Halo Reach completes this excellent series in a way that will make gamers proud. It’s so good, it almost makes us sad to know that it’s all over. And any sins of the past (ODST) are forgiven.
Fable III hits the market with all the fun and funny goodness of the previous two titles. And although it’s cursed with some odd story choices, it does add to the franchise we’ve come to love.
As one of the most anticipated (for five years now) games for the Xbox 360, Alan
Wake certainly lives up to our graphical expectations. The gameplay however, is a touch
on the boring side.
The Halo: Reach Beta is going on right now, and for the next few days, you would be a fool not to get in on this awesome action!
The newest karaoke craze is Lips for the Xbox 360, and for once, a game lives up to the hype. Lips is packed with great sing-along music, and even lets you load up your own tunes.
Defense Grid: The Awakening is a puzzle game like no other, with lasers, flamethrowers, alien hoards and an addictive gameplay that will have you coming back for more.
With the second exciting instalment in the Fable series, Microsoft is looking to have a real Xbox 360 (and eventually a PC) gem of an RPG series on their hands.
Too Human has many fans and detractors, but our reviewer found herself somewhere in the middle. If you can wrestle some annoying flaws, you will find a great game.
Mass Effect may be the ultimate RPG for the Xbox 360. Filled with twists and turns galore, the engaging storyline will have you trying to save a broken universe.
Vampire Rain is a game that has a ton of potential, but then wastes most of it in the first couple levels of this heavily flawed stealth shooter.