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Sid Meier's Civilization V
Sid Meier's Civilization V

1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars can someone point me to an honest review, 29 May 2011
I have civ 4 and i enjoyed it muchly/ Indeed I have all the civ games up until that point; can anyone point out the blatant different diffs. between 4 and 5 so I can make up my mind about whether or not to get civ 5 or not. Also, i love the divine comedy. end of message. :)

There Is Love In You
There Is Love In You
Price: £17.27

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Briilliant, 29 May 2011
This review is from: There Is Love In You (Audio CD)
Either you clicked on four tet looking for more of the same, and if you did, you found the hidden gem, congratulations, if you didn't- this is the best mistake of your life - just listen to it and lose yourself, there are so few artists you can do that to nowadays, just take a punt on this, you will not regret it. [...] - whoring itself out to anyone who cares. -Yes, we love four tet too-.

Brian Lara International Cricket (PC)
Brian Lara International Cricket (PC)

4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars the future's bright (it ain't orange though), 15 Aug. 2006
five problems:

- limited shots

- limited teams (no counties)

- run outs never happen (only at striker's end)

- no dancing down the wicket= no stumpings

- no hit wicket, handled ball, hit ball twice, timed out, retired hurt.

three improvements confirmed for 2007 version:

- more shots

- more run outs (at striker's end also)

- dancing down the wicket+ stumpings

two limitations:

- no counties (one could argue it is brian lara 'international' though

- no handled ball etc (to be fair it would be difficult to fit these in without over complicating things, plus there has only been one instance of timed out in cricket at first class level before)

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