4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
... buy it for someone else.
Buy it for your children, or for your grandchildren.
I've given What's the Worst That Could Happen?
five stars. Full marks. But, Greg's book itself advises me to critically analyze my sources: excellent advice. It follows that since you (almost certainly) don't know me, my opinion shouldn't influence your decision whether to buy this book. So, perhaps I should just stop here.
If you're swayed by numbers, then I should point out that there are currently 33 reviews of this book over on Amazon.COM (see… Read more
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
This latest offering from the Sony stable is a truly impressive package: the original game and ALL of the expansions and adventure packs together.
The game is simply vast. The game world itself - Norrath - is huge, offering tremendous scope for adventure. Players can choose from a wide selection of character types - the standard FRPG choice of fighters, mages, clerics and scouts is further split into an assortment of sub-classes, each offering a different style of play. In addition, characters can choose one of several player races, and can begin from one of four starting cities.
Gameplay itself is extremely varied; many styles are catered for: you can solo, group with… Read more
This book's brimming with it. There's so much that it overflows, spilling from the pages and wreaking havoc with the words, letters and other characters; there's clearly a djinn or two in the background, fiddling with the fabric of reality.
The damage isn't yet too severe, although there are already two chapter eights (one on page 58, the other on page 71).
My advice? Read it, quickly; leave it too late and who knows what might happen...
Excellent page-turning entertainment, witty and engaging. Easy to read (as long as you forgive the odd typo).