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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is just great!, 2 Jun. 2008
Let me start by saying buy this now. I got this as a present for xmas and as soon as i turned it on i was amazed. It throws 1000's of stars all over your ceiling, and i dont mean 1 small area, i mean it will fill the entire room with ease. i have it in my room most of the time but get it into a bigger room when ever you can because only then will you get the full experience. Great for parties as well, it can light a room too, everyone will stop talking and stare. And not only parties and chill out, its romantic to. Who wants to sit out in the cold in a cow-pat filled field to see starts that are covered by clouds, get this and you can have the night sky in your living room.
A great product that will stun you time and time again.
Keep away from young children as my nephew of 2 likes to get his grubby mits on the lens and thats never good.


Age Of Empires III (Mac)
Age Of Empires III (Mac)

3 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Age of letdown, 9 Mar. 2008
I thought this game look good, played it a few years ago on PC and liked it so went ahead on got it for my mac. firstly, yes the graphics are very impressive, the water is beautiful. but everything else is bad. ships look like there big toys, very basic game play ( basically you build barracks and then 100 of the same type of solider and send them in, thats it ) its about as deep as a puddle. the battles are poor as well, you think that when you send in all your troops and they send in all of theirs you are in for one uber battle.....wrong, the battles are very messy so you cant see a thing and controlling your troops when they are fighting is impossible. The good thing about the battles is you get to see 'tracer shots' from cannons and guns, thses look good but add nothing to the game.
The 'Home City' part of the game is useless to, its just a part of the main mene that you can customize. In the City thought you can pick out what reinforcements you get in the game, such as more troops or recourses. But again...thats it, very basic. In fact thats how i would describe the whole game, very basic.


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