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Deus Ex - Complete Edition (PC DVD)
Deus Ex - Complete Edition (PC DVD)
Offered by scaddingk
Price: £4.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deus Ex : Best plot ever, 17 May 2011
The original Deus Ex was the first computer game I ever played and nothing else in terms of the branching plot lines and the impact your decisions can have on a game has ever compared.For example a character tells you to leave, they will cover your getaway, if you leave but decide to immediately return and save the other person from certain death , that character lives on and influences the rest of the plot.This key decision was not signalled in anyway, the game did not require a choice, the game was just programmed to respond if the player made this personal decision. We played through the game once or twice as normal but then replayed it countless times seeking out other places we could make different decisions or alternative means of solving problems. Forget the old looking graphics , this game is worth playing just to appreciate the planning and programming that went into the plotlines alone. Every other linear type game has just been a disappointment in spite of flashy graphics and sound effects. Invisible war was a bit of a disappointment too as the first half is mostly linear.

A Civil Contract: Complete & Unabridged
A Civil Contract: Complete & Unabridged
by Georgette Heyer
Edition: Audio Cassette

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Poignant; Romance Vs Happy Marriage, 30 Mar. 2009
I disliked this book when I first read it at the age of 13.I preferred all the wonderful frothy and funny Heyer books such as Fridays Child. The Heyer books have stayed my firm friends over the last 30 years and A Civil Contract has gradually grown on me. I now consider it one of her best, it has its own quieter humour and themes that are a little deeper than you find in the average Heyer.True love,the sort that makes a good marriage is about respect and little compromises and coping with everyday events. There is a ring of truth in parts of the book that make you feel you are getting a little insight into Heyer's own feelings about romance Vs marriage.

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