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Batman Arkham Origins (PS3) by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
Batman Arkham Origins (PS3) by Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Too Buggy, 14 Feb 2014
Been playing for two days and just keep running into too many bugs. Tried uninstalling any Arkham Origins data from my PS3 and reinstalling, but still hitting the same bugs. The worst bug is the screen just freezing - can still access the PS3 XMB but nothing in game is responsive. Such as shame as the game did look like it was going to be fun.

To make matters worse Warner have announced they are not working on any patches, instead focusing on DLC.
Lego Batman: The Movie Dc Superheroes Unite [Blu-r&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Laura Bailey
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I managed to get a copy from a major UK supermarket (won't name names) for under £10, so Lego Batman: The Movie (with Clark Kent mini-fig) has a UK release.

The plot of the movie is the same as Lego Batman 2 (the video game), but expanded on.

Lex Luthor is running for president, and decides he and Joker should join up. Majority of the major Batman villains appear, and Batman teams up with Superman to stop the Lex and the Joker

It looks really good in High-Def. I settled down to watch it with my son and we both really enjoyed it, a really light hearted funny movie aimed at younger viewers but with enough of a… Read more
Misspent Youth by Peter F. Hamilton
Misspent Youth by Peter F. Hamilton
3.0 out of 5 stars Misspent Youth, 27 Feb 2013
I enjoyed Misspent Youth. Having read the Nights Dawn books, Commonwealth Saga and Void trilogy I think it should be pointed out that this is not standard Hamilton. This is not a far future epic science fiction book, nor a space book. It is a story set in the near future about the implications about giving a guy a second chance at having his youth back. Looking at this aspect of the story, Peter does quite well at tackling the issues of how people's perspectives change due to age and the age of others around them.

It was nice to read of the implications that "regeneration" technology may have in the future and also great to read of the beginnings of concepts later used in the… Read more

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