''Rebel Flower''

Reb'l Flower
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,718 - Total Helpful Votes: 631 of 681
Zoo Tycoon (Xbox 360) by Microsoft
Zoo Tycoon (Xbox 360) by Microsoft
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I had loved Zoo Tycoon for a long few years on the PC but had never tried any of the reboots for Nintendo DS etc. I finally saw a trailer for this new, 2013 reboot for Xbox 360 and Xbox 1 and thought I had to check it out just for nostalgia reasons.

Sadly it doesn't live upto my expectations for a new generation reboot of one of the best simulator games. Without a doubt the graphics are fantastic (I play the 360 version) especially on the details of the animals ingame. They are some of the best graphics of animals I've ever seen in games before. However the gameplay is the let down.

Gone are the endless creative options. You are given 5 types of terrain exhibits in 3… Read more
Icon For Hire ~ Icon For Hire
Icon For Hire ~ Icon For Hire
I had never heard of ''Icon for Fire'' before being introduced to their debut album 'Scriped' by a friend. I loved bands like Halestorm so she recommended checking this band out.

I was genuinely very impressed by the first album, it was catchy, flirty, rebellious and creative all at once.

I'm sad to say the follow up, self titled ''Icon for Hire'' doesn't meet the expectations I had for a second album, but it by no means makes it bad.

The first album felt like the band played it safe with what they knew musically, but the sound was fresh and also retro so it worked fantastically. This album they seem to want to introduce a lot of 2010's style electronic… Read more
Under My Skin ~ Avril Lavigne
Under My Skin ~ Avril Lavigne
Without a doubt I would say that "Under My Skin" is Avril Lavinge's most catchy, well crafted album to date (as of 2014). Having listened to all of her albums, right from debut "Let Go" to 2013's "Avril", I would recommend this album as a great introduction to anybody wanting to get a feel of her style.

Ironically it's probably the album (apart from 2010's Goodbye Lullaby) that is least well-known from her. There are no huge singles on here like 'Skater Boi' or 'Complicated' or even girlfriend, but getting past that fact some of her best songs can be found right here on this album.

Some of the highlights are 'Happy Ending' - a single that did… Read more