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This review is from: The Evil Within PC
Pros: graphics are really good
has a creepy environment.
Cons: controls are not that great.
letter boxed gaming with a bad FOV.
not much of a story.
Other Thoughts: aiming in this game is way off, try and hit the target and the bullets go right threw. same with point blank shots.
when forcing the games FOV and aspect to a better view, it crashes a lot.
reminds me of RE4 with a cross of SH.
just another shooter. no puzzles and the story is flat. game gets really stupid when you get close to the end.
defiantly was nothing like what was shown @ E3
This review is from: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII PS3
Pros: good sound track, fun to play
Cons: game time limit, Graphics are poor, battle system is for the birds, to many side quests, short story, difficult to play with out a guide.
Other Thoughts: they claim to use the same game engine, but it looks more like unreal 3, and that looks parenthetic on consoles.
battle system is to much like a fighting game.
Y are the side quests required to lvl up?
hard to keep up with what hope says wile other things are going on.
Y is there a timer on this game?
I normally give FF games 5 stars but I just this time.
This review is from: KINGWIN KF-1000-BK 3.5" Internal hot swap rack
Pros: tray less, includes cables, SATA pass threw, allows for internal 3.5" and 2.5" SATA hdd's or even SSD's in a 5.25 front bay for hot swapping.
Cons: install is a bit tricky on tool less cases. loose shock absorbers.
Other Thoughts: installed in my 922 case by positioning the device to line up the holes for the press release lock and then do to the looseness of the devices shock absorbers the tension springs on the case would not hold the device in place so I had to use the included screws to keep it from moving around.
noted others complaining about the spring, that it gouges the hdd's label. check for any burs. as mine don't do that.
also despite the description, this has SATA pass threw, meaning that the speed and the size is only limited by your mainboards SATA controller.
PLEASE NOTE......hot swap for SATA drives requires AHCI enabled on your mainboard.
also note that the built in hot swap for windows is supported *unlike what some have stated* it's just not as fast at detecting SATA as it is @ USB
@ the user that claims that this don't last up to 50k swaps, you must be really rough on pc's.
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