The Xbox 360 is a great console. If you’re an owner of one, you’re likely aware of its most popular games—the titles that are still being made today. But what about the games that have been forgotten, even by the most diehard of Xbox gamers? The following eight titles should be in your library:
Red Dead Redemption.
Red Dead Redemption is an open world action-adventure game set in the American frontier. It is the first game in the Red Dead series and was developed by Rockstar San Diego and published by Rockstar Games. The story follows John Marston, a former outlaw trying to repent for his past sins by finding his family members and atoning for them.
The gameplay of Red Dead Redemption can be described as “sandbox” or “open world” because players have complete freedom to explore their surroundings, often interacting with other characters they encounter along the way. The player can choose how they want their character to behave during combat encounters, such as whether they want him/her to fight aggressively (using rifles) or sneakily (using cover).
Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet.
Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet is a side-scrolling platformer that was released in 2011. The game is available on Xbox 360, PC and Mac OS X. It is rated E10+ by the ESRB (the Entertainment Software Rating Board).
The developers of this game are Shadow Planet Productions and I have to say that they do a really good job with their game. In fact, if you play this game and then play some other platformers you will notice that there are differences between them which make them more than just variations on one theme, but each offering something unique to the player.
Rare Replay is a compilation of 30 games, including many Rare classics like Banjo-Kazooie, Perfect Dark and Conker’s Bad Fur Day. It’s the perfect way to experience the history of one of gaming’s most beloved studios.
If you missed out on some of these titles when they were first released or simply want to relive your childhood memories in 1080p, Rare Replay is an amazing collection that will keep you occupied for hours on end.
Trials Evolution is a racing game developed by RedLynx and published by Microsoft Studios. It was released on April 18, 2012 for Xbox Live Arcade and on May 14, 2012 for PlayStation Network.
It is the sequel to Trials HD and Trials Evolution. The game contains new features such as customizable gear parts, skill games and online multiplayer with up to 8 players in the same race at once. Players can create their own tracks using a built-in editor and then challenge other players through Xbox Live or PSN to play them.
Gotham City Impostors.
Gotham City Impostors is a first-person shooter game that was developed by Monolith Productions and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows. The game is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game and features Gotham City’s superheroes facing off against supervillains in an all out war.
The game is free to play and features microtransactions which can be used to purchase various cosmetic items in the game. It also features limited time special events such as tournaments where players can win exclusive skins or character cards that give their characters certain passive abilities when equipped during matches.
Anomaly Warzone Earth.
Anomaly Warzone Earth is a tower defense game that takes place in a war-torn city, where you play as a commander of a special forces unit. Your objective is to defend your base from alien invaders by placing and upgrading towers in strategic locations.
As the player progresses through the game, more towers become available for purchase, allowing you to create more powerful combinations of defenses to suit your playstyle. The enemy units also get stronger and smarter as the game goes on, making it necessary for players to frequently switch up their strategies for success.
This combination of simple mechanics mixed with strategic depth makes Anomaly Warzone Earth one of the most replayable titles on Xbox 360.
Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam DLC.
This game is about the Vietnam War. It’s mainly for online multiplayer and you can play it with up to 64 players at once, although there are bots too. The game rating is PEGI 18 and costs £11.99/$14.99/€14.99 on Xbox Live Marketplace, or you can get it bundled with other games in some places (e.g., Tesco). It takes around 20 hours to complete if you’re going for all of the achievements that are currently available in this DLC pack (and there are a few more coming soon).
You control your character using standard FPS controls: left stick moves, right stick aims your weapon, RT/R2 buttons fire guns or grenades respectively while LT/L2 buttons use special abilities like calling in airstrikes or healing teammates who need it most urgently (you earn points by doing so). X button reloads weapons when held down long enough; RB + LB allows you to zoom out using Sniper Rifles so that enemies don’t spot who’s got their sights trained on them when they peek out from behind cover far away from where most soldiers would expect danger to come from because snipers tend not be mobile enough not only survive but also get back into firing range fast enough after running out into open areas between safe spots which makes them vulnerable since being exposed increases likelihood chance someone else might catch sight of movement near ____(insert name here) who’d then tell others something happening over radio frequencies without anyone knowing why until later when its too late because no one was able stand guard outside entrance point during night shift duty shift change due heavy workloads caused by increased number soldiers needing training exercises due recent influxes recruits wanting additional training opportunities due lack trained instructors available within
If you’re a skateboarding game fan, then Skate 3 is for you. It’s not as good as Tony Hawk: Ride, but it’s pretty close. The controls are great and the graphics are nice, with the exception of some low-poly textures here and there. But what makes this game worthwhile is its multiplayer mode. You can play online with up to 8 people in a session or even create your own skate park using the editor!
Xbox 360 owners are missing out on some unique games.
Xbox 360 owners are missing out on some unique games. Here are 8 games that Xbox 360 owners don’t know they must play:
- Braid – A puzzle platformer with a twist
- Limbo – A dark and mysterious puzzle-platformer
- Bastion – An action RPG set in a post-apocalyptic world
- Catherine – A puzzle block game with an interesting story line
- Lollipop Chainsaw – The daughter of the legendary zombie killer returns to save her friends from vampires and other supernatural foes!
- Portal 2 – One of the best games ever made, period (and it’s available on Xbox 360!)
- Linger In Shadows – This indie point & click adventure game is not only unique but also just plain fun!
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Xbox 360 owners may not be playing these games, but they should. It’s well-known that some of the best titles on Xbox 360 are online multiplayer shooters, and you can’t blame an owner for sticking to what they know and love. If you’ve got an Xbox 360 and haven’t played any of these eight games, your console still has a few tricks up its sleeve. It’s never too late to start a new adventure into the world of gaming!