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Submitted by Gekko 511d ago | opinion piece

Impulse Buys: Xbox 360's Greatest Remakes, HD Editions And Compilations

Edwin Evans-Thirlwell: ''Look at the games on your shelf. I'm sure they're great games, because you're reading our website, and if you're reading our website, you're evidently a being of taste and discretion. Want to know something depressing about the games on your shelf? Well, at some point in the next couple of years you'll probably buy them all again for Xbox 720 with subtly improved graphics, a few bolt-on collectables and (if you're lucky) a download code for an Xbox Live copy of some hopelessly dated spiritual precursor.'' (Battlefield 1943, Beyond Good & Evil HD, Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

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