XBox 360

XBox 360

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  • Dance Central

    Despite my frustration with what Dance Central can't do, I'm giving this game a high score for what it can

  • Rock Band 3

    Rock Band 3 on Wii, PS3, DS and XBox 360 is a revolutionary step forward in both music gaming and music instruction

  • Vanquish

    Third-person shooter Vanquish offers few surprises

  • Super Meat Boy

    2D platforming game Super Meat Boy on the Xbox 360 is a challenging game for patient players or those willing to put up with punishment

  • Dead Rising 2

    Live out your Shaun of the Dead fantasies in Dead Rising 2 on Xbox 360

  • Sonic Adventure

    Sonic Adventure is a no-frills re-release on Xbox Live Arcade from Sega

  • Nat Geo Quiz! Wild Life

    Lions, tigers and bears feature in this National Geographic quiz game

  • Halo: Reach

    Halo: Reach on XBox 360 is the best Halo campaign to date with a well-crafted narrative and eye-popping presentation

  • Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

    Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions on Xbox 360 is easily one of the best Spider-Man games released

  • Shank

    Shank on the Xbox 360 is a delightfully brutal action packed hack-and-slash video game

  • Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

    It's nice to see the Castlevania series trying something new after so many years of successful-yet-similar hits, but this one isn't the masterpiece you might have been expecting

  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

    In recent years, Lara Croft regained her groove with entries like Anniversary, Legend and Underworld, but she still hasn't fully crawled out of the abyss

  • Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days

    The problem with Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is that stuff just happens and there's really not a whole lot of substance or logic behind any of it

  • Mafia 2

    Mafia II fails to fully deliver on its immense promise

  • Monday Night Combat

    Much like Blacklight: Tango Down, there's enough multiplayer content in MNC to keep you satisfied for days on end

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