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An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls: 2 (Elder Sc&hellip by Greg Keyes
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A satisfying sequel., 25 Oct 2011
As a fan of the game series The Elder Scrolls I was interested to hear a book had been released detailing a story following after the events of 'Oblivion', but cautious as to what to expect of how accurately (or not) an author might depict the region of Tamriel, it's peoples, cultures, and other-worldly beings....

The growing trend of books being written based on videogame worlds may still be seen as a fringe subject within literature, and therefore little expected in the way of quality of writing. But, a mainstay of the Elder Scrolls series is not only the open to explore game locations, but also of a carefully concieved world, formed with intricate storytelling within the… Read more
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Game of the Yea&hellip by Mastertronic Ltd
5.0 out of 5 stars Replay value., 7 Oct 2011
Considering even how old this game is now I dont feel like Im playing an outdated game, in fact after playing the 'sequel' Oblivion (4th in the Elder Scrolls series), I feel the 3rd game is actually much deeper, more full of story, character, intrigue and naughtiness! And bigger on the map and 'dungeon' areas you can explore, as well as more open; with cities and towns not cut off into seperate loading cells, and the dynamic fun of levitation for one.

One of the few flaws that irritated me is the 'miss-miss-miss-miss-miss-HIT!-miss-miss-miss-miss...' physical combat, but even that is irrelevant once you gain a few levels and build yourself up. This version has the add-ons of the… Read more
Wolf's Rain - Anime Legends (2004) [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Tensai Okamura
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Im only your common anime fan; havent watched everything going but am still finding a fair few worthy films and series to adore. This is one of them.
I chanced buying this one because of good reviews and the fact it is a fairly short complete series, and therefore a completed story to enjoy. Wasn't disapointed. It felt insightful and reflective in places and has likeable characters who you get to know more of as the series progresses.
The first action scene involving the train felt a little out of place to the rest of the story, where the individual wolves and humans are introduced along with each of their pasts as the story goes on.
I was after a good story, and while i… Read more

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