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Reviewer:
wardie1
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Votes:
8 (88% helpful)

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  1.  Restores Faith

    Posted: 

    I loved the first 2 x-men films and felt they were a breath of fresh air. They could have been awful but were balanced perfectly. You then had Last Stand, which was not as good as the first two, but still quite good. Following on from this was wolverine which was a big let down.
    A short break from the X-men franchise was then need. After seeing the trailer for 1st class, I liked the concept and felt ready for another x-men film.
    I was far from disappointed. This film was perfectly balanced like the first two. Although I know the director was different, I felt it could have bin directed by the same guy.
    This film restores faith in the franchise and leaves you thirsty for more.
    I will purchase this on Blu-ray and will be eager to watch it again, by the time it is released.

  2.  No reason not to

    Posted: 

    There are 24 reviews that were written before mine and all say that words 'Precise' and 'Accurate'. These two words have been used time and time again, because they describe the product perfectly. As we can all admit, these are the wii motion controllers just so much better. The Kinect will be coming onto the market soon and I would predict it will sell much more, as it will have that new wow factor. I do however not believe it will be the better product. The Move has so much potential. There is a limit to what you can do with out a controller and a limit to what you would actually want to do without a controller. At the end of the day the next gen in motion controller needed to be much more responsive and precise. This is exactly what Sony have managed to do. Call it a wii remote with a ball on top if you like, but give it a try and you'll see what the fuss is about. I know my mate will purchase a Kinect, I'll have a go and I'll find it fun at first, but I know I will come back to Move for longevity. This will work for casual gaming and for more serious gaming. It's a win win.

  3.  Age is no limit

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    Was playing this with another two adult men (in their 30's) on the weekend. There was huge amout of giggling. This is very much one of those enjoyable family, friend and partner friendly games. It is completely harmless but simply and clever at the same time. The PS eye and move work wonders together. I did not give this 5 stars as more mini games would have been better, but this no big deal. Will you play this for days on end? "no". Will you play this on you own? "not much". It really doesn't matter, it's a great game, you'll have loads of fun with your guests and it is worth your money. Male, female, ages 10,20, 30 or 40....it makes not difference here. This will appeal to all.

  4.  Dreamy Cure

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    This is a must buy Cure album. For those who have just been introduced to this long lasting band, this is a confident place to start. The first track 'Underneath the stars' lets you sleep back into a cure state, which is comfortable state to be in. Then there are more upbeat pop tracks to follow, such as 'The Only One' and 'The Reasons Why'. Later in the album their some heavy rock tracks, such as 'The Scream' and 'It's Over'. The album is a joy from start to finish and all track s are strong in their own right. Very few bands could produce this quality after 30 years of music. The band may be aging, but the music does not sound old.