chilled ones) Armin Van Buurens and about 70% of Tiesto's albums. I only mention this as it annoys me so much when I read reviews that slag off albums I love from people that know nothing...

Anyway, back to topic. I must say, this is definately the best one of the 5.(I'm a big fan of the sort of trance with beautiful piano parts and no beat - you know the sort)

It's worth buying for the first 10 tracks on CD1 alone (applies to the double album). Very rarely, if ever… Read more
In Search of Sunrise 4: Mixed By Tiesto ~ Various Artists
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh Yes..., 27 May 2007
Ok, to start, I have I have all 5 "In Search Of Sunrise" albums as well as nearly ALL Paul van Dyk, Euphorias, (bar the hard house and chilled ones) Armin Van Buurens and about 70% of Tiesto's albums. I only mention this as it annoys me so much when I read reviews that slag off albums I love from people that know nothing...

Anyway, back to topic. I must say, this is definately the best one of the 5.(I'm a big fan of the sort of trance with beautiful piano parts and no beat - you know the sort)

It's worth buying for the first 10 tracks on CD1 alone (applies to the double album). Very rarely, if ever (the only other album this applies to is the original Euphoria album,… Read more

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