One of the true under-appreciated gems on the Xbox 360, Project Gotham Racing 4 features great graphics, fun gameplay, and tons of surprisingly varied racing modes. PGR4 is definitely worth a look.
Mass Effect 2 tops the original Mass Effect and stands as one of the best games on Xbox 360. The presentation is outstanding, the gameplay is sharp and very fun, and the story and characters are extremely well done. See our full Mass Effect 2 review here for more.
Can a game focused on art and emotion succeed in an industry focused on shooting and explosions? Of course it can! Child of Eden is a Kinect-enabled sensory overload that is well worth a look. Find out all of the details right here.
Tales of Vesperia stands as one of the absolute best RPGs of the 7th generation of game consoles. It has a great story, fantastic presentation, some of the best music around, and genuinely fun gameplay. It is also exclusive to Xbox 360 in the West. See our full Tales of Vesperia review here.
Turtle Beach makes some of the best wireless headsets for Xbox 360. We take a look at an older model, the Ear Force EX4, here in our full review.
Keeping your game systems organized, ventilated, and free of dust is very important. One product that will help you do this is the GameKeeper Gaming Storage system from Atlantic Inc. See our full review for more.
Before Kinect and Wii tried to measure your golf swing digitally and without much precision, there was Real World Golf for Xbox, a game that tied ropes to your hands connected to a sensor that replicated your swing in analog, not digital, with far more realistic results. See our full review of this old, but solid, Xbox golf game here.
The Xbox 360's d-pad isn't exactly optimal for fighting games, so you have three choices on how to deal with it - use the analog stick instead (which is what we do ...), buy an arcade stick, or buy a controller with a better d-pad. Accessory maker Mad Catz has a full lineup of controllers made specifically for fighting games, and we take a look at the Street Fighter IV Fight Pad here.
One of our most beloved Xbox 360 exclusive games it Viva Pinata, so we were pretty excited when a sequel was announced. See how the new game, Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise turned out right here in our full review.
Be Hef and live the life of a Playboy. Find out whether this "M" rated lifestyle simulator is worth your time in our full review. Please note: This game is rated "M" for Mature and features nudity, sexual content, and use of alcohol. It is not intended for audiences under the age of 17.
If you're looking for a slightly smaller Xbox 360 controller, the Mad Catz Microcon might be worth a look. Learn more in our full review.
Playing racing games with a wheel is one of the most exciting and satisfying ways to play games that I can think of. When you play with a high-end wheel like the Fanatec Speedster 3, the experience gets even that much better. This is hands down the best wheel you can get for the Xbox. It is a bit expensive, but the nearly perfect design and performance make the $150 price tag much easier to swallow. Read all about it right here.
If you are a real racing fan, you owe it to yourself to play racing games with a steering wheel because it really does make everything more fun. A great wheel to consider is the MC2 Universal Wheel from Mad Catz. Read our full review for more.
Turtle Beach's Ear Force line of wireless headphones have proven to be pretty solid over the years. We have a review of the Ear Force X2 right here.
The next step in the videogame exercise genre is here. Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, along with Kinect, tracks your movements and gives you a real guided workout unlike anything a videogame has ever been able to do before. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
The biggest complaint about Kinect is that you have to have so much room in your house to use it. Nyko has come up with a solution in the form of lenses that snap onto Kinect and make it zoom in on you. Does it work? We have all of the details right here.
If you have an Xbox 360 wireless controller, you pretty much need a Play and Charge Kit. Find out what it is, what it does, and why you need it right here in our full review.
After a five year wait, Grand Theft Auto V is finally here. The competition in the sandbox crime genre has gotten a lot tougher, too. How does GTAV stand up? Find out here in our full review.
Tecmo and Team Ninja deliver an updated and enhanced version of Dead or Alive 5. There is plenty of new stuff here that make it worth a look for series fans. See our full review for more.
Capcom is taking another crack at the Lost Planet series with a new developer at the helm. Does Lost Planet 3 live up to the potential we've all be waiting for the series to achieve? Sort of, but not really. See all the details in our full review.
Diablo III hasn't just made the transition from PC to consoles intact, it is actually better than ever before. Our full Xbox 360 Diablo III review has all of the details.
Rayman Legends is one of the best 2D platformers of the last 10+ years (maybe ever) and is a must play title for any gamer. Our review has everything you need to know.
The latest Splinter Cell takes us (mostly) back to the good ol' days while still remaining accessible. We have our full Splinter Cell: Blacklist review right here.
Combine the addictive toy collecting of Skylanders with the Disney name, and you have a potential mega success on your hands. Disney Infinity is just that game, and it is exactly what you'd expect. Our review has all of the details.
The latest Madden NFL game for Xbox 360 improves on last year's entry and stands as the best football game yet. See our full review of Madden NFL 25 for all of the details.