ToxieDogg

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (390 of 451)
Location: Liverpool, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 91,806 - Total Helpful Votes: 390 of 451
The Last Of Us (PS3) by Sony
16 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Oh dear. Naughty Dog, what hast thou created? This will be a bit of a lengthy critique of this game, so if you actually want to sit and read it all, I'd go and put the kettle on for a cuppa now.

Settled down with your brew? Good.

Once upon a time, Naughty Dog created some really good games that focused on the gameplay and providing as enjoyable an experience as possibly. I was never the biggest fan of Crash Bandicoot but I can appreciate it was one of the PS1's better platformers. I really enjoyed the Jak & Daxter games and loved exploring the worlds and finding all the secrets. Uncharted and Uncharted 2 were fantastic in my opinion, and kept things interesting from… Read more
Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion (Nintendo 3D&hellip by Disney Interactive
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I first became interested in Epic Mickey: Power Of Illusion after seeing screenshots earlier in the year. I just loved the graphical style and it immediately reminded me of Mickey Mouse: Castle Of Illusion on the Mega Drive, to which this game is a sequel to, of sorts. Now, I could never understand the amount of love for Castle Of Illusion....nice graphics asides, it was one of the most linear, simplistic and easy to complete games ever made and if I remember correctly I sailed through it on either my first or second go with the difficulty cranked right up to 'hard' in about half an hour. Yet it's fondly remembered as a classic.

Fast forward to 2012. Epic Mickey began it's life… Read more
Buffalo HD-LB1.0TU2-EU 1TB DriveStation USB 2.0 3.&hellip by Buffalo
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Just a quick warning to say that I purchased this exact same external HDD (Buffalo Drivestation) from another site and it arrived new and sealed....but was NTFS formatted, not FAT32. That meant that I couldn't immediately use it with my PS3 as the PSP can only recognise FAT32 formatted drives, and had to download a third party program to do this as newer versions of Windows no longer let you format drives to FAT32. So I'm knocking a star off for that, as other HDDs I've bought from Buffalo in the past have arrived in FAT32 format, and this was a pain to sort out as I've never had to do this before. Other than that, it's an excellent HDD, very sleekly designed, runs quietly and does the job… Read more