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  • John A. Silva - HULK HOGAN! Here at WrestleMania IV this afternoon, you’ve got the opportunity to change that......

    Oh, yeah it’s been hard to live with man! FEE, FI, FO FUM, Andre. One long year, and your time has come, man. No marks! No scars! No blemishes on the Hulkster, brother! But inside, man, I’ve been scarred for one long year. Everywhere I go, man, all the little Hulksters ask me, “Is there any truth to the fact that there was a controversial count? Hulkster, did you really get him over your head? Did you really beat The Giant?” Well today, man, in Wrestlemania IV, we’re gonna wipe all that controversy out. Andre the Giant, in the second round, when you’re fresh as a daisy, with the whole world watching, I’m gonna prove, brother, that I can beatcha anywhere, anytime! And all my Hulkamaniacs, they’re gonna feel it tooooo.

    Have you seen the fear in all those little Hulksters? They realize that when I get Andre the Giant cinched up in the launch position, when I SLAM him through the Trump Plaza, brother!---from New York, down to Tampa, Florida, the fault line is gonna break off! And as Andre the Giant falls into the ocean!---as my next two opponents fall to the ocean floor and I pin ‘em, so will DONALD TRUMP and ALL THE HULKAMANIACS! But as Donald Trump hangs on to the top of the Trump Plaza, with his family under his other arm, as they SINK, to the BOTTOM OF THE SEA---THANK GOD Donald Trump’s a Hulkamaniac! He’ll know enough to let go of his materialistic possessions, hang on to the wife and kids, DOG PADDLE with his life all the way to safety! But Donald, if somethin’ happens, if you run outta gas, and all those little Hulkamaniacs, just hang on to the LARGEST BACK in the world, and I’ll dog paddle us, backstroke all of us to safety!

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  • Mandy - Beautifully written follow-up to Wolf Hall

    I assume there's going to be a third book detailing the fall of our friend Tom Cromwell, and until then this account of the machinations employed to dethrone Anne Boleyn is terrific. It has the feel of a second book in a trilogy -- a feeling which is both supported and dashed by the awesome last line of the book. Not quite as intricate and overwhelming as "Wolf Hall" but terrific in its own right and totally engrossing.

    One detail I found very funny: it took me a little while to get wrapped up in "Wolf Hall", and one of my main complaints was the confusing pronoun usage (so many "he"s and TO WHOM DO THEY REFER FOR CHRISSAKES?!). In "Bring up the Bodies", if Mantel uses a "he" in a sentence, she frequently ends it with "...; he, Cromwell." I guess she got a lot of complaints like mine!

  • N. Lusted - Seriously...

    I will start this off by saying that this is a great game; it's fun, creative, and a tad addictive. From cells to ships you grow your creature into the dominate species of the galaxy. So why so many bad reviews? Seriously?

    Almost all of the complaints for this game are about DRM. So people are giving an excellent game a bad review because you can't install it on every computer on the block? Huh... I don't think that people should miss out on a fun, innovative game because they can't reinstall it 12 times. Yes, it is a pain and a bit insulting that EA thinks so cautiously of their customers that they have to keep tabs on game installs; but it is no reason not to buy a good game! I'm sure EA will come to their senses someday, but untill then, you just have to accept some games will have their restrictions.

    Another handful of complaints hurling around this website are that "the game isn't as innovative and next-gen as was promised." There seems to be a fatal flaw among hardcore gamers these days. They seem to think that every new game has to be unbelievably amazing and perfect down to the last detail. They all seem to forget that it's still a VIDEOGAME. There are just some little nuisanses that have to be thrown into videogames to make them playable. There are limit's that have to be kept to keep the game ballanced and fair. Things like making the different parts have different traits and levels, is one of those little niusanses that you have to deal with. If they didn't have these, you would blast through the game in 10 minutes with no challenge at all. And some people complain "the game isn't deep enough;" I will admit it's not as deep as it could have been, but there is the question of fitting all of this into a videogame that runs through five competely different stages (essentially five different games). The reason Spore's Civilization Stage isn't as good as, let's say, Civilization 4, is because Civ4 only has to focus on civilization building. Spore has to focus on that, and four other completely different stages. All crammed into one game! Of course it won't compare to a game purely about building an empire, but overall the game is perfectly fine. If you just accept it for what it is, instead of complaining about what it's not, you will have a good time creating a species and conquering the galaxy.

    Overall, this is an excellent game, a little simple at times, but a good game all around, especially considering you basically get 5 games in one. Maybe some gamers will despise Spore for it's simplicity, but for everyone else, give it a go. You'll most likely enjoy exploring the universe with whatever monster you can create. If you ignore all the weak complaints and just try the game, I'm sure you'll have a good time.

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