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Yen Jou Teng "tierra" (Richmond, BC Canada)

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Planet Earth: The Complete Series
Planet Earth: The Complete Series
DVD ~ David Attenborough
Price: CDN$ 33.49
39 used & new from CDN$ 19.05

5.0 out of 5 stars Spectacular!!, Dec 10 2007
This series is an immaculate collection of rare sights throughout the world. With David Attenborough's perfect narration, the Planet Earth crew takes us to places where we can never visit. Viewers would be stunned by the majestic sceneries, beautiful or bizarre. Moreover, the combination of a great soundtrack and David Attenborough's voice creates a story-like atmosphere for this nature film. Everyone would appreciate the immense amount of effort being put into this production. This series is worth every penny!

Valkyrie Profile  Lenneth - PlayStation Portable
Valkyrie Profile Lenneth - PlayStation Portable
Offered by Past N Present Video Games
Price: CDN$ 21.61
23 used & new from CDN$ 21.61

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good game with complexity, Jan. 17 2007
Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
This is the PSP port version of Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth on PlayStation.

Overall, the new CG movies are great. But the game does need some more enhancements, especially backgrounds in the dungeons where Lenneth must travel to fight monsters and demons.

The battle system is quite complex, and you'll need sometime getting used to. I would suggest that beginners play in EASY MODE for practice in the first half of Chapter 1, or at least, until you've really understood the system, and the system menu (it's crucial that you understand what each value means; if you choose to ignore them, you might totally slack-off and get a bad ending).

The worst thing in this game is probably the voice-acting of the characters... very unnatural...

Final Fantasy V - Game Boy Advance
Final Fantasy V - Game Boy Advance
Offered by mostlymusic-ca
Price: CDN$ 79.97
10 used & new from CDN$ 35.95

5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Square Enix Rocks~!, Nov. 22 2006
Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
The new job system is fun~ But one thing I dislike about the new system is that all mages need to buy spells from the *magic store* before the characters can use them, even if you have enough ABP or MP to use the magic. Unlike Final Fantasy IV, where characters will automatically learn new spells as they gain higher levels (but only at certain levels), you need to travel to different towns looking for new spells to buy.

One thing I'm particularly fond of is the story line, it's much more interesting and better integrated into the game. Some dialogues are funny too~ Also, the characters have more facial expressions to make the game more lively~ ^_^

Time flow during battles has also improved. In FF IV, players can experience strange pauses after command executions.

Overall, it's a good remake. But if there's still anything I really want to complain about, it would be the expensive Phoenix downs... >_<

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