The 32 Best Xbox 360 Games

GamePro has sorted through hundreds of titles to bring you 32 of the best Xbox 360 games that we've seen on the console so far

32 Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit



Criterion's past experience is put to great use in its first lap with the Need for Speed franchise in Hot Pursuit—a game that bears many of the familiar hallmarks of the Burnout franchise. Aggressive takedowns of other racers and pursuing police cars function similarly in Hot Pursuit, and are likewise capped off by excessive, slow-motion depictions of destruction porn. Most notably, in a market filled with arcade racers like Split/Second and Blur, the game still feels like a true original.

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  • Tim

    The image is from fable III as far as I can tell.

    eric

    what game is 29? you have dead rising 2 up their twice =l it's a picture of a guy holding a six barrel gun type of weapon?

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