Xbox One arrives soon, launch slate topped by Dead Rising 3, Forza 5 and Ryse. But how do Xbox One's launch games compare to the games Xbox 360 landed with back in 2005? Who can even remember? Jog your memory with the video below the cut.
I would say the 360 launch titles were better. Kameo was such a good game.
360 BY FAR had the most diverse and widest range of quality. You could pick up a few games and know they would be very good. PGR3 was superb. COD2 was fantastic. Condemned was rather good, amped 3 was too, Kameo and Perfect Dark were certainly enjoyable if you didn't have too high expectations. Honestly you could buy 5 or 6 titles on 360s launch and they all would keep most gamers pretty chuffed. There was something for everyone in there. However Xbox had the best outright game. Halo. It had a good few launch titles as well notably PGR. Oddworld was good but not as good as hoped. DOA3 was solid. Xbox one has ermm... Some not so awesome multis and maybe Forza 5.Which is good but quite blatantly half a game compare to its predecessor. Battlefield 4 is probably the best game on Xbox One at launch. It has the typical launch sports titles like most consoles but less of the depth and diversity of the older machines
Well of course 360 since pretty much all the games in the first year were like exclusives for MS.
Considering that XB1 has best launch games and apps of any console ever...this answer is clear
corvusmd + 1h ago Considering that XB1 has best launch games and apps of any console ever...this answer is clear #2 The meta scores for xb1 games would disagree.
easily the ps4 has the best line up
I prefer the PS4 too but GTFO this is about xbox one and xbox 360 not Playstation.
I would say the 360. CoD was great and I loved Kameo. Gun and Condemned where good games as well.
I actually did have fun with Condemned and was thinking the other day that it'd be nice to see another one.
When I got the 360 at launch I got PGR3 (2nd best racer ever, 1st being Burnout Paradise. Kameo COD2 PDZ I'm not getting a XB1 but the only game I would like to play is Dead Rising 3.
Believe the original XBox beats both 360 and XBox ONE for launch titles with it's wider variety of game line-up.
I got my 360 after ps3 I got the gears 2 bundle from game, I renember playing gears 1 and in the tunnel part thinking "wow this is 'next gen' this is amazing" on fact that is still one of my best bits if the current gen ps3 was mostly used for cod4 at the time so didn't play uncharted etc, but gears 1 is such an epic game defo one oft best this gen and the only shooter that would make my best of this gen list (other games include heavenly sword moment with thousands of people on screen was a WTH THIS IS AWESOME moment, magma carter 2, infinite undescovery, lost oddest, folklore, siren blood curse (would love a ps4 siren game) assassins creed 1 mgs4 and so any others )
By far Xbox One.... Battlefield, Cod, Assassin's Creed... Forza, Ryse, KI, and Dead Rising.
I'd have to say 360's launch line-up: PGR3 - Though I haven't played it, 3 is critically held higher than F5 from most places Kameo - Contains a few problems but still a great title PDZ - A pale shadow to its very ambitious predecessor, but I thought it still makes the cut of being a great launch title when looking at the whole package Condemned: CO - Another one with annoyances but still deserves to be regarded as one of the best horror titles of 7th gen Call of Duty 2 - My personal favorite out of all COD's
I don't remember but I I know I got that JRPG that came out early for it..
By a longshot 360. I remember that night and how stoked I was then getting home and playing condemned criminal origins. I was simply blown away by the gameplay of the consoles games. I would say it was very close to my feelings during the 8bit generation consoles. Microsoft will never capture that again unfortunately. I will buy an Xbox one eventually because I really want one, but much like the PS3 launch it's just ridiculously overpriced. 399 I feel would have been the best price point just like the 360 was and now the PS4.
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