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Moobom Car Mount Long Arm Suckers Handsfree Holder With 360 Degree Rotation Suction Cup Cradle on Universal Windowsheild Dashboard for iPhone Samsung Various Smartphones
Moobom Car Mount Long Arm Suckers Handsfree Holder With 360 Degree Rotation Suction Cup Cradle on Universal Windowsheild Dashboard for iPhone Samsung Various Smartphones
Offered by seguryy
Price: £19.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great and flexible, 25 Jun. 2016
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Absolutely great item, will adjust a really wide range of smartphones, and is really easy to setup and adjust, even while driving. The sucker also attaches easily and tightly to the windshield, so i'm not worried at all it'll ever come off by accident. There are only two slight drawback, that i can definetly live with: the car's movement are making the "arm" shake a bit, and the smartphone cannot be housed in a too thick or non-hard surface (mine is in a rubber casing, and i have to removed it to make sure the car mount holds the smartphone tightly without slipping). Still well worth it though!


Bioshock 2 - Collectors Edition (PC DVD)
Bioshock 2 - Collectors Edition (PC DVD)
Offered by aardvark-games
Price: £57.96

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not a worthy successor, 9 Jun. 2011
It's fun to become a big daddy, I'll admit it. And yet, as far as the story and atmosphere is concerned, this episode is miles away from the first one. It's supposedly taking place well after the first one, with additional characters still trapped in Rapture, only they feel far less interesting than Ryan and Fontain. The game is also much more focused on action than atmosphere, and this pc version has been completely neglected, with for instance a fair part of the weapon getting chopped of the screen when switching to 16:10.


Fable III Limited Collector's Edition (Xbox 360)
Fable III Limited Collector's Edition (Xbox 360)

3.0 out of 5 stars Disapointing, 9 Jun. 2011
The collector's pack is a rather nice one, with a seal in real metal and a very nice package presentation. Yet, the game is ultimately disappointing: it's merely a succession of moderate amplitude quests. Absolutely nothing in the game feels epic: it's easy, far too easy, and the final boss is ridiculous, to the point it's weaker than certain common enemies. There are also some sever flaws in the game that make you waste huge amounts of time. Moreover, there is virtually no interesting treasure to find: in the 3% of the chests not containing junk like money of clothes, you'll find a randomly selected weapon that will likely not fit your gaming style (I got virtually nothing but firearms, and i only use swords), and don't hope to reload a save game to get another chance: the content of those chest is defined once and for all when you create a new game. Oh, and you can't copy a save game either, so don't hope to go back to a specific moment of your quest, ever. Even the DLC are worthless, being very really small and short.


Mirror's Edge (Xbox 360)
Mirror's Edge (Xbox 360)

4.0 out of 5 stars Great, refreshing game experience, but far too short, 22 April 2009
FINALLY a new, interesting concept! This game provides really intense sensations, and unlike many others, i don't think it's overly difficult: you just need to use your brain a little to solve how to reach certain places at times. The graphic touch is pleasant, the story light but well told. The only problem is that the game is really short, and doesn't really really end the story, either. I'll definitely buy the next episode of this trilogy though!


Resident Evil 5 - Limited Edition (Xbox 360)
Resident Evil 5 - Limited Edition (Xbox 360)

3.0 out of 5 stars The successor of Umbrella chronicles, 22 April 2009
This is a not a Resident evil game. At best, i'd call it "Resident evil: the arcade game" or "Resident evil: the shoot them up". Hardly any exploration remaining at all, game separated in individual stages that aren't linked together and FAR too many opportunities to gather TONS of weapons and ammunitions. The story doesn't make much sense anymore either. Still kinda fun though, as a generic action game where you get to shoot a variety of monsters alone or online.

The limited edition itself isn't so great, the extra content is merely a uglier bow art than the standard edition on a metal case and a "Making of" disc.


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