Alexander Michaels

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 57% (8 of 14)
Location: Montreal, Canada


Top Reviewer Ranking: 14,916 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 14
PLEMO Black Mamba 6-Button PC Computer Optical USB&hellip by Plemo
For a brand I've never heard of before, this is a great mouse at a great price. It's accurate, responsive and strangely stylish. It has a notched scroll wheel that feels solid and the left and right clicking is satisfying; it doesn't make that "I'm going to break soon" sound that a lot of mice in the same price range do.

As well, unlike a lot of mice which feel like they've been made for people half my size, this sucker has a large / long body that fits perfectly in my hand.

I can't really attest to it's "gaming" quality - but it's been a step up in terms of precision from my old Logitech clunker.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier - Xbox St&hellip by Ubisoft
4.0 out of 5 stars Tom Clancy goodness, Aug. 31 2013
Future Soldier expands and updates the tried and true Ghost recon formula which we say back in 2005 and 2006 with Advanced Warfighter 1+2. If you are a fan of these sorts of games, you will probably love Ghost Recon.

This game feels more current-gen than the first two (which came out years ago). The control scheme makes sense and is more at home with people who have since played Gears of War or Splinter Cell: Conviction than the originals which I found somewhat clunky. Presentation-wise, there's way more action and remarkably better graphics this time around.

Most important, as with all Tom Clancy games, GRFS encourages and rewards you for being patient, moving in the… Read more
Rio Grande Games Coloretto by Rio Grande Games
Rio Grande Games Coloretto by Rio Grande Games
Coloretto is an awesome little card game that's all about matching cards of the same colour. Every players wants to match as many cards of the same colour in their score pile as they can. The more cards, the more points they receive, but watch out since too many different colours cause you to lose points.

The game is best played with 3 or 4 people and it only takes a minute or two to explain the rules. While you can play with 2, it loses some of its magic and the, dare I say, tension that comes from deciding whether you want to stay in a round for the chance to go big or cut your losses and let the other players sort it out.

The rounds play pretty quickly, and a full… Read more