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  1. FIFA 12

    FIFA 12


    9 New from  £4.79  Free delivery

    Available  used  from  £1.00

     Agreeing with other reviews, a massive disappointment!


    Having been a fan of the FIFA games for a good few years, I got the latest installment this Christmas and have been nothing but disappointed...

    There a few nice improvements, transfer deadline day on career mode, having ultimate team on the disc rather than online etc but the graphics aren't any sharper, the players look equally realistic.

    The game has become so much more frustrating, on any of the higher difficulties, defending is ten times harder.. And yes, where it is more realistic, I dont think the majority of the loyal gamers to the brand will want the fine details, they want to get on it with their mates and enjoy it the way it usually is. If you want realistic action, get outside!!

    Massively disappointed, waste of money. Will go back to PES next Christmas.

  2.  An Absolute BARGAIN.


    Deus Ex: Human Revolution is one of the best games I've ever played; and is an absolute bargain that I'd get everyone to buy with their Christmas money!!

    Your character, Jensen, plays his way around the world looking for answers after an ambush at the beginning of the game... You can choose to upgrade various "augmentations" to give you advantages through the game, however, you do not have enough time to upgrade everything, therefore your choices determine how you'll have to play the game later on... You can choose to play the game shooting through enemies, using the wide range of weapons and explosives, or try and be as stealthy as possible, hacking into security systems and side rooms.. You could probably play this game twice and play each level in a different way!

  3.  Paramore - THE FINAL RIOT


    Having seen Paramore live twice last year, I was really excited when I bought this cd/dvd and seemingly like everyone else too, I wasn't disappointed! It really is much better than their Manchester, better quality too...

    A fantastic set list, with "Born For This" opening and their usual closing song of "Misery Business" Standout tracks, in my opinion, include "Decoy", "Emergency", "That's What You Get" and "Misery Business"