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This review is from: Killzone Trilogy Collection PlayStation 3
Pros: All 3 games look and play great.
Cons: DEALING WITH BEACH AUDIO!!!! They advertised that the trilogy comes with all the maps from K2 & K3; in the form of a DL code. Well, my DL code expired a month before I placed my order. Numerous emais to BEACH AUDIO, and NOT ONE REPLY. Finally had to bring New Egg into it. No matter what the sale, I wil NEVER buy from Beach Audio again. They falsely advertise products and don't even have the common courtesy to reply to their customers. STAY AWAY FROM THEM.
Other Thoughts: STAY AWAY FROM BEACH AUDIOREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Battlefield 4 Xbox 360 Game
Pros: Non yet
Cons: The MP is an absolute joke. Lagging all the time. Constant freezes in which you have to reboot your xbox. Ranking, unlockables and save data get lost regularly. The graphics are not xbox 360 worthy. Can't form squads prior to games. Server searching is a waste of time, as most of the time a server will be full, though the list shows empty slots. Non user friendly loadout screens (COD's is 1000 times better).
Other Thoughts: I was a big COD player, but got tired of the same game year after year. I played the BF 4 beta and loved it. Bought this on release day, and have yet to enjoy it. The beta played better. How can EA release this game with all these bugs? Apparently there are no testers anymore. Either that or they put all their resources into the Xbox One version. Sad, I was hoping to enjoy BF. EA fails again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Splinter Cell Trilogy HD Playstation3 Game
Pros: Wow, all 3 Splinter Cell games on one disc for 19.96, what a steal. These definitely look better than the originals. There is no stretching of the picture whatsoever. Everything was proportionate. If some people are dealing with stretching, they might want to look at their TV settings. I haev a 50" Panasonic 3D Vierra Plasma, and the games look sweet on it. The picture quality is as clear as it can be considering the age of the games; especially the first one. I still have my PS2 and old Xbox hooked up to another TV in my little man cave. I played the the first couple of missions for each ttle on the blu ray. I then went and booted up the older systems with the original single disc games. There is a huge difference in the visuals. Adding the Trophies to these games was a nice touch too.
Cons: My only gripe is the audio, especially on the first game. Many times characters will repeat the last letter of the word in their dialogue a few times. Example; At the end of the first games trasining mission when Lambert introduces Fischer to Wilkes. When Wilkes says, "Welcome to the NSA", it sounds like, "Welcome to the NSAAAA." I'm hoping this doesn't happen throughout all the games. I was a little disappointed with the packaging of my order as well. It was packed in a padded envelope that was much to big for the case. When I took the package out of my mailbox, I could hear that the game was rattling around inside the case. I was furious. Thankfully, I did not see any marks on the disc.
Other Thoughts: I have been a huge fan of the Splinter Cell series, except for Double Agent, and it was great to finally get the original 3 on one disc for so cheap. When comparing the original discs to these, in terms of visuals, the HD release shines nicely. If you have the originals and a playable old system, boot them up and see for yourself. Looking forward to playing all 3 in a row over the next few weeks.READ FULL REVIEW