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Reviewer:
deano0501
Reviews:
0
Votes:
16 (19% helpful)

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  1.  fantastic!

    Posted: 

    Repeating other comments, this is a brilliant price for something, after a control pad, is so essential to complete your 360 experience. And for less than 1p a day. Bargain!!!

  2.  very disappointed

    Posted: 

    I bought this game, with high expectations of waving my remote around like a lunatic. Unfortunately, nothing of the sort. Basically you just sit there remote in one hand, nunchuk in the other and shake the remote around in one hand to activate your lightsaber moves in-game. You don't even have to shake it vigourously, gentle movements will work fine. AND you don't even have to shake it, some of the buttons will take the fun out of being a virtual Jedi for you, by acting as the lightsaber attacks. Rubbish.
    If you're expecting the Wii remote to be your Jedi sidearm, don't bother with this game, you'll feel very cheated. If you want a game designed specifically for the remote and nunchuk, get Mario Galaxy (particularly the level where Mario has to balance on the ball - fantastic remote usage!)

    Perhaps I've been a bit hyper-critical with my opinion because I only completed the first level, and the remote usage might improve further on in the game, but it simply wasn't enough to hold my attention from the beginning and I got my money back.

  3.  not bad...

    Posted: 

    To be fair, this is the only book I've read from this author (although I plan to read "Wish You Were Here" soon) and it was okay. I guess it's really more of a girly book but I didn't dislike it.
    It's written in the style of diaries from both a male and female perspective accounting the rise and fall of a relationship over 20 odd years.
    If you're in your in your late twenties to early thirties, you might find it more appealing as the series of events are all set from 1989 to the present (well 2005, when it was published)
    It's really easy to read because it's in diary-style, so most of the text is more script like and you find yourself whizzing through it.
    Perfect for a summer holiday by the pool or beach.
    Give it 3 stars because it's the first book I've read of his and therefore I don't know how good it is compared to his others