6 posts • joined 20 Nov 2009
I bought it for pc and really wish I hadnt, I tried and tried to like it but the handling is absolutely terrible and nothing fixes it, it has been uninstalled and thrown in a box now, 75%? no chance.
Don't touch it, read user reviews not journalistic ones, its one of the worst games in the NFS series, it tries so hard not to be an arcade game and more of a sim in terms of handling and fails miserably, it's just no fun to play.....
I stuck with htc and android (from magic to desire), nothing much to look at here moving on.........
can have free ebooks anyway, good free app on the market is Aldiko....as for the a to z on live, doesnt exist for me!!
About sums them up, my account was locked for "illegal" activities, I sold a monitor and pc parts and had £140 in there, according to paypal I had numerous outstanding accounts, which of course was a lie. I lost my money fighting them and gave up after getting no further forward and proving any other accounts werent mine. Never use them again, I lost the goods and the money.....law unto themselves, the sooner people realise this and stop using them the better.
I think I'll wait a while, £3k? crikey!
WM is dead surely?
I love htc phones and my last 3 have all been htc and will continue using them as they trully are great phones. My last 2 were windows mobile, this one I have now is Android and my next one will be android too, surely with Android proving so good and quickly establishing itself (soon to become the industry standard?) and google themselves about to release a handset windows mobile is finished?
Quite unsure why HTC chose to launch this exceptional handset on WM, crazy decision......
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