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Grip with Silicone Handles for Nintendo 3DS - Stan&hellip by CTA Digital
I've had this grip for about a month now and it has been invaluable. I've not got large hands by any means, but I am not a child and any prolonged period on the 3DS is hard on the hands. I had been getting pain through my palm which I attributed to the DS. Since I started using the grip, that pain has disappeared. It is makes the system much more comfortable to hold puts my thumbs in a better position to access the buttons more naturally.

It is very light and adds almost nothing to the system in terms of extra weight.

My only complaint is that the rubber is starting to disintegrate a bit in a couple of places- it doesn't seem to be wear as it is not in a place where I… Read more
Tales of the Abyss - Nintendo 3DS Standard Edition by Namco Bandai
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I'm going to speak more specifically to the 3DS version, rather than rehash everything about the actual game. I'm not very far into it yet, but I do have a few observations/gripes:

-the 3D is awful. Not 10 minutes in, I've already turned it off in favor of 2D
-the optional skits are not voiced. This is jarring, not to mention annoying, particularly since the rest of the game IS voiced
-at times the visuals seem a bit off...- like they haven't quite translated from the larger PS2 screen to the smaller 3DS one. (It turns out, this is not a remake, but a port.) That's not to say the graphics are bad. It just seems at times like the screen is too small. Like watching a… Read more
Twilight Children: Three Voices No One Heard Until&hellip by Torey Hayden
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mixed feelings, Feb. 5 2007
As a special education worker myself, I have read most of Torey Hayden's books and enjoyed them. While I did find some elements of this latest book interesting and enjoyable, I was also somewhat put off by it at times. For someone who has worked extensively with children, children with learning disabilities at that, Hayden can be incredibly long-winded. On at least three occasions she goes on for multiple page soliloquies, each aimed at a 9 year old child. At the end of one such speech, she remarks "Cassandra didn't seem to be listening." Truth be told, neither was I. I skimmed ahead.

The storytelling is a bit awkward, bordering on distracting at some points. (Indeed, how many… Read more

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