60°
Submitted by Simeon Paskell 853d ago | article

D+PAD Magazine - Hidden Xbox Gems Part 2

D+PAD Magazine writes:

The previous entry in this series talked about a few multiplayer games that offered something a bit different to the norm, but this journey into the depths of the 360’s back catalogue isn’t done yet. There’s a wealth of distinctly fun single-player experiences to be had that might not be triple-A titles, but have a certain charm to them. Quite often these games are flawed, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from playing them; they show that there’s far more to the 360 than just Gears, Forza and Halo and that’s worthy of praise in its own right. (Blade Kitten, Lost Odyssey, Project Sylpheed, Xbox 360)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

The Rise of the Video Game Celebrity

4m ago - Power Up Gaming explores whether or not we are witnessing the dawn of the gaming superstar. | Industry
10°

Let's Play - 7 Days To Die

6m ago - Victor, Darren and Michael from Aussie Game Geek start their adventure in 7 Days To Die, with the... | PC
10°

Indie Friday: A Look at Australia's Local Gaming Scene | AusGamers

14m ago - AusGamers is back with another Indie Friday, where we take a look at all the awesome local conten... | PC
30°

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare GameStop Pre-Order Bonus Include Destiny's Extra Content

23m ago - All those pre-ordering Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare from GameStop will also receive an extra De... | Xbox 360
Ad

Start Making Games for the PS4

Now - Want to design the next generation of video games? Start learning game design today. Click for more info on how to get started. | Promoted post
20°

Oculus Rift DK2 Positional Tracking “adds Significantly to the Sense of Immersion” in Second Life

25m ago - Road to VR – David Rowe continues to develop the unofficial CtrlAltStudio Viewer, the first viewe... | PC
Related content from friends