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Mr. D. K. Smith "cabal101" (nottingham, UK)

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Sony PlayStation 3 Console (60GB Premium Version)
Sony PlayStation 3 Console (60GB Premium Version)

6 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wii, Xbox360, PS3....you decide, 18 Feb. 2007
Well I already own the 360 (which I love although i had to replace because of breakdown...like so many others) Had a Wii since release, and i am sorry but barely touched it since, games are very limited and once you get past the gimmicks it gets very tired very quickly. (not sure why it gets the rave reviews it does) So I figured i would get myself a PS3 and see what it has to offer...

Upto now not impressed with the game line-up. seems a shame that they have start up titles like oblivion and a multitude of others that have all been available on the 360 for a long time.

It will be interesting to see how sony handle the online gaming, 360 has a very well established live community. Wii's effort is way too awkward and a bit all over the place...the wii is great for partys and friends who are not big gamers coming around. PS3 will definately have alot of catching up in all arenas to make its mark.

at the end of the day it all comes down to personal preference. but up till now my faves still the 360 and i think it will be hard to topple, but thats just my view from playing all 3 formats. enjoy whichever you pick.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars DON'T CARE...I LIKE IT, 16 Oct. 2006
This review is from: Rudebox (Audio CD)
The main reason i like this album is the fact he's doing what most artists longevity do....change. some tracks are weak (only a few though) But i really like the rest. i honestly don't want to hear the same tracks rehashed that he was doing around the time of angels, no regrets and let me entertain you. they fit within the time they were made but you've got to let an artist move on and try other stuff. I swear some people only like the tracks that they can sing a long to on karoke. angels etc are great all time greatest hits but come on move on a bit...push the envelope...and i think thats kinda what he's doing since the guy chambers stuff with both the last album and this new one. good for you robbie for the abilty to change. even like the cover versions.

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