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Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! Review (X360)
"Adventure Time" should make for a good videogame, but somehow it doesn't. At least not here. See our full Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! review for more.
Farming Simulator Review (X360)
Farming Simulator isn't the most exciting game, but it can be satisfying in its own way. See our full review for more.
Need for Speed: Rivals Review (X360)
The newest Need for Speed on Xbox 360 is a solid mix of ideas capped off with seamless single / multiplayer integration. We liked it quite a bit. See our full review for more.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 vs. FIFA Soccer 14 (X360)
FIFA 14 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 are closer than ever before out on the field. Our head-to-head comparison tries to figure out which one is better.
Angry Birds Star Wars Review (X360)
Angry Birds Star Wars is a blast to play on Xbox 360, but the price might be more than some people would like. Our review has more.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Review (X360)
Call of Duty: Ghosts is more of the same fast paced COD gameplay fans love with some new twists in the campaign and multiplayer to keep players hooked. See our full review for more.
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Review (X360)
Based on the CG animated show on Disney XD, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures is a solid 3D platformer that is great for kids.
Battlefield 4 Review (X360)
Battlefield 4 is a real looker, even on the 8 year old Xbox 360. It more than matches the great presentation with awesome gameplay as well. Our full Battlefield 4 review has everything you need to know.
Batman: Arkham Origins Review (X360)
The latest entry in the Batman Arkham series doesn't quite match up to the first two games. Learn all about it here in our full Batman: Arkham Origins review.
LEGO Marvel Superheroes Review (X360)
The latest LEGO game grants you access to all of the great characters from Marvel Comics. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes is a fun, feature-packed game no LEGO or Marvel fan should miss.
Rocksmith 2014 Review (X360)
Ubisoft's guitar teaching game is back and better than ever with Rocksmith 2014. Learn all about it here in our full review.
WWE 2K14 Review (X360)
WWE 2K14 focuses on WresteMania, but also packs all of the features and modes fans have come to expect along with solid gameplay. Our review has all of the details.
Skylanders: Swap Force Review (X360)
Skylanders: Swap Force takes the franchise to a whole new level with great presentation and new gameplay mechanics that both kids and adults will enjoy. Our review has everything you need to know.
Grand Theft Auto V Review (X360)
After five years of waiting, Grand Theft Auto V is finally out. How does it stack up to not only the rest of the series, but the increasingly fierce competition from other developers? Find out here in our full review.
Dead or Alive 5: Ultimate Review (X360)
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.
Lost Planet 3 Review (X360)
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 Review (X360)
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 Review (X360)
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.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review (X360)
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.
Disney Infinity Review (X360)
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.
Madden NFL 25 Review (X360)
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.
Payday 2 Review (X360)
Payday 2 lets you live out your bank heist fantasies like no game has before. As long a you're playing with people in co-op, that is, because the single-player is awful. See all of the details here in our full Payday 2 review.
Saints Row IV Review (X360)
Saints Row IV kicks the crazy and over the top world of Saints Row: The Third up about ten notches. In this case, more crazy means more awesome. See all of the details in our full Saints Row IV review for Xbox 360.
Mass Effect 3 DLC Overview
If you've been waiting on buying the DLC for Mass Effect 3, we tell you everything you need to know on which ones to buy and which ones to skip right here.
NCAA Football 14 Review (X360)
NCAA Football 14 is the best playing college football game yet. New physics, better passing, better defense, and more all add up to a great playing game. Our review has everything you need to know.
Star Trek: The Video Game Review (X360)
Star Trek: The Video Game was rushed to market before it was done. Simple as that. Glitches galore and half-baked gameplay are the telltale signs you'll instantly recognize here. We have all of the details in our full review.
Injustice: Gods Among Us Review (X360)
Injustice: Gods Among Us is a fun and accessible fighter that no fighting game fan or DC fanatic should miss. See all of the details in our full review.
Defiance Impressions and Overview (X360)
Trion Worlds' massively-multiplayer-online shooter is here and we give it a look. Defiance has a cool story and decent console-friendly MMO gameplay that is pretty addictive once you get into it. Our article has all of the details.
BioShock: Infinite Review (X360)
The original creators of BioShock are back with a new entry in the franchise (BioShock 2 was developed by someone else). Does BioShock Infinite live up to the standards set by the original? Find out in our full review.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 Review (X360)
Just when we thought the Tiger Woods series might have peaked with Tiger 13, EA and Tiburon blow our minds with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14. This is the best golf game on Xbox 360 yet.
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Review (X360)
Activision and Terminal Reality's take on "The Walking Dead" isn't much like that other TWD game. That one is really good. This one is really bad. We have all of the details here in our The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct review.
Gears of War: Judgment Review (X360)
Developer People Can Fly took over development duties on Gears of War: Judgment from Epic, but the result is pretty much the same - Chainsawing dudes in half is still fun. We have all of the details here.
MUD: FIM Motocross World Championship Review (X360)
Namco Bandai brings MUD: FIM Motocross World Championship over from Europe to fill the void of racing fans longing for a new dirt bike racer. We have all of the details here in our full review.
Tomb Raider Review (X360)
The Tomb Raider series is re-booted yet again, but this time it seems like they hit pay dirt. The new Tomb Raider nails the pacing, presentation, and gameplay to create the best game the series has seen yet. Our full review has all of the details.
Crysis 3 Review (X360)
EA and Crytek are back to blow your mind with the next gorgeous entry in the Crysis series. Crysis 3 certainly looks the part, and plays surprisingly well too. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Review (X360)
After multiple delays, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is finally here. Does it set a new standard for action games? Does it make the Metal Gear Solid story make any sense? Find out here in our full review.
Dead Space 3 Review (X360)
Electronic Arts and Visceral Games' third Dead Space brings some new elements to the table that enhance the already fantastic series. Our full Dead Space 3 review has all of the details.
Hitman HD Trilogy Info (X360)
The latest oldschool series to join the HD collection craze is IO Interactive's Hitman. We have all of the info you need on the three games included in the Hitman HD Trilogy right here.
BioShock: Ultimate Rapture Edition Info
To get you warmed up for BioShock Infinite, 2K Games is re-releasing the original BioShock and BioShock 2 in a fantastic package that includes both games, plus all of the DLC, for a low MSRP. We have all of the details here.
DmC: Devil May Cry Review (X360)
Capcom and Ninja Theory's reboot of the Devil May Cry series is finally out. How does it stack up? Will hardcore series fans ever be happy with anything new? We try to answer these and more in our full review.
Anarchy Reigns Review (X360)
Platinum Games' latest is the over-the-top brawler Anarchy Reigns. This multiplayer fighter matches Platinum's trademark pixel perfect gameplay with a crazy cast of characters and the most insane fights you can imagine. Our full review has everything you need to know.
Forza Horizon Rally Expansion Review (X360)
Forza Horizon's major new rally racing expansion is here, and we take a look at whether it is worth your $20 investment. Find out all of the details here.
Far Cry 3 Review (X360)
Far Cry 3 brings solid first-person-shooting to an open world environment in the most effective and fun way yet. It is a great looking, great playing game filled with content that we recommend. Find out all of the details in our full review.
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Review (X360)
SEGA follows up its fantastic Sonig & SEGA All-Stars Racing with the new and improved Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Bigger, more dynamic, and better in every way, this is the new kart racing king.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review (X360)
Another year, another Call of Duty. Black Ops II tweaks a few things with positive results to make this, arguably, the best COD game yet. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
LEGO The Lord of the Rings Review (X360)
The latest LEGO game teams up with the biggest fantasy licenses ever in one of the best LEGO games yet. LEGO The Lord of the Rings is solid all around. Find out more in our full review.
Hitman: Absolution Review (X360)
After a six year hiatus, Agent 47 is back in a new Hitman adventure. Hitman: Absolution streamlines the sneaking and assassination process in just the right ways to make it accessible, yet still challenging and fun. Our review has everything you need to know.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection Review (X360)
Namco Bandai joins the HD re-release club with the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai HD Collection for Xbox 360 and PS3. These are still some of the best DBZ games ever released, and the HD collection more than does the included titles justice. Read more in our full review.
NASCAR The Game: Inside Line Review (X360)
Acitivion and Eutechnyx's second attempt at NASCAR racing is more successful than their first, but it still falls a little short. Our full review has everything you need to know.
Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune Reviews (X360)
America's favorite game shows are now on Xbox 360 with the new releases of Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune from THQ. We take a look at both games here in our full review.
Halo 4 Review (X360)
Microsoft and 343 Industries take over development of the Halo series from Bungie and don't miss a beat. Halo 4 is the same great Halo we all know, just turned up to 11. Our full Halo 4 has all of the details.
WWE '13 Review (X360)
THQ follows up the fantastic WWE '12 by taking a trip back in time to the Attitude Era in WWE '13. Without a doubt, WWE '13 has the best roster of any wrestling game yet and is worth a look. Find out all of the details in our full review.
Zone of the Enders HD Collection Review (X360)
The Zone of the Enders HD Collection brings the fantastic Zone of the Enders giant robot action games to Xbox for the first time. Find out what all of the fuss is about, and why you need to play these games, right here.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2012 Review (X360)
Criterion's NFS: Hot Pursuit was a smashing success. Can the studio's next attempt to reinvent a classic Need for Speed title be as successful? Find out in our full Need for Seed: Most Wanted 2012 review.
Skylanders Giants Overview
Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure was a huge hit for Activision, so of course they're back this year with a brand new Skylanders adventure. We have all of the details on Skylanders Giants here in our overview.
007 Legends Review (X360)
Activision celebrates the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film franchise with 007 Legends, a collection of levels set in 5 classic Bond movies. Our full review has all of the details.
Doom 3: BFG Edition Review (X360)
Doom 3's corridor crawling and monster closets make the jump to HD in the Doom 3: BFG Edition. How does this now 8-year old shooter hold up in today's crowded FPS market? Find out in your full review.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review (X360)
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a faithful update of the oldchool PC original that brings a new twist to strategy games on Xbox 360. We liked it a lot. Find out all of the details in our review here.
Forza Horizon Review (X360)
The Forza series spin off created by Playground Games turned out pretty darn well. Forza Horizon is one of the best open world racers of the generation and a fine addition to your collection if you are a race fan.
Dishonored Review (X360)
Dishonored is a stealth game for folks that don't like stealth games. Of course, it is a stealth game for people that love stealth as well. Basically, it is a game for everyone that enjoys videogames. And that is a good thing.
NBA 2K13 Review (X360)
We have a lot of yearly franchises in videogames these days, but none of them bring more improvement and new stuff each year than the NBA 2K series. NBA 2K13 continues that trend and stands as the best NBA game, and possible best sports game overall, yet again.
Resident Evil 6 Review (X360)
Capcom brings us the biggest Resident Evil yet with Resident Evil 6. Does bigger mean better? Not really. Find out all of the details in our full RE6 review.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Review (X360)
Konami's soccer series has made significant strides in recent years. In Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 good enough to take the soccer crown from EA's FIFA series? Find out in our full review.
FIFA Soccer 13 Review (X360)
It shouldn't be surprising at this point, but EA Sports has cranked out another fantastic FIFA title. FIFA Soccer 13 is the undisputed soccer champion on Xbox 360. Read our review for all of the details.
Dead or Alive 5 Review (x360)
Team Ninja's latest fighter tones down the fanservice and polishes the fighting gameplay to produce the best Dead or Alive yet. We have everything you need to know in our full Dead or Alive 5 review.
Borderlands 2 Review (x360)
Gearbox and 2K Games are taking us back to Pandora with Borderlands 2. This sequel doesn't quite fix everything from the first game, but takes the "bigger, better, more bada**" approach and is a more fun game overall. Our review has all you need to know.
F1 2012 Review (X360)
Codemasters latest Formula 1 game brings an updated handling model and lots of new modes to keep you busy. The best F1 game ever just got better. Find out all of the details right here.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Review (X360)
Namco's Tekken series is back on Xbox 360 with Tekken Tag Tournament 2. This over the top, feature rich, deep and satisfying 3D fighter is just what the doctor ordered for 360 fight fans. Check out our review for all of the details.
Akai Katana Review (X360)
The latest shoot-em-up from bullet hell masters Cave is Akai Katana. With unique scoring systems and nice presentation, this is a winner.
Darksiders II Review (X360)
Darksiders II adds some nifty new tricks, an RPG-style progression system, and lots of loot to the Darksiders formula to create a bigger, badder, better sequel. Read our review for all of the details.
Madden NFL 13 Review (X360)
EA Sports and developer Tiburon brought out the big guns in the form of some significant upgrades in Madden NFL 13. Our full review has everything you need to know about the new physics, connected career mode, and more.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Review (X360)
Activision and High Moon Studios' follow-up to Transformers: War for Cybertron is just the sequel fans were hoping for. Bigger, better, and even more transforming robots to play with. Read our full review for more.
Sleeping Dogs Review (X360)
Square-Enix rescued Sleeping Dogs when Activision tossed it aside (it was originally going to be True Crime: Hong Kong) and remade it as Sleeping Dogs. Was the investment worth it? Find out in our full review.
Persona 4: Arena Review (X360)
The Persona series makes its first appearance on Xbox 360 with Persona 4: Arena. Not as an RPG, but as a crazy fighting game made by Arc System Works. The result is pretty spectacular. Our full review has all of the details.
Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends Review (X360)
The latest entry in the long running Test Drive is a love letter to Ferrari in Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends. The license is enough to attract some attention, but can the gameplay keep up with the horsepower under the hood? We have all of the details right here.
NCAA Football 13 Review (X360)
EA's latest NCAA Football game is here and we take a look at the new gameplay tweaks, Heisman Challenge mode, and more here in our full NCAA Football 13 review.
The Amazing Spider-Man Review (X360)
Activision and developer Beenox are back with an open world movie tie-in game for The Amazing Spider-Man. The result is surprisingly solid and much better than we've come to expect from most movie games. Our full review has all of the details.
London 2012 Review (X360)
Olympic-themed videogames don't exactly have the best reputation, but they are getting better. In fact, SEGA's London 2012 game is actually pretty good. Find out all of the details here.
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review (X360)
TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive are back with another LEGO game - this time featuring Batman and Robin and a host of other DC Super Heroes. It is tried and true LEGO gameplay all the way with a few fun additions as well. Find out all of the details in our full LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes review.
DiRT Showdown Review (X360)
Take DiRT 2 and 3, but strip out the actual rally events and leave behind the X-Games and Gymkhana stuff. That is DiRT Showdown in a nutshell. And, if you're of the right mind to embrace it, it is actually pretty good. Our review has all of the details.
Lollipop Chainsaw Review (X360)
Do you like zombies? Do you like cheerleaders? Well then, Lollipop Chainsaw is just the game for you. This action game pits you against the undead armed only with a chainsaw. Yeah, it is just as fun as it sounds. We have all of the details right here.
Batman: Arkham City GOTY Edition Info
The GOTY Edition of Batman: Arkham City is a lot of things. It is a great package of DLC for a great game. And it has the worst box art we've seen in a long time. It is definitely worth buying, just avert your eyes from the cover lest you go blind. We have all of the info you need right here.
Max Payne 3 Review (X360)
It has been nine years since the last Max Payne game. Can Max overcome the long layover and completely new developer to return to his old glory? Yeah, pretty much. Check out our full Max Payne 3 review for all of the details.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings - Enhanced Edition Review (X360)
CD Projekt's wonderful PC RPG series finally comes to the Xbox 360. Did The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings port make it to Xbox 360 intact? Intact and then some! Find out all of the details here.
Devil May Cry HD Collection Info (X360)
Capcom has given its trio of PS2 Devil May Cry games the HD Collection treatment. How did it turn out on Xbox 360? Pretty darn good. We have all of the details here.
Ridge Racer Unbounded Review (X360)
The latest Ridge Racer isn't really a Ridge Racer, but we're okay with that. The blend of racing and destruction in Ridge Racer Unbounded is interesting enough to stand on its own. Our full review has all of the details.
Ninja Gaiden 3 Review (X360)
A new Ninja Gaiden without Itagaki at the helm. What is the worst that could happen? A lot, apparently. Find out all of the details in our full Ninja Gaiden 3 review.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 Review (X360)
This year's Tiger Woods PGA Tour isn't just the same game with a 13 instead of a 12 on the box. It is full of new gameplay controls, new features and modes, and even a Kinect mode. Find out all of the details right here.
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City Review (X360)
A more action-oriented take on Resident Evil isn't a bad idea, but Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City definitely isn't the way to do it. We have all of the details here in our full review.
Armored Core V Review (X360)
From Software's latest Armored Core series reboot is a solid giant robot shooter that fans of the genre will enjoy. Our full review covers all of the details.
FIFA Street Review (X360)
EA took a few years off to reboot the FIFA Street franchise. The results are a better game than the previous entries, but still not anything that will tear you away from proper soccer games. Our full review has all of the details.
Mass Effect 3 Review (X360)
Mass Effect 3 delivers everything gamers could have wanted. Well, everything except a satisfying ending. The disappointing final 5 minutes isn't enough to tarnish the preceding 30 great hours, though, and Mass Effect 3 is still well worth playing and highly recommended.
Street Fighter X Tekken Review (X360)
What happens when Street Fighter and Tekken characters meet in the same game? Overwhelming awesomeness, of course! Capcom's Street Fighter X Tekken is a fresh and fun take on 2D fighting and shouldn't be missed.
Major League Baseball 2K12 Review (X360)
Simulation baseball is a perfect balancing act in videogames. Either you get the multiple mechanics all just right, or things are just a bit off and the end product isn't as fun as it should be. That is sort of where MLB 2K12 lies - parts of it are great, but other parts struggle, and the end result is only so-so. We have all of the details...
SSX Review (X360)
EA's beloved SSX series makes its first appearance on the Xbox 360. Does this new entry have the right stuff, or does it fall into an obnoxiously placed death hole? Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Binary Domain Review (X360)
Shooters are a dime-a-dozen these days, but occasionally you'll find one that pops up out of nowhere and actually manages to impress you in new ways. SEGA's Binary Domain is a great playing, innovative, and just plain fun third-person-shooter that you shouldn't miss.
Asura's Wrath Review (X360)
What do you get when you cross a beat-em-up with Rez, Heavy Rain, and shounen anime? Asura's Wrath, of course. This is a crazy over the top hybrid game with an anime sense of style that is hard to resist. Check out our full review for more.
Syndicate Review (X360)
Electronic Arts took some criticism for bringing back a beloved PC strategy game in the form of yet another FPS, but EA's new Syndicate is more than just a cash in on an established brand. It plays extremely well and has the presentation to make it stand out in the crowded FPS genre. Find out all of the details right here.
UFC Undisputed 3 Review (X360)
THQ took a couple of years off after UFC Undisputed 2010, and the extra time really shows in UFC Undisputed 3. It looks and plays great and is as fully-featured of a game as you'll find. Find out all of the details in our full review.
Grand Slam Tennis 2 Review (X360)
Tennis games aren't new to the Xbox 360, but a new tennis title from EA Sports is pretty big news. Pair EA's unmatched presentation with interesting new analog stick controls, and you have a winner with Grand Slam Tennis 2.
SoulCalibur V Review (X360)
SoulCalibur is reinvented and reinvigorated with SoulCalibur V. It looks and plays better than ever. Find out all of the details right here.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review (X360)
Square Enix tries to right the wrongs of Final Fantasy XIII with Final Fantasy XIII-2. There are actual towns, it isn't one long linear corridor, and it doesn't take 25 hours to get good, so we figure they did a decent job. Our full review has all of the details.
Metal Gear Solid HD Collection Info (X360)
The Metal Gear Solid series finally appears on the Xbox 360. The MGS HD Collection packs three great MGS games with updated graphics all for a reasonable MSRP. You can't go wrong. We have all the details you need here in our info article.
Jurassic Park: The Game Review (X360)
Telltale's Jurassic Park: The Game takes you back to Isla Nublar in a new story in Jurassic Park. It is basically an interactive movie full of Quick-Time-Events, but for fans of JP, it is worth a look. Check out the details here.
WWE '12 Review (X360)
THQ dropped the Smackdown vs. Raw name in favor of something leaner and meaner and the result if WWE '12, one of the best wrestling games of recent memory. Great gameplay and fantastic creation options are the keys here. Find out the details here in our full review.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review (X360)
The follow-up to Oblivion is just as big and fantastic and wonderful as anyone could have hoped. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the best RPGs on Xbox 360. Our full review has all of the details.
Need for Speed: The Run Review (X360)
Need for Speed: The Run squanders an awesome concept with a pointless mess of a story and sloppy gameplay. Racing across the U.S. should be fun. This, well, isn't. Find out all of the details here.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Review (X360)
Some people love to hate it, but most people just love it, Call of Duty is definitely the most popular franchise in gaming right now. The latest COD is the climax of the Modern Warfare trilogy. Modern Warfare 3 delivers a solid story and great multiplayer we've come to expect. We have all of the details here.
LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 Review (X360)
Nope, we're still not tired of LEGO games. Collecting millions of studs, finding hundreds of hidden items - it hasn't gotten old yet. LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 is a solid entry in the series that is better than the Years 1-4 game. Find out all of the details here.
Otomedius Excellent Review (X360)
Classic Gradius gameplay matched with cute anime girls. Sounds good to us. But it isn't good. Not at all. The gameplay is bland and boring and even moe moe anime girls aren't enough to make it interesting. We have all of the details here in our full review.
uDraw GameTablet w/ Instant Artist Review (X360)
THQ's uDraw tablet was a hit on the Wii, now it is coming to Xbox 360. Now kids can draw and create art on the Xbox 360 in HD. The tablet works remarkably well and is great for kids. Find out all of the details here.
Saints Row: The Third Review (X360)
The Saints Row series has always been a lighter and funnier open world game compared to the oh so serious competition. It just wants to let you have fun, not tell you a big dramatic story, and it definitely succeeds. Saints Row The Third is crazy fun.
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Review (X360)
Capcom's bigger and better version of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 got here a little faster than most gamers wanted, but they packed a lot of new content and changes here so you can't complain too much. Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is definitely the best MvC3 game, and one of the best fighters overall on Xbox 360.
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Review (X360)
To celebrate the ten year anniversary of the launch of the original Xbox as well as the birth of the Halo franchise, Microsoft brings us a remastered version of the classic Halo called Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary. It looks great thanks to nifty new graphics, and plays just as well as we all remember. Check our review for all of the details.
NASCAR Unleashed Review (X360)
NASCAR Unleashed is an arcade-style release calendar filler from Activision. It is bare bones, mediocre, ugly, and not worth your time. Move along. Or find out all of the details right here.
GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Review (X360)
Remaking a classic is no easy feat, but Activision and Eurocom not only captured the feel of the classic James Bond game GoldenEye, but brought it up to date with a few tweaks to the story and gameplay. Our full review has all of the details.
Rocksmith Review (X360)
Guitar videogames aren't dead yet. Well, maybe plastic baby guitar, but thanks to Ubisoft's Rocksmith, real big boy guitar is here to stay. Rocksmith is a great learning tool for guitar players, and we highly recommend it. We have all the details here.
Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure Review (X360)
The toy craze that is sweeping the nation is Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure. Take neat little toys, sit them on a portal, and "BAM" they are put into your game. Very cool. The game itself, not so much. But the toys are great. Find out all of the details here.
Lord of the Rings: War in the North Review (X360)
Lord of the Rings pretty much inspired every RPG on the planet, so it is always sort of fun when an actual LotR RPG shows up. War in the North follows a new Fellowship, fighting a war far in the North from Frodo and the Ring. The hack and slash, loot heavy gameplay is fun and satisfying and worth a look. We have all of the details here.
Battlefield 3 Review (X360)
EA is back at it again with another attempt to de-throne Call of Duty from the top of the military shooter heap. Battlefield 3 is definitely their best attempt yet with multiplayer among the best you'll find in the genre. The campaign isn't so good, though. If you love multi, however, BF3 is worth a look. Find out all of the details here in...
Batman: Arkham City Review (X360)
How do you follow up the greatest super hero game of all time? Make it bigger, give it deeper combat, toss in more villains used in more interesting ways, and polish up the presentation. Batman: Arkham City takes everything that made Arkham Asylum great and kicks it up a few notches. This is a great game.
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Review (X360)
Change is hard, especially when the thing changing is a beloved Japanese gaming franchise and it is turning into a bro'd out Westernized "Call of Duty in the skies"-type of experience. But you know what? Sometimes change is good. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon might be bro'd out and dumbed down, but it is also still pretty fun. Find out all of...
Spider-Man: Edge of Time Review (X360)
How do you follow up a great game like Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions? Probably not like this. Edge of Time is an okay game, but struggles to get out of the shadow of it's predecessor thanks to repetitive, well, everything. It does look pretty, though. Find out all of the details here.
Dead Rising 2: Off The Record Review (X360)
Fans asked for it, and Capcom delivered. Frank West is back in a new Dead Rising game. Too bad this new game is mostly the same as last year's Dead Rising 2. Still fum, but awfully familiar. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
X-Men Destiny Review (X360)
X-Men Destiny is a bland, shallow, unambitious action beat-em-up that takes something amazing and interesting - super powered mutants - and manages to make them boring. Find out all of the details here.
NBA 2K12 Review (X360)
Some sports games have up years and down years. One year might see tons of improvements while the next year is more safe and subdued. NBA 2K12 isn't one of those games. NBA 2K11 raised the bar extremely high, but NBA 2K12 jumps over it and dunks in its face. The new boss in NBA games on Xbox 360 is the same as the old boss. Find out all of...
Forza Motorsport 4 Review (X360) PG1
Forza 3 was a fantastic sim racer in 2009. It looked great. It played great. I had tons of features. Most people thought it would be a hard game to top. Which is why we're happy to say that Turn 10 somehow managed it. Forza 4 is an amazing next step for the series and is the best racing game on the market. Find out all of the details...
Dark Souls Review (X360) PG1
The follow-up to Demon's Souls is finally here, and on Xbox 360! We have all of the details on this uber-difficult action RPG right here in our full review.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Review (X360)
Pro Evolution Soccer took some major strides to try to get back on top of the soccer videogame world in PES 2011, and that slow steady climb continues in Pro Evolution Soccer 2012. It still doesn't quite match it's past glory, but it is getting closer. Read our full review for more.
FIFA Soccer 12 Review (X360)
Another year, another fantastic FIFA. Really all that needs to be said. This year features some significant feature and gameplay changes that really make it stand head and shoulders above the rest. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
RAGE Review (X360) PG1
Post-apocalyptic first-person-shooting mixed with driving heavily armed vehicles. Sounds good to us. RAGE is id Software's latest and despite taking quite a while, it has been worth the wait. We have all of the details here in our full review.
Supremacy MMA Review (X360)
It seems obvious - mix MMA-style fights with traditional fighting game mechanics. The execution, however, doesn't quite live up to expectations. Supremacy MMA is a novel idea, but not all that fun to actually play. See our full review for more.
F1 2011 Review (X360)
Codemasters' F1 2010 had a few too many glitches going on to truly be a standing racing title. With F1 2011 however, all of those little problems have been solved and everything else has been polished and improved, and the result is a much better game. We have all of the details here in our full review.
Nicktoons MLB Review (X360)
The Bigs baseball games crossed with Nicktoons. Okay, we'll bite. Turns out that the game is actually pretty darn fun. We have all of the details here.
Gears of War 3 Review (X360)
Fans have waiting three years since Gears of War 2 to get some closure on the story line of Marcus Fenix and pals against the evil Locust in the fight for the planet Sera. The wait has definitely been worth it. Gears of War 3 is excellent. We have all of the details right here.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Review (X360)
Warhammer 40k fans have been waiting a long time for a console videogame to really do the franchise justice. Space Marine should fit the bill quite nicely. Solid gameplay, nice presentation, and an obvious love of the universe make a good game for fans as well as Warhammer newbies. Read our full review for more.
Driver: San Francisco Review (X360)
The Driver series has always been high-profile, but not necessarily high quality. That all changes with Driver: San Francisco. Driver: SF is one of the best all around driving games on Xbox 360. We have all of the details here.
Bodycount Review (X360)
The first-person-shooter genre is the most hotly contested genre in PS360 generation. To succeed you need a perfect mix of presentation, features, and quality. What happens when that perfect blend isn't met? Bodycount, pretty much. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review (X360)
Gamers have been waiting more than ten years for a worth successor to the PC hit Deus Ex. The wait is over. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is everything that made the original great and more. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Madden NFL 12 Review (X360)
It is Fall which means school, dirty leaves, and football. And, of course, a new entry in the Madden NFL series. Madden NFL 12 doesn't bring any huge changes, but tweaks and tunes the gameplay and modes enough to make it worth a look. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
NCAA Football 12 Review (X360)
NCAA Football 12 is a solid game of college football that fans will enjoy. The gameplay is solid and the feature set has seen some nice improvements. And it has awesome looking grass. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3 Review (X360)
Dynasty Warriors plus giant robots is a pretty good combination. Dynasty Warriors Gundam 3 polishes up the rough edges of the series and gives you a more straightforward progression system, and the result is pretty darn good. Still mindless and repetitive, but good. Find out all of the details right here.
Dungeon Siege III Review (X360)
Action RPGs have traditionally been slim pickings on consoles, but this generation has been different. The latest addictive loot gathering adventure is Dungeon Siege III, and it is pretty solid all around. We have all of the details right here.
Shadows of the Damned Review (X360)
Created by an all-star team of Japanese developers, Shadows of the Damned is an interesting horror / action title that fans will love. Find out all of the details right here.
Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition Info (X360)
Capcom's latest revision of Street Fighter IV isn't as substantial as Super SFIV was, but is still an interesting release. We have all of the details right here.
Duke Nukem Forever Review (X360)
It took its sweet time getting here, but Duke Nukem Forever finally has a retail release after 14 years in development. As you can probably guess, it is a bit of a mess. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Child of Eden Review (X360)
One of the most beautiful and thought-provoking games around just happens to be a Kinect title. Child of Eden is a wonderful experience that no Kinect owner should miss.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Review (X360)
Another Transformers movie, another videogame tie-in. Is Dark of the Moon worth your time and money? Find out right here in our full review.
Alice: Madness Returns Review (X360)
Gamers have been waiting more than 10 years for a sequel to American McGee's twisted take on Alice in Wonderland. Does Alice: Madness Returns measure up? Find out right here.
Red Faction: Armageddon Review (X360)
Red Faction: Armageddon debuted with a thud, as it's linear corridors and aliens weren't quite what gamers were expecting, but is the end result worth the massive changes put in place? We have all of the details right here.
L.A. Noire Review (X360) PG1
L.A. Noire may have the Rockstar logo on the box, but this isn't a typical Rockstar game. It is something completely different - you play as the police instead of a criminal - and the focus is on investigations and interviews instead of action. The result is pretty darn cool. We have all of the details right here.
DiRT 3 Review (X360)
The DiRT series are already the best offroad racing games on the market. Does DiRT 3 raise the already high standard? We have all of the details in our full review.
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Review (X360)
The LEGO games don't change that much from one to the next but, darn it, they are fun. LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean it he latest game in the series, and while it doesn't change the formula too much, it didn't really need to. We have a full review here.
MX vs. ATV Alive Review (X360)
THQ's experiment in releasing budget priced games and supplementing them with paid DLC kicks off with MX vs. ATV Alive. We have all of the details here.
Brink Review (X360)
The Xbox 360 / PS3 generation is definitely the "FPS Gen", and the latest entry in the genre is Brink from Bethesda and Splash Damage. Does it have the goods to compete in the increasingly crowded online multiplayer market? We have all of the details right here.
Portal 2 Review (X360)
The first Portal was one of the funniest and most inventive games of 2007. Portal 2 turns that great concept into a fully realized game and the result is one of the best games of 2011. Find out all of the details here in our full review.
Mortal Kombat Review (X360)
Once upon a time, the Mortal Kombat series was the king of the arcades standing toe-to-toe with Street Fighter for fighting game dominance. Then it got a little too bloated and complicated and forgot what made it fun in the first place and it fell out of favor. The new Mortal Kombat fixes that. We have all of the details right here.
Mayhem 3D Review (X360)
Demolition derby games are few and far between these days, but Mayhem 3D is here to satisfy your car-on-car destruction cravings. In 3D, no less. We have all of the details here in our full review.
Shift 2: Unleashed Review (X360)
Shift 2: Unleashed drops "Need for Speed" down the subtitle status as it tries to carve out a niche of its own. Its aim is to be a Forza or Gran Turismo-style simulation. Does it hit that mark? We have all of the details in our full review.
NASCAR 2011: The Game Review (X360)
It has been a while since a NASCAR game has hit the Xbox 360. New license holders Activision and developer Eutechnyx have taken their first swing at the series in NASCAR 2011: The Game. Is it any good? Find out all of the details here.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters Review (X360)
Finally, after all of these years, gamers get to experience Augusta National in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12. And it is worth the hype. The Masters just feel different from other tournaments, and Augusta challenges you like few courses can. It is darn fun. We have all of the details here.
WWE All Stars Review (X360)
Take pro wrestling, bulk the wrestlers up even more, give them about 20 Red Bulls, and throw them into the ring. The result is WWE All Stars. A crazy, over the top, high flying, hard hitting wrestling game that plays more like an arcade fighter than a true wrestling game. And it is pretty darn fun. Find out all of the details right here.
Crysis 2 Review (X360)
Crysis 1 is still a benchmark game for PC graphics even several years after its release. Does the sequel set the same standard on the Xbox 360? Find out all of the details here in our Crysis 2 review.
Fight Night Champion Review (X360)
The Fight Night series are hands down the best boxing games around. Does Fight Night Champion live up to that legacy? We have all of the details in our full review.
Bulletstorm Review (X360)
Bulletstorm has gotten a lot of hype for how rude and crude it can be, but is the game underneath actually any good? Find out here in our full review.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Review (X360)
The latest Call of Duty from Activision and Treyarch may be the best one yet. Find out all of the details in our full review.
Mindjack Review (X360)
Imagine a world where you can hack into any other person's mind and make them fight for you. That is what Mindjack promises. What it delivers, however, is much less. Bad A.I.. Bad story. Bad gameplay. Mindjack is pretty disappointing.
You Don't Know Jack Review (X360)
The king of irreverent trivia is back with a new version of You Don't Know Jack for Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii. It takes both smarts and cleverness to figure out the answers here. A good sense of humor also helps. We have all of the details here in our full review.
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Review (X360)
It has been a long wait, but Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is finally here. Was it worth the decade long wait? Find out in our full review right here.
Dreamcast Collection Review (X360)
Many of us have fond memories of the SEGA Dreamcast. It is easily the most beloved failed system ever, which is why the announcement of the Dreamcast Collection retail game was so intriguing. What would SEGA do for its legions of fans? The answer - Not much. Four games with no extras in a bare-bones package. Lame.
de Blob 2 Review (X360)
Bright and colorful platforming games are something sorely missing on the Xbox 360, so it is nice to see a title like de Blob 2 hit the system. We love the core idea of having to paint a plain gray world and fill it with color. Is it any good? Find out in our full review.
Homefront Review (X360)
Korea has invaded the U.S.A. in THQ and Kaos Studios' latest first-person-shooter, Homefront. It is a fantastic concept with some powerful imagery, but does the gameplay hold up? Find out all of the details in our full review.
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition Info
If you missed 2011's great Mortal Kombat, you can buy the Komplete Edition that comes with all of the DLC plus some other extras. Find out all of the details here.
Skate 3 Review (X360)
Skate 3 kind of feels like it took two steps forward and one step back The actual skating is sharper and better than ever, the new city is cool, and the goal requirements are a lot more doable now. But it also struggles with a forced team element, a lifeless career mode, and the photo/video sharing - which is one of our favorite features of the whole series - is now a premium service. The "mea…
Deadpool Review (X360)
High Moon Studios has done great things with the Transformers games and now they take on the merc with the mouth, Deadpool. Fans of Deadpool will enjoy it, but the fun doesn't last very long. See our review for more.
GRID 2 Review (X360)
Codemasters' long-awaited follow-up to GRID is finally here, and it more than delivers the racing thrills fans of the original have been longing for. We have all of the info you need in our full review.
Fuse Review (X360)
Insomniac Games' Fuse has been in the works for seemingly forever, but it is finally out. This co-op third-person-shooter delivers enough unique gameplay elements to make it interesting even on a system as shooter-heavy as the Xbox 360. Our full review has all of the info.
Fast & Furious: Showdown Review (X360)
The Xbox 360 has a new "Worst Game" champ - Fast & Furious: Showdown. We have all of the details on this truly awful experience here.
Resident Evil: Revelations Review (X360)
The best Resident Evil of the last few years gets an Xbox 360 port from the 3DS. How did it turn out? Find out in our full Resident Evil: Revelations review.
Remember Me Review (X360)
Capcom's Remember Me is initially very ambitious, but peters out pretty quickly into mediocrity. We have everything you need to know in our review.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Review (X360)
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 takes Harry, Ron, and Hermione out of the safe confines of Hogwarts and thrusts them out in the dangerous world of Horcrux hunting. It also takes the safety off, and lets them use all the magic they want in some intense firefights. Is this new HP game worth your time. Find out here.