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Xbox 360 Game Reviews

Find all Xbox 360 game reviews here. After a flawed yet successful first attempt at home gaming, Microsoft debuted the successor to the Xbox in November 2005. Released a full year ahead of the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360 challenged Sony’s reign as king of the gaming industry. The Xbox 360 brought along a sleeker, more ergonomic controller. The console and its peripherals have gone through major innovations since Xbox 360 first released. An HD-DVD add-on allowed users to watch movies in the short-lived HD-DVD format. The console never supported Blu-ray discs. Microsoft released the Kinect in 2010. The motion-detecting peripheral allows users to control compatible games using body motion rather than a classic controller.

Microsoft has introduced new design variants of the Xbox 360 since its initial release. At E3 2010, a smaller, quieter unit called the Xbox 360 S was unveiled. Three years later, Microsoft announced the Xbox 360 E. The updated console is designed to match the style of its successor, Xbox One, which was announced earlier that year. Despite the release of a new console, Microsoft stated the company would support Xbox 360 for several more years. Launch day consoles were sold for $299.99 with a 20 GB hard drive or $399.99 with a 60 GB of memory. By the time Xbox One was released, Microsoft was offering a stripped-down Xbox 360 S with Kinect for $199.99.

Over the course of its lifetime, Xbox 360 was home to blockbuster exclusive titles including Halo 3 and Gears of War. Microsoft also established itself as the best console for fans of the Call of Duty franchise. As of October 2013, Microsoft had sold more than 80 million Xbox 360 units across the world. Much of the console’s success was achieved in the U.S. and the console performed poorly in Japan.

Archive for Category: Xbox 360 Game Reviews

Digimon All-Star Rumble (Xbox 360) Review

/ Feb 3rd, 2015 It’s ironic that Digimon All-Star Rumble revolves around boredom because you’d have to be severely bored to have any 0 comments continue reading >>

RBI Baseball 14 (Xbox 360) Review

/ Apr 11th, 2014 Jim Palmer was one of the greatest pitchers of all time. In 19 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles, Palmer 2 comments continue reading >>

World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition (Xbox 360) Review

/ Mar 31st, 2014 Imagine a world where wars are fought completely by tanks. Nothing appears to exist save for the big, burly 0 comments continue reading >>

South Park: The Stick of Truth (Xbox 360) Review

/ Mar 5th, 2014 Games like Final Fantasy have set the standard of what it means to be an RPG but South Park 0 comments continue reading >>

Air Conflicts Vietnam (Xbox 360) Review

/ Jan 6th, 2014 If there is a recipe for success in video games, fighter jets, wars and explosions are probably main ingredients. 0 comments continue reading >>

Call of Duty: Ghosts (Xbox 360) – Multiplayer Review

/ Dec 15th, 2013 Infinity Ward wrapped up the Modern Warfare trilogy and released a brand new IP for the Call of Duty 0 comments continue reading >>

Batman: Arkham Origins (Xbox 360) Review

/ Nov 19th, 2013 Batman: Arkham Origins, developed by Warner Bros. Games Montréal and published by Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment serves as third 0 comments continue reading >>

How to Survive (Xbox 360) Review

/ Nov 7th, 2013 The endless zombie horde strikes again in “How to Survive,” a top-down action game made by EKO Software and 0 comments continue reading >>

FIFA 14 (Xbox 360) Review

/ Oct 14th, 2013 Sports gamers are in an awkward position this year as the next generation of consoles looms. A fresh crop 0 comments continue reading >>

Diablo 3 (Xbox 360) Review

/ Sep 25th, 2013 When Diablo 3 released for PC in 2012, it was met with great reception but plagued by connection errors. 0 comments continue reading >>