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*******t***/63DFUtXb - Best Bargain Review - Samsung Focus I917 Unlocked Phone I've been using the Focus for about three months now and it's honestly by far the best phone I've ever owned. The screen is gorgeous, the WP7 OS is responsive and intuitive, and most of all it actually works as a phone! As a previous dedicated Iphone owner, I can say that I have absolutely no regrets in switching, and I can see the jealousy of my family (who are still Apple nuts) whenever I let them mess around with the interface. The only cons I can put against it are that it only comes with 8 gigs initially (which is just ridiculously low these days), but I stuck another 16 in with an sd card I had lying around. Some people seem to be having an issue with not having their cards work, but I've never had a problem. Also-and this is incredibly minor-there's no gapless playback on the Zune software. I know only about 5 people will actually care (or even notice), but it's slightly irritating at times. In it's current state, I would already put the Focus and WP7 at the cream of the mobile crop, but with the Mango update coming in a week or two, I really can't see any other OS coming near to holding a candle to it. A lot of people are still understandably skeptical due to Microsoft's less than stalwart track record with mobile devices, but WP7 fixes every issue of the past and does what Apple has quit doing-innovating.
3 Jan 2012
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General Aladeen is another persona created by comedy king Sacha Baron Cohen in his latest film “The Dictator”. In the end while the movie has its brilliant moments scattered throughout, it doesn’t hold a candle against Cohen’s earlier films. We give the movie 2 and a half stars out of 5.
17 May 2012
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Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble!! Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRUndertow review of Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble!! released by Tomy Corporation for the Nintendo DS. Control all your favorite shinobi from the Hidden Leaf Village and beyond as you pursue the enigmatic and evil Itachi Uchiha. A game that operates more like an interactive story rather than a solid fighting adventure, Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble tries its best, but still doesn't hold a candle to more popular Naruto adventures like Clash of Ninja and Ultimate Ninja. This video review features video gameplay footage of Naruto Shippuden: Shinobi Rumble!! and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Eric.
24 Oct 2012
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