Army of Two attempts to take cooperative gameplay to the limit. And although a poor AI dooms this noble goal, it still offers an enjoyable shooter experience.
Frontlines: Fuel of War is a good shooter with some really nice single player missions. However, the online component could use a serious server upgrade.
F.E.A.R. Files may be a scary game, but not for the reasons you think. Bad level design and a bland story make this standalone expansion a shadow of the original.
America’s Army: True Soldiers may or may not be a recruitment tool for the US Army. But either way, you would think they could make a better game. This one is horrible.
The LoSt CaUsE Gaming Headphones can make sure you don’t miss even one word of your favorite game, even if the world around you is not cooperating.
Tony Hawk's Proving Ground adds a few new features to the genre, but this long-running series is getting to be a case of "been there, done that" over and over again.
Eternal Sonata is an incredible experience that fans of RPGs will enjoy. And who would have thought that Frederic Chopin would be the star of a computer game?
TimeShift follows the adventures of a time-traveling scientist, and lets you freeze time to kill your enemies. But despite the cool concept, it never really pulls together.
PopCap has loaded some of their best arcade games like Bejeweled 2 and Feeding Frenzy into a great, inexpensive package for Xbox 360 players.
Despite the controversy surrounding this game, we actually found Kane and Lynch: Dead Men to be an enjoyable and somewhat innovative shooter.