Reviewed By: kfb2014
Review Date: 7/31/16 12:46 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Rufus Hound a Doctor Who fan, certainly puts in a decent shift here, for any actor, it is often commented hard to actually pull off a reading or performance art that will allow the listener to be submerged into a wonderfully believable journey through the story telling itself. Rufus has done for me something quite clever here, instead concentrate on the Doctor as the lead character of the piece, Rufus dons the hat of the meddling monk, of which he has played before, and being sort of comfortable in his skin, or in this case his habit. This story actually makes for some fine affordable entertainment. I think Big Finish selling these titles for the cost that they are is both genius and also a little thank you to those whom perhaps want not to splash the cash for a exceptionally high quality audio drama that only a company like Big Finish can produce, to such exacting standards of production, casting, production and overall enjoyment. This is something that we often forget, when we analyse the output we are looking at the quality of the performance, and perhaps forget, that simple question did this entertain me, and did it do enough for me that I would happily either return to this again, or perhaps purchase another in this or any other range.
Blame Game, is quite simply "lovely" it is nostalgic and also massively entertaining, and the use of the word lovely is something that I use in the widest sense, it does not mean that it is twee or I am lost for adjectives to describe the release, it is just what I want when I want to kick back relax and listen to my favourite science fiction character. Rufus you have done the legend that is Pertwee well, this is a wonderful story written expertly well giving off all the right feeling that it was a story that we never saw.