I was a bit bothered by the "MAY CAUSE CANCER" tag, but I found out that pretty much anything sold in California gets that tag... I assume it's on there because of the lead in the solder inside of the chair. Anyway, I've had this chair for just three days, and while I think it's pretty comfortable (and the sound quality of the speakers is actually surprisingly good for the price), the chair already creaks... which is pretty annoying, since it's a rocker. All-in-all, I guess it's about what I'd expect for the $102 I spent on it.
I should point out that I'm 5'8" and about 155 pounds, so it's not a weight issue, so much as a chair quality issue.
*Note: This review will contain zero spoilers, so as to be readable for the masses.*
The game people have been waiting for since basically the release of GTA IV is finally just about upon us. If you've used the internet at all for the past several months, then you know that the hype level for GTA V is astronomically high... much higher than I remember it ever being for any past Grand Theft Auto game, or even any game the past few years, period. The natural question to ask is: Is this game worth that hype?
The chances are that you've seen or read about how big the game is in terms of map size and things to do. The truth… Read more
This set is disappointing for several reasons. Firstly, as cool as the packaging is, it's just not practical. Where the hell is somebody supposed to put that thing? The bigger issue though is that there's nothing new included here. There aren't any new special features, and the errors in episode orders throughout some of the seasons are incorrect. This is an entertaining show, but they could have improved this a bit more.