The Top 10 Greatest Xbox 360 Games of All Time

"An epic story sets the entire game in motion and keeps the player interested with unique character dynamics and beautifully rendered memory scenes" -Play Legit

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SaintAlpha1013404d ago

No TES 4 Oblivion, Fable 2 or Mass Effect 1/2?
Not really that good of a top 10 list. IMO
(Well, top 7 list, 3, 2 and 1 haven't been added for some reason).

bacrec13404d ago

Fixed! Thanks for checking it out.

alexkoepp3404d ago (Edited 3404d ago )

Reach is the worst Halo to date (minus ODST if you count that). In one swift design change, "press LB to become invincible" bungie managed to ruin Halo, and shake my confidence in them as a studio. Hope destiny doesn't suck. No way the best 360 game. I'd have put Halo Anniversary over reach, Halo 1 is still the best.

coolbeans3404d ago

^"press LB to become invicible"

Was that the added power-ups like decoy and stuff? If so, that's pretty drastic to determine such a minor problem shake your confidence of a studio that consistently sets great bars for itself.

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DefenderOfDoom23404d ago

Getting a xbox360 120gb for free from my friend , just to play the campaigns of HALO ODST, HALO REACH , HALO 4. PREY, QUAKE 4 ! OH YEAH!!!

Mikefizzled3404d ago

This is an insulting attempt of an article.

mattgdrums3403d ago (Edited 3403d ago )

Mass effect 1 would be my number 1 next to Alan wake, that game had an amazing atmosphere


Master Chief Became More Than A Machine In 343's Halo

In Halo 4, 5, and Infinite, Master Chief became a more nuanced, human character.

In spite of the Halo series’ struggles, 343 deserves praise for adding nuance and characterisation to the ever-beating heart of Halo - The Master Chief. Playing through Infinite, it's abundantly clear that the events of the current and previous trilogies have irrevocably changed the iconic hero. He’s no longer the ‘blank slate’ that was previously presented by Bungie. He’s a fatigued, damaged and fallible protagonist, and one who is meandering through currents of grief, while reveling in his newfound agency. Giving the Chief a compelling and meaningful voice was no small feat, and 343 should be proud of that victory.

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kingnick195d ago

This article completely misses part of the appeal of the original iteration of character in the original game trilogy. It was the Chief and Cortana vs an entire alien collective. The blank slate Bungie displayed in their games was genius, he was an mysterious hero a wide audience could identify with because he wasn't as clearly defined as most characters.

The books added a lot of lore and backstory but most Halo players just want a fun game with exposition that doesn't get in the way of gameplay, it's why the Cortana level in Halo 3 was derided.

Not every character has to be a damaged soyboy, a soldier has to suck it up and do his duty.

BandarHub194d ago

A lot of people give the 343 version of Master Chief a lot of slack.
But Fundamentally he is still the same character, he just has a couple more dialogues. He has not changed in terms of attitude.
"Not every character has to be a damaged soyboy, a soldier has to suck it up and do his duty."
And that's what he has done at the end of the day, he did his duty. Watch his partner die, and was ready to destroy the weapon in Halo infinite....he is still the same soilder that everyone remembers

Halo Infintes one was a nice balance between both.

slate91194d ago

Chief and the halo franchise became a joke under 343

Sciurus_vulgaris194d ago

The 343i Master Chief has is based on the books. However, in Halo 4-Infinite, the Master Chief overtime become. gradually becomes more willing to show some emotion.

Obscure_Observer194d ago

"However, in Halo 4-Infinite, the Master Chief overtime become. gradually becomes more willing to show some emotion."

Which is awesome! I love how Master Chief become more John and less soldier.

Sciurus_vulgaris194d ago

I didn’t even notice my typos,lol


Fifteen years on, Lost Odyssey is a perfect swansong for the formula Hironobu Sakaguchi perfected

It’s quite hard to believe, but Lost Odyssey turns fifteen years old today. A curious product of the time, it has arguably only got better with age - and not just because of what it is, but also what it represents.

andy85293d ago

Jeez doesn't seem 15 years. Very fond memories of this

FortWaba293d ago

The short stories that Kaim collects/remembers are truly emotional. I remember one in particular made my eyes water.

If you've never played this, try to hunt down an original copy, or emulate it. This game was a gem.

GoodGuy09293d ago

I wish there was a remaster. This and Last Story. Sad these games were released on the...wrong platforms...

kingnick292d ago

Considering all the early tech issues Unreal Engine 3 had combined with Japanese developers working with a foreign language engine Lost Odyssey on the PS3 would have been a tech disaster if it had used UE3.

Lost Odyssey's long load times and framerate drops are evidence of just how hard it was working with early builds of UE3, it's a miracle Lost Odyssey turned out as well as it did.

In a perfect world Lost Odyssey would have launched on the PS3 but I doubt Sony or anyone else would have funded the project if Microsoft didn't.

shinoff2183292d ago

It wouldve sold better thats for sure and maybe dude wouldnt be doing mobile games now