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Mega Man Anniversary Collection - PlayStation 2
Mega Man Anniversary Collection - PlayStation 2
Offered by BEARDOS BAZAAR
Prix : CDN$ 10.70
24 used & new from CDN$ 7.69

4.0 étoiles sur 5 If you're not into retro gaming, stay away., July 8 2004
Gameplay. What's needed most in the game industry. Mega Man is here to show you exactly why he's had more sequels than any 3-D game out there.
As the title states, if you're not into retro gaming, stay away. This gives you the way Mega Man was in the 8, 16 and 32-bit days.
Capcom remains faithful to the blue bomber by giving the fan everything. From art work to clips of the old TV show, fans won't be dissapointed.
If only more game developers would care more about how a game would play rather than the graphics... ah. One day.

Lineage 2: Chaotic Chronicle Prepaid Timecard (60 Days)
Lineage 2: Chaotic Chronicle Prepaid Timecard (60 Days)

2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not as good as you think it is., July 7 2004
Sure, nice graphics. That's pretty much where it ends. Where MMORPGs strive to be something unique, this one fails brilliantly.
I've read many reviews that say "OMG!!11! teh grafics r soooo uber cool!!111!!1". Children, one thing we've forgotten about games is that, sure, it can look great. But will you enjoy playing it? Will it give you the feeling that you're actually accomplishing something? This game does not.
Let me share with you the negative points of this game:
-Equipment price is outrageous.
-Lag lag lag.
-Nothing really interesting to do. Go out, kill, repeat.
-This game is entirely PvP. Which means you're going to have 'veterans' come out and kill 'n00bs'. Not very fun for someone just getting into the game.
-No point. I mean, what are you trying to do?
So, with that said, don't waste your money like I did. There are other MMORPGs out there *ahem* Dark Age of Camelot *ahem* that provide much more than just a repeated formula.

A Crown of Swords: Book Seven of 'The Wheel of Time'
A Crown of Swords: Book Seven of 'The Wheel of Time'
by Robert Jordan
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Prix : CDN$ 9.49
140 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

2.0 étoiles sur 5 That's it..., Feb. 7 2004
After spending a lot of time with this series, I have finally given up on The Wheel of Time.
Robert Jordan frustrates me. You spend more time reading about what the characters are thinking rather than actually getting any of the plot resolves. Furthermore, the story goes into POVs that really, REALLY don't need to be done.
One would think that if you are this far in the series, you should have a broad knowledge of what's going on. But RJ does not think so. He goes on once again to describe every single city and enviroment again and again and again. I mean, how many times can you describe Tel'aran'rhiod?
Sadly, I've given up and will no more force myself to finish these books. If you're looking for something fast-paced, something that will work your mind and not bore you with long descriptions about how some random hawk is flying around, then do not go any further.

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