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Submitted by logiagamer 520d ago | opinion piece

TOP 5: Xbox 360´s best graphics

Cycles of Xbox 360 and PS3 have entered its final phase squeezed its full potential to the fullest. Although we see many multiplatform titles for the remainder of 2014 and 2015, AAA exclusive games will be privileged to Xbox and PS4 One now. However, more than seven years with the console has given developers enough knowledge and experience to draw their full potential afloat, leaving in its last stages with really awesome games. (Crysis 3, Gears Of War Judgement, Grand Theft Auto V, Halo 4, Rage, Xbox 360)

Lukas_Japonicus  +   519d ago
RAGE, Halo 4 and Gears of War 3, definitely.

I was surprised that RAGE was 60fps on consoles, even though it had some texture pop in, i still found it impressive. Im one of the few people who actually liked RAGE i guess.
Angerfist  +   519d ago
I liked it too. But the Ending was a f...... Joke and Ruined the whole experience for me.

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