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Submitted by Cyrus365 1704d ago | article

OXM UK: Xbox 360 Launch Line-Up - Five Years On

OXM UK writes: "Okay, so technically speaking it's not quite five years on from Xbox 360's launch.

But it's close enough and we can definitely have a look back at the greying software with a new appreciation, given what games have arrived since those heady days brimming with potential we didn't know and innovations we couldn't have predicted." (Call of Duty 2, Condemned: Criminal Origins, Kameo: Elements of Power, Need for Speed Most Wanted, Perfect Dark Zero, Project Gotham Racing 3, Xbox 360)

Wizziokid  +   1705d ago
Damn looking at that list really takes me back.
Paradicia  +   1704d ago
It does and it really shows how much the graphics and tech have evolved.
Myst  +   1705d ago
Man I still need to buy Kameo now that I see it here. Forgot all about that game...

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