Submitted by mathsman 1059d ago | article

Best of Xbox in 2012

Celebrating the end of another year, Microsoft Studios has revealed an infographic showing some of the biggest and best gamer achievements on the Xbox 360 console through Xbox LIVE. From the longest rally in Kinect Sports’ tennis to the use of virtual LEGO bricks in LEGO Batman 2 and LEGO The Lord of the Rings, all of the year’s brightest Xbox statistics are available right here. (Kinect Sports, Kinect Sports 2, Kinect Sports: Season Two, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, LEGO The Lord of the Rings, Mobile, PC, Xbox 360, Xbox LIVE)

DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   1058d ago
Buzz7S  +   1058d ago
If this is the best of Xbox in 2012, then..... well, damn. Really? This is all they have to show for 2012? Not even a mention of Halo 4? Forza Horizon? Smart Glass?

I feel ashamed to say I am an avid Xbox user. I feel embarrassed for whoever decided this was the best of Xbox in 2012.

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