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Restaurant Review: Henri’s, Shifnal

I took a trip over to Shifnal recently with Alex, to a restaurant called Henri’s. Situated on Church Street in the town, with an outside seating area and a (small) car park, it seems well placed for passing trade and the general aesthetic was nice.

Our table was booked for 7.45pm, and all but one of our party arrived on time. We were shown to our table, and drinks orders were taken. The restaurant serves a variety of world beers, although usually well known brands such as Corona, Peroni and Red Stripe.

Toyota GT86 Test Drive

After all of the hype, concept drawings and years of waiting, I’ve at last been for a test drive in the GT86, from William A. Lewis Toyota in Shrewsbury.

Crackdown Review (Xbox 360)

Crackdown could quite easily be compared to the Grand Theft Auto series of games – it offers an entire city to use and abuse as you see fit, a decent number of vehicles to drive or destroy, and it’s packed full of criminals and cops.

The similarities end there, however. For Crackdown isn’t a story-driven game in the same way that the 3D GTA games were, nor is the emphasis on committing whatever crimes are necessary to take you to the top. In Crackdown, you play the part of a genetically enhanced super-cop, created to combat three criminal gangs that are in control of the city and reclaim the streets on behalf of your masters, The Agency.

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