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  1.  Amazing


    Yes, this album is'nt as good as Hybrid Theory, but the album is awesome, on my first listen to the album, i thought that it was bad and really was ashamed of what linkin park had done. Then I kept listening and the tracks grow on you so much, it really frustrates me when people don't consider the album with a second opinion and just base the review on first thoughts (a review is an account of the whole album even after listening many times). Some fans need to grow up, just because it does'nt sound like linkin park's old style, it is still genious. Favourites-Iridescent, The Catalyst, Waiting for the end, Wheh they come for me.

  2.  Awesome!


    These cards are amazing i bought 3 packs and got a Palkia G Lv X I was well chuffed

  3.  Amazing


    Awesome 32.5d gameplay but so hard. Online features and everything. This is the best street fighter ever!

  4.  Worst game ever!!!


    Does'nt recoccgnize my voice and i have a high quality headset and talk loud enough into it and it just says sorry can't do that it is the most boring game of all time.This game was a letdown, looked so good but just didn't compare with any rts, i wouldn't even call it a rts. 1 thing i hated most was the fact the camera had to stay locked on to a unit, really bad. Plus no base building? thats the whole point of a RTS. Stay Away!

  5.  Weird yet Wonderful


    8.5 Presentation
    The atmosphere and style are everything you could ask for and more. The ps3 version has shown substantially more bugs than what you get on pc and 360.
    9.0 Graphics
    The landscapes are wonderful. The character models and animations could be a lot better.
    9.5 Sound
    Excellent voice acting and a soundtrack that completely fits the game's mood. The sound effects aren't bad either.
    10 Gameplay
    A rare combination of excellent combat and deep role-playing.
    9.5 Lasting appeal
    A more focused experience than much of what bethesda has created in the past that begs to be played for hours and hours. This is one game you won't soon forget.
    Outstanding overall

  6.  HALO!


    The campaign, which is very good, is Halo 3's weakest point. It doesn't capture the cavalier spirit of the original Halo, but you'll still have fun playing through it. There's no first-person shooter on 360 that can equal Halo 3's blend of cinematic action, adrenaline-pumping shootouts, and male- (and female)-bonding gameplay. Look beyond the gameplay and you have a rich feature set unlike anything ever delivered in a videogame. The Forge and the replay functionality raise the bar for console shooters so high, it may never be surpassed this generation. There will be plenty of aspects for fans to nitpick, but it's hard to argue against Halo 3 as the most complete game available on any console.

  7.  AWESOME!


    How do you score a game like Mario Kart, where there are millions of players worldwide, each with their own perception of what the franchise should be, what's important in a Kart experience, how they want to play it, and which game is truly the pinnacle of the series? What it really comes down to is exactly how Nintendo was aiming this one, what worked, and what didn't. It's obvious now more than ever that Kart is an every-player's game, so while you've got a few options for the hardcore gamers, there's dozens more geared towards those in the Mario Party, Wii Sports, and Wii Play camp. There are some things that feel completely out of whack though, such as the uncharacteristically cheap AI in 150cc, the lack of voice chat for an extremely social online game, reliance on friend codes, and "everyone's a winner" feeling you get when random items show up and completely turn the game upside down in an instant. Granted that's Kart, but it's also a way to water down competition, which is exactly how Super Mario Kart got its start.

    Every player is going to have their own love/hate relationship with Mario Kart Wii, but in the end the game does so many things right that it'd be foolish not to give credit where due. Online seriously raises the bar for Nintendo, trumping even Smash in a big, big way. The sense of community you can get even with random racers online and ghost-supported leader boards is impressive, and the fact that you can head on to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection solo, with a friend via split screen, or hook up with buddies across the world without worry of lag and never-ending disconnect notices makes Mario Kart Wii a pure joy to play online. It isn't the best Mario Kart in the series, but it's a must-play experience on Wii, and standard-setting offering as far as online, channel support, and connectivity are concerned. Now if you'll excuse us, we've got some online stats to obsess over.

    I'll see you online.



    For being a game that's made up of simple gestures and "been there, done that" gameplay, Mario & Sonic is a huge surprise in its ability to still pull us in and really deliver pure, classic entertainment. The 24 events have a bit of repetition when dealing with the same general classification - all racing events feel similar, for example - but even then there's enough of a difference to set them apart. While some events feel like throwbacks to the NES days of Track & Field, others such as the innovative archery mode and dream events give the experience a huge push in the direction of style and overall freshness. Team that together with playable Miis, online rankings for event-by-event world records, and character-specific missions and you've got an experience that goes well beyond just delivering a few rushed minis to a successful system. The overall style is pretty impressive, the list of characters balance out well, the game becomes increasingly entertaining in multiplayer mode, and it's generally fun to play all-around. Yeah we've seen it all before in things like Rayman or Mario Party 8, but this mascot mash-up is more focused, refined, and classically rooted. There's certainly room to grow, as the game could use a huge focus on more events and missions, more dream events, and full online multiplayer, but as a first pairing between a few of the industry's top mascots Mario & Sonic truly delivers in the fun department.

  9.  Soul Crush!


    Despite the aforementioned concerns, Soulcalibur IV is a lot of fun and I highly recommend it, especially -- as I said before -- to fans of the series. The game runs well, looks beautiful, sports great music and obviously has enjoyable combat. The PS3 and 360 versions are just about identical (barring the differing guest characters), though I felt that the optional install on the PS3 made things feel even quicker and more polished. In the end, both are worthy members of a long- standing series and you won't be disappointed with the purchase.

    Now get that soul burning.

    Presentation 8.5

    Graphics 9

    Sound 8.5

    Gameplay 8.5

    Lasting Appeal 8.5

    OVERALL 8.7!

  10.  Amazing!!!


    I don't have much to say becasue nothing is wrong with the game and it completely blew me away
    Watch out for Nero's cockiness it's great