I'm a bit scared to see a Mario Galaxy review only because of what's so good about it, disconcerning the easy curve and the gazillion 1up's you get in the game in comparison to the bazzillion Star Bits you get in the game.
Sweet review, even though I have no such systems or a strong enough PC.
I'd just like to say congratulation to not giving in, both to you and The Escapist. I think I would've been a bit disappointed if the review was on of the ones people have been screaming for. Glad to see you're reviewing what you want, and also.. it was great as ever. I'm out of the country at the moment, and GOD it's good to here something with true British humour once a week.
Same experience with F.E.A.R. here too. A really great game a couple of years ago but overpriced for its length and you needed a $10 million rig to run it properly. Liked the game, played the demo for the 1st expansion. Don't care about this one. It's time for Monolith to move on.
EDIT: I've already acknowledged my mistake about Monolith making the expansion packs for F.E.A.R. in a later post. Although it is funny to me that people would point out MY lack of research without bothering to read all the posts on this forum.
well i didn't see this one coming but glad it was done. i played the original FEAR and thought it was alot of fun after all at the time it was new and different. but seeing as how this game is quite literally a copy of the first game on the same engine it seems very out of place. and then throw in the fact that there is already a real sequel to the game in the works (Project Origin) this thing was just a way for the company who owns the title to make some money on it with little or no work.
The Youtube guy who made that ZP-style Art of Theft review actually did a convincing job. Albeit his vocal clarity leaves something to be desired (and sounds whiney) and all he did was steal Yahtzee's ZP template.
Maybe you can make him your understudy eh, Yahtzee?