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Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection
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The Metal Gear Solid games are one of the most widely renowned video-game series of all time. I have only recently got into the series, having picked up the 'Revengeance' side-story and then MGS4. I decided to pick up this series as MGS4 was thoroughly enjoyable, and I was not disappointed. While the older games may have out-dated graphics the plot and game design still shines through to this day.
I have yet to fully complete any of the games in the collection but rest assured, one day I will be the complete MGS nerd it was my destiny to become.
The art-book is a neat little extra, too, but I am having difficulty finding the graphic novelisations of MGS1 and 2.
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
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I understand other reviewer's concerns - the style of gameplay is certainly different, however I feel it is, on the whole, truer to the DragonBall series in almost every way - combat is lightning fast and can change direction in an instant, the graphics are stunningly faithful to the series and the Hero Mode, despite lacking certain aspects (such as females or original hairstyles/costumes) is enjoyable.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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This game is great - it plays like a blend of an FPS like Call of Duty mixed with the roleplaying aspects of Mass Effect. Outstanding prequel!
Deus Ex: Human Revolution (With Bonus Explosive Mission Pack)
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Utterly brilliant, seamless blend of action, stealth and roleplaying elements and a smart, dark storyline to boot. Only nag is the boss battles, which are still fun but more linear than previous Deus Ex games. I most certainly asked for this! :)
Lostprophets - CD
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This album is epic. I received mine only an hour ago, and now I'm hooked on it. Any fan of rock, metal or alternative should give this album a view, even if you're not a fan of Lostprophets.