Sequel to Microsoft's Xbox multiplayer party game. This party game for Xbox 360 is set in space and combines futuristic arcade action, mini-games, tournament modes, and custom tailored games with online features such as multiplayer and customizable tournaments. Players are able to create their own unique tournaments that can be shared on Xbox Live while building achievement points. Gamers can also use tournament cards that are either won or given out to defeat their opponents in rank, select the next mini-game to be played, or choose their next destination planet. The game offers a variety of 40 mini games that a wide audience can play. Players battle new tournaments on seven different planets by competing in games such as the Collision Collusion, Turbine Jumper, and Super Slam Dunk which is a advanced slam dunk shootout played in low gravity where players try to steal the ball from their challengers to score a slam dunk.
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Provided that everything we learned at E3 2018 about Microsoft's intentions to invest huge on new ideas and bringing the Xbox brand back to a creative standpoint, there are some very well loved franchises that they have in their stable which have been under-utilized. These games not only tested out new gameplay concepts and provided fun gameplay for many players, they helped give an identity to Xbox which made it stand apart from other systems at the time - something they struggle with today.
GamesAsylum: "Many long forgotten IPs were launched on the original Xbox, back in the early days when Microsoft was trying to broaden the console’s appeal as wide as possible. They didn’t seem particularly bothered if they had a hit on their hands or not – in an attempt to steal some limelight from Sony and Nintendo, they were simply focused on getting new games on the shelves, and plenty of press coverage to accompany them."