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Hypnotize
Hypnotize
Offered by jim-exselecky
Price: £4.60

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another hit from the best band in the world!, 22 Nov. 2005
This review is from: Hypnotize (Audio CD)
Thts right folks they have done it again!! Another peach of an album! At just bout the same length as "Mesmerize" its not hugely long but long enuff to be arrousingly gd! They tracks are all different and no two are the same. The Harmonies between Serj and Daron and flawless again with Serj back at the forefront for most of the songs vocals, (which he shud never have left if u ask me). Its a perfect 2nd part to "Mesmerize". Also the sweet little slip of card that comes attached to "Hypnotise" which slides into the case of "Mesmerize" helps the two part elbum really become a whole album as it joins the two together as a beautiful whole. Really guys!! If u have any taste in music u will buy this album!!!!!!


Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (PC)
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (PC)
Offered by media-4-u
Price: £2.50

2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars O...M...G!!!, 12 Aug. 2005
If you have played the Original SC then this is a must have!! If you have played Pandora Tomorrow. . . On the behalf of SC fan's everywhere, I apologise. Buy this! it will bring you back to the Stealth Side!
Don't bother buying it on any other console, PC is the way to go. Buy a new one if you have to! The only capabilites are amazing, much better than the other consoles (however it was very patchy to begin with)
The graphics on this game or gob smacking. Don't buy this if you can only meet the minimum requirements, buy it only if you can run the game fully that way you can enjoy the graphics.
The only thing that left me a bit out in full light with an AK47 barrel on the tip of my nose is the length. It doesn't come to a sudden end but the game does have very little reply factor. There are 3 levels of difficulty so there is a slight degree but not majorly unless you want to get Full Stealth (No sightings, deaths, alarms and no KO's unless neccessary) Check out the SC forumes on the home page for videos of other fans accomplshing this.
On that note ... BUY THE GAME!!


Ninjutsu: The Art of the Invisible Warrior (Literary Links to the Orient)
Ninjutsu: The Art of the Invisible Warrior (Literary Links to the Orient)
by Stephen K. Hayes
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It is a good source but needs an update, 17 July 2005
This is a great book. But it is no subtitue for a teacher. The pictures are begining to look quite old and they could do with modern, colour photographs. Apart from that it is well worth the read


Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince
by J.K. Rowling
Edition: Hardcover

0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mueh, its ok i guess, 17 July 2005
Having only read 2/3s of the way through the book. So far i am impressed but to such a huge extent that i would give it 4 stars. I think Rowling has lost her flair for writing. The only reason i bought this book was to fill in the missing parts of harry's life.
Read this if you have read the rest but its not amazing. :(


Onimusha 3 (PS2)
Onimusha 3 (PS2)

4.0 out of 5 stars Good but i prefer the original!, 4 Jun. 2005
This review is from: Onimusha 3 (PS2) (Video Game)
Of all the Onimusha series i prefer the original but the new one is still one of the best games that could be owned by a any ps2 gamer.
Unfortunatly this is the final in the Onimusha saga but what and ending it is! Right from the start you're thrown into the action which you are already completely pumped up for after the opening film! The beautiful cutscenes help the story flow along with out the huge loading times you find in some other games.
The movement is finally done with the joy pad but the old Onimusha fans still have the D-pad if they want. The controls are easy to use and simple to get a hld of for a first time player.
The grphics are still great which has been consistant through out the games.
One of the drawbacks that annoyed me however was the constant jumping between "time zones" so to speak and Ako can be extremely annoying at points aswell.
Overall a great game, rent it at least you owe it to yourself as a PS2 owner!


Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (PS2)
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (PS2)
Offered by marxwax
Price: £10.52

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars most amazin MOH yet!! * * * * *, 10 Jun. 2004
Having played every single MOH to date and completin them (PC versions being the easiest to complete)Rising Sun is much more difficult. I've only owned it for three days and already I'm stuck and I'm embarresed to say it is only the 2nd level in the footbal stadium! :$. The graphics are better than frontline but the storyline is slightly different. Unlike playin the part of a soldier with experience, u play the part of a new recruit, being able to read your mail from home (which is unlocked as u progress through the game)and some of the charecters who interact with you have names and looked different)
Over all this is an excellent game from the brilliant men who gave us the rest, well worth the money!!


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