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C. Quilley (London, UK)

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Offered by Fulfillment Express
Price: £17.38

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars feeling good..., 4 Nov. 2007
Was given to me by my boyfriend and never fails to make me feel good. No matter what the weather or what youve been through, when this pours through the speakers it feels like a gorgeous summer's day. Its great for music lovers who want to listen to artists not so well known, for those that want to start a love affair with soul or established fans of soul that want a good compilation. Some tracks sound surprisingly modern and there are no 'filler' tracks. So shut up, sit back and feel dam good!

Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (Nintendo DS)
Hotel Dusk: Room 215 (Nintendo DS)
Offered by Renaissance
Price: £19.95

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The ressurection of Point 'n' click, 17 April 2007
I have yet to finish this game but I am so far enjoying it lots. It plays out like an interactive graphic novel with puzzles and finds a balance between realism (in that the puzzles are related to the runnings of the hotel) and keeping things interesting. They also utilise the DS, making plenty of use of the stylus and the DS itself (sometimes you have to close the DS and open it again to flip an object over to view the other side...genius eh?)

Unlike alot of other similar games, the chracters are more then just 2D stereotypes and in order to progress in the game you have to have an understanding of the chracters (for instance by learning that you cannot lie to one chracter you instead have to choose the path of flattering thier ego). Kyle Hyde, the ex cop you play has good if sometimes cliched cop dialouge and some cute fluff growing on his chin which is sure to entertain. The visual style is unique and makes the game all the more playable

I wouldn't reccomend it for those who are impatient or do not have the time to read endless reams of dialouge that go on and on and on and on but if you enjoy a slow burner to provoke thought and you were a massive fan of point and click games like indiana jones and the fate of atlantis this game is well worth it. It is also a game that anyone who is a fan of mysteries would like and for once it is a game which doesn't target any specific gender.

ATMT STORM 20GB MP3 Player - White
ATMT STORM 20GB MP3 Player - White

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars cheap and cheerful, 10 Oct. 2006
I bought this becasue Im a music nut but also very good at breaking all my gadgets so I wanted something cheap that would hold all my music and would be unlikely to break.

perhaps the most irritating thing about this player is the fact you cannot shuffle tracks in different folders (ie it'll only play whats in one folder unless you change to another one). You also can't search by artists or genre. sometimes sound quality can be slightly dodgey but on a bus or train where I mostly use my player it is hardley noticable not to mention the game of snake can provide a welcome distraction!

overall, it has good battery life, never freezes (which is what caused the demise of my other players) and has a good quality casing and feels good to hold.

basically, if you want a player to play your music and you dont mind difficult navigation of tracks then this is the player for you.

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