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The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim
4 New from
Absolutely brilliant RPG. If you liked Oblivion, then this is the next step up. Go anywhere, stick to the main quest or just go off and discover others. Slight gripe is the 3D map, they should have kept to 2D which is clearer. Skyrim is a landmark RPG!
Arcania: Gothic 4
5 New from
I play a lot of RPG's. This one isn't the best, but its not bad at all. Nice graphics and weather effects. The quests are quite good too. It's not a total sandbox game though. The story is interesting and builds up nicely. It's no Oblivion but it's good enough to keep me going until Skyrim emerges in November.
Physical Graffiti (Remastered)
Led Zeppelin - CD
6 New from
Probably Zep's highest point in their career. Every track brilliant. One or two tracks taken from previous album sessions. Grafitti has blues, heavy rock, folk, balads and eastern influenced rock. All their albums are fantastic though. Kashmir, Rover, Custard Pie and In My Time of Dying stand out. One of THE best albums of all time!!
Norton 360 All-In-One Security Version 4.0 / 1 User 3 PC License
1 New from
I have been using Norton 360 for nearly 3 years now and it is excellent. Runs quietly but powerfully in the background. It has stopped numerous attempts at hijacking my computer and has stopped several trojans. It updates several times per day. An excellent product!
Night Of The Demon / Curse Of The Demon: The U.S. Cut
9 New from
This is a British classic horror film. Great acting by Niall McGuinness. A creepy story about passing the dreaded runic parchment that envokes a demon
Drag Me To Hell
17 New from
The best horror film for years! - A rollercoaster of a film - great! - Mrs Ganush will be a horror icon! - Turn the lights off and the sound up - get this when it comes out! - But see it on the cinema first!!!
From Beyond The Grave
Been waiting for this one for about 10 years at least. A creepy compilation of short stories with some great actors in every story. Donald Pleasence and Diana Doors just about the best, and of course, the great Peter Cushing....this is a winner for classic horror fans