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Slendertone Men System Plus Abs Garment
Slendertone Men System Plus Abs Garment

22 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for thin people, 11 Aug. 2010
I used to own the original system abs, i thought it was good but could of been stronger, I sold it as thought it was to much money. After a year i saw this product and notice this claimed to be stronger, and by heck yes it is indeed stronger you have new programs as well with this unit one called the sports ab crunch, put that on 100 for first time you will feel it working, then work your way up to full power at 150 (that's 50 times more power than original belt) with the old belt once got used to the highest setting i couldn't feel like it was working, but this new belt been using for 2 week now and you still feel the pain and it working away at your abs. I can also feel my abs alot harder now too.

Notice to people before you buy, for best results to see your abs you have to been pretty thin with hardly any fat on you. It only tones your muscles wont help you lose weight, you will have to doing some running at least 6 miles a day for 5 days, build yourself up to 500 crunches/sits up a day (don't have do it all at once just set yourself to 100 every two hours), be on good diet no eating at nighttime if you want a 6 pack.
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Xbox 360 Elite Console (120 GB Hard Drive)
Xbox 360 Elite Console (120 GB Hard Drive)

7 of 18 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Very poor hardware, 23 July 2009
I'm on my fourth console now, after the consoles keep breaking down on me, The hardware for this product is very poor manufacturing, at sometime you will get the 3 red light which means you cannot use your console at all cos it wont turn on. Even though it is Microsoft fault dint expect a free fix either and even if you do pay for your console to get fixed you will have to wait at least 3 months to get it back and you will most likely get red light problem again. The only reason I give the console some stars is because it has some great games for it. I would recommend buying a ps3 instead as these are more reliable it may be little bit dearer than 360 but it will work out less in the long run the 360 you will be paying 150 each time for a new one every 1 2 year. Also dont expect the elite console to be any better they all get red light problems.
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Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood (PS2)
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes The Neighborhood (PS2)

8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars There goes the neighbourhood, 25 Nov. 2004
Well I will start with the Career mode, the career mode is basically built up of challenges and missions which are built up in tiers. The challenges consist of mainly beating other wrestlers and you must win to progress. The missions are basically like a tutorial where you have to do certain moves to win the mission, this is where I thought it made the game more fun to play, because when I first played the game my thoughts wasnt that good, but after playing it for awhile and learning all the moves I thought it not actually a bad wrestler, but not in the same league as smackdown series and new wrestling games out today, for a start the graphics are poor, sometimes you can see the charathers head is going to come off from his neck, reminds of the candians in south park. There isnt really much of a story to the game you create a wrestler and you have to work yourself to the top to win the million dollar wrestling contact, but thats where the game really fails the create a wrestler mode is so bad you cant change a charaters face you have to settle for 5 pre set faces to choose from, however you can change your clothes, skin colour, hair, etc but options are very limted compaired to most wrestling games out today. Also in the career mode you can earn money to buy new stuff for your created wrestlers from the shop.
Exhibition Mode, the game was meant to have online play and most shops are stating that it has it, but when you actually buy the game you will find out there is no mode what so ever, I think the main reason this was removed because the company behind the game thought there wasnt going be enough players to buy the game, therefore not many players would be online. In exhibition mode there is only one mode you vs another wrestler, and the same thing but with two players. The life meter is a bit like tekken games, its not like smackdown where when you get low life meter bar you can still be in the game, once your life bar runs out thats it your are knocked out and the match is won.
Overall: Graphics: Characthers models not very well done, Environments are nicely done, though nothing special, nice damage effects almost anything can be used as a weapon or destroyed, and the enviro-damage system is fun to, when an icon appears you simply press a button and watch your wrestler slam his head in between two doors, etc.
I thought it was fun to play after you get into it, there are however some good things about the game the ability to use weapons like a chainsaw, drown someones face in a deep fat frying pan, set people on fire, blood dripping on the floor and cuts on the characters face and body, wrap your body in barbed wire etc. If you are into wrestling games you may want to have a look into this one as it is something different to experience, but there really isnt enough in the game for replay value. I would give it a score about 6/10

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