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Pole Position 2010 (PC DVD) by Kalypso Media
Pole Position 2010 (PC DVD) by Kalypso Media
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful, 7 Aug 2010
This game has clearly not been developed very well, not been thought through very well, put together poorly, not tested or tweeked.

It is simply an update from RTM Manager a few years ago released in Germany. The developer's have release 3 patches but say there are no more to come.

There are MASSIVE flaws with this game.

If you are one of these people, like me who look at 1 star games and think, alright, I'll get it and I bet it isn't that bad. TRUST ME, this one will disappoint you because IT IS THAT BAD.

Shame on you Kalypso.
Total Club Manager 2004 Classic (PC) by Electronic Arts
5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Shocking, 18 Feb 2005
How people can get paid to make a game, then these people pay other people to test it and it still have some shocking flaws is unbelievable. EA Sports should be doing better. I have been with the TCM/FA Premier League Manager series since it started and have bought it every year. This, however, is my final purchase. Why? The interface is OK, similar to its predecessors and the out of game realism is good. But why oh why is 3D Match so rubbish??? I have never seen such shambolic garbage in my life!!! There are huge flaws in this mode which is my personal favourite. I am note sure how good the 2005 version is but it surely, surely has to be better than this tripe.
Peter Kay: That Peter Kay Thing [DVD] [2000] <b>DVD</b> ~ Peter Kay
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pre-Phoenix Nights, 29 Nov 2004
I remember this series going out way before Phoenix Nights and to my amazement nobody seemed to have seen it before the Phoenix was opened. I was delighted when I heard that this DVD was coming out because it shows Peter Kay in another situation other than in his wheelchair as Brian Potter.
Basically it is a spoof documentary series broadcast during the height of pointless documentaries. It features the fore runner to Phoenix Nights with 'In the club' with all the actors from the Phoenix but this time in the Neptune for Talent Trek. You get to see much of what was to come for Phoenix Nights.
There are 6 more episodes equally if not more hilarious as a hapless Boltonian is at the… Read more

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