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  1.  Great Product And Not Fake!!


    Bought this mainly because of the release of final fantasy 7 on PSN, and it works great good capacity and a speedy transfer speed.Definatly recomend to anyone who plays ps1 classics.

  2.  Solid Fear. Solid Game


    I was a huge fan of monoliths first edition of this game. At the time it had an execellent blend of horror and and first person shooting. However if you are looking for a continuation of the story for the first F.E.A.R,then look elsewhere.The sequel picks up shortly before F.E.A.R. ends and offers a different point of view, as you play as the member of another military squad.This time around, your character has a name (Michael Becket) but the situation unfolds along the same lines as the first game. As in the origional F.E.A.R you can use the slow motion in orfer to watch your enemys get riddeled with bullets at watch the satisfying way your enemy gets blown to hundreds of tiny peices.Although the slow motion add a large fun element to the game some may argue that it makes the game to easy as it become alot more accessible as you progress through the story. As for the actual fear element to the game ill give monolith its credit F.E.A.R 2 can be downright creepy at times,Yet some of the horror devices aren't as effective as they used to be, partly because they're familiar.Those of you who have played the first game will be fully aware of some the tecniques use to scare you and the sight of alma popping up n the screen is only going to work a couple of times at best. The multiplayer suite sticks with the basics, which makes it hard to distinguish from other shooters. There are basic modes such as deathmatch and capture point mode, as well a 16-player Armored Front mode that features two suits of power armor. However, it feels like it's missing features and options from the first game, such as the bullet-time pick up that became the focal point of battles. So overall this is a solid first person shooter with a good deal of F.E.A.R elements i feel the mulitplayer is lacking compared to other first person shooters in the features deparatment but this game is definitly worth the £29.99 it costs.

  3.  F.E.A.R


    This game tosses you into 11 different chapters of bloody, bullet-blasting violence, and it's awesome, thanks in large part to the controls of F.E.A.R. You can adjust the controller's sensitivity until it's just right, the scheme is easy to pick up and the mix of stealth and run-and-gun is perfect. F.E.A.R.'s gameplay is great, and it's what keeps you coming back for more. One minor downfall of this game is of course the graphics not realy a great change from the pc version, and considering what console it is on it is a bit of a dissapointment. However an increadible A.I system will ensure that the game is prolonged and challanging coupled with a chilling and imersive storyline it makes for a pretty awsome single player campaign. But when you feel like you've done all you can fragging the bots, F.E.A.R. multiplayer is ready to go with deathmatch, team, elimination and capture the flag modes as well as leaderboards to track your rise to online superstardom. I got to go at it in a few of the 11 playable maps, and all of the elements that make F.E.A.R. gameplay great were there. The game moved seamlessly as bullets flew, folks ran in and out of buildings and flags were exchanged.

  4.  Great Film.


    Transformers is an all-out robot deathmatch of epic scope, grandiose enough to melt your eyeballs after viewing the Ark of the Covenant.

    It's simple. Do you like robots fighting and breaking stuff? Then you'll love Transformers, a movie about two races of transforming robots, the Autobots and the Decepticons, fighting over the fate of Earth.

    Transformers is based on the 80s toy and cartoon series... nearly every male of my demographic (24-29) grew up desperately wishing to be taken away by the Transformers and converted into a transforming robot. I wanted this so bad that I used to 'practise' transforming into the few shapes that I could manage, ie. a chair, a mat, part of the wall, etc.

    Needless to say, this ultra-violent movie scratches a more-than-seven year old itch that has been festering with dreams and nostalgia. No expense has been spared, neither on the filmmaking nor the marketing side, ensuring that this 4th of July release will be the hit of the summer.

    Skeptics were fretfully worried that Michael Bay would drop the ball on this, and packs of fanboys sharpened their canines in preparation for a deadly advance on Bay's studio. They can rest assured, however, that Transformers will live up to the hype.

  5.  Simpily Fantastic


    This is the best ps2 game the best final fantasy game heck the best ever game. Fantastic game play, one of the greatest storylines i have ever seen in a game. A battle sequence that is second to none with a extreamely wide variotiy of wepons and armours. Creative monsters to battle and fun charecters to play as. As well as many fun mini games that will ensure a very long and enjoyable gaming experience.

  6.  Good game but nothing compared to every other ff games


    Now i am huge fan of the final fantasy series and to be honest i was ... dissapointed when i heard about the battle sequence. So i purchased the game not knowing what to think and granted it is a good game and if you like a game with a decent storyline and decent game play then i recomend this game to you and fro £9.99 why not. But if i compared it to other final fantasys like number 10 or even 7 then i have to say it is extreamly inferior. I can only hope that future square-cinx final fantasy games that they stick to the basics and the old battle sequence.

  7.  Good game


    Is the best PSP fighter released for the system. It blows its competition right out of the water and everything about the title, from its graphics to its mini-games to its multiplayer options, are exactly what the PlayStation Portable needs. But let's take that one step further -- Namco Bandai's Dark Resurrection is also the best arcade port available for Sony's miniature platform thus far, and even more impressively, one of the PSP's most outstanding pieces of software for any genre. Yes, it's that good.

  8.  Good game .


    Another good gta game bot suprising to be honest. I had alot of fun playing this game would recomend this game to any one. And at £10 why not????

  9.  Oblivion .... Brilliant


    This is the best rpg game to hit the shelves well ... ever. With a compilation of fantastic graphics and fantastic landscapes. The AI of this game is brilliant and every charecter has its own life for an over all fantastic gaming experience, and it dosnt matter what format you buy this for its always brilliant.