Mr. Gerard Mcnamara

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (81 of 110)
Location: Hungary
Birthday: 21 Mar
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,073,026 - Total Helpful Votes: 81 of 110
Lost Odyssey by Microsoft
Lost Odyssey by Microsoft
As the title states this is a massive game. Four discs of beautifully rendered, well thought-out enjoyment. Prepare to leave your social life behind you.

The game is a party rpg with a lot of battles, simple puzzle solving, world exploring etc going on. You aim to improve your party members abilities, skills, magic spells etc as the game goes on.

The game has excellent 'movie' sequences which add a huge amount to the story and make it a lot of fun. However you should only start playing if you have a minimum of 60 or 75 minutes as the game is very involving and at certain times it can be difficult to save the game.

If you love fantasy roleplaying then this… Read more
Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (Xbox 360) by Electronic Arts
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A great game if only the levels were not so hard. I loved the earlier games and like many other reviewers I was worried how the game would work on the x-box 360. Thankfully it works well, the controls are not diificult (although the mouse is easier on the pc versions of course).

The in game video is very well made with a good story line (if somewhat the same from game to game in the series) and made with some top class actors. The levels are very different and this adds to the play life of the game. The troops, vehicles and their abilities are well thought out and easy to use.

Skirmish (where you play against friends or the computer) again adds life to the game and the… Read more
Bilingualism by Katalin McNamara
Bilingualism by Katalin McNamara
A great little book on bilingualism, which is becoming a much more important subject in our multi-cultural world. The author using both simple language for those new to the subject and more complex language for those involved in this area of study does a wonderful job of explaining bilingualism in her family situation.

The book contains very funny tapescripts of the children using both languages at the same time (English and Hungarian), yet at the same time is informative and a good read.

A must for all people looking for a basic introduction to Bilingualism.