What was once your life … is now your legend. Enter a magical world of dragons, destiny, and epic adventure in Eragon as you fight to fulfill the legacy of the dragon rider. Take to the skies as a dragon rider this winter, and experience the movie in theaters December 2006.
Fight as a team: Get help from unlikely allies with second player drop in/drop out co-op play. Earn special team attack bonuses for even more damage!
Vivendi Universal's Eragon for Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 dropped to $9.99 Mon. at online retailer Amazon.com.
The action title, which carries a list price of $39.99, was released to the U.S. in Nov. 2006.
This list was compiled by Gamersfeast using data from Microsoft's website.
1. Need for Speed Carbon - $35.73 - Electronic Arts
2. The Godfather - $30.80 - Electronic Arts
3. Test Drive Unlimited - $30.61 - Atari
4. Oblivion - $24.11 - Bethesda
5. Chromehounds - $23.74 - Sega
6. Call of Duty 2 - $14.99 - Activision
7. Tiger Woods 07 - $14.24 - Electronic Arts
8. Ridge Racer 6 - $11.99 - Namco
9. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - $11.24 - Ubisoft
10. Eragon - $10.00 - Vivendi Games
10. Kameo - $10.00 - Microsoft
10. PGR 3 - $10.00 - Microsoft
Boy, Christopher Paolini must be living the high life right about now. The 23 year-old has already published a book that has been read by millions of people around the world and has been turned into a major motion picture starring perennial Oscar candidates Jeremy Irons and John Malkovich. Fans rejoiced when they heard that Eragon was being turned into a movie, but it was the announcement of the game that got us excited. After hearing people talk about what a great story it was, we couldn't help but look forward to the release. Unfortunately, Eragon is a major disappointment in just about every way. It's one of those games that will only appeal to the hardcore fans of the property, and even they will probably be frustrated by its repetitive, boring gameplay and subpar graphics.