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Gun Valkyrie - Xbox by Sega of America
Gun Valkyrie - Xbox by Sega of America
I had never heard of GUNVALKYRIE (which I'll refer to as GV) before seeing it as a reccomendation here on Amazon when I got my Xbox. I read all the reviews, most of which complained like sissies over how the controls were confusing, or how the game got harder in the later parts. Well, don't listen to them. There's nothing hard or frustrating about GV, it's just a different game, and definately not for everyone. If the left trigger acting as 'jump' bugs you, then tough luck. I guess I can see how they annoy people since there isn't any other game that controls like GV, but it didn't bother me.
The plot doesn't really matter- most of your missions consist of clearing out all the enemies… Read more
Halo by Microsoft
Halo by Microsoft
4.0 out of 5 stars It -is- pretty good., July 19 2004
After having my Xbox for 7 months, I gave in and finally got Halo to see what the big fuss was about. Reviews on here keep stating that this is the "best game ever made". After going through Halo on normal and Legendary difficulties, it isn't anywhere near the best game ever made, but it is a pretty fun and good one. And I'd be willing to put this on a top 50 games list.
You play as Master Chief, a top soldier whose job is to stop the Covenant from eliminating the human race with a "weapon"- Halo. Latear on, you find a new enemy- the Flood, who is also fighting the Covenant. For a FPS, the managed to put a few good story elements in. Halo's true use is revealed, and… Read more
Pieces I Need 5 Minutes Alone ~ Buckethead W/Brain
Pieces I Need 5 Minutes Alone ~ Buckethead W/Brain
That's what I ask myself everytime I get one of his albums. The guy's constantly working on music and seemingly never takes a break. I've yet to be disappointed by anything he does, and this is no exception. I Need 5 Minutes Alone is weird compared to BucketHead's other albums though. It doesn't really fit in to any category of music. Monsters & Robots was more rock, Colma was acousitc, BucketHeadLand was friggin' nuts, Day of the Robot was metal/ambient/awesome, etc. But I have no idea how to describe this album.
But that isn't a bad thing, as I Need 5 Minutes Alone has some of BucketHead's finest material. I know I constantly say that about his albums (you should see a pattern in… Read more