The 20 best Xbox 360 games

20 must-own video games for Xbox 360

The Xbox 360 has played host to many outstanding games over the past five years. In our humble opinion, these are the 20 best video games currently available for the system. Every game on this list is a must-play title -- from the recent smash Halo: Reach to the sublimely original Portal.

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Capcom Super Street Fighter IV

A stellar upgrade to an already solid fighter, Super Street Fighter IV makes a great brawler even better, boasting 10 new characters, various balancing tweaks and plenty of worthwhile gameplay flourishes.

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  • 28th April, 2010
  • Heidi Kemps
  • Capcom
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  • Pros:
  • New characters add significantly to the game, balance tweaks and more online options make competitive play more worthwhile, the replay system is incredibly robust
  • Cons:
  • The inability to record local match replays is disappointing (as is the lack of the catchy "Indestructible" theme from the original SFIV)

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