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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 1092d 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)

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