All my Xbox games. Alphabetical order.
All my Xbox games. Alphabetical order.
8/10 The science-fiction FPS that almost single-handedly made the Xbox a success. While I don't personally consider it a masterpiece I respect it for what it is: a really well-made and polished shooter.
6/10 A cartoony kung fu fighting game that is quite entertaining and different from other fighting games I've played. The basic premise is that you fight enemies on different movie and get a rating based on how well you perform in each "scene".
9/10 Fantastic game with great gameplay, impressive graphics and a very compelling (and complicated) storyline. I don't think there's anything I could say about this game series that hasn't already been said, it's simply a must-have game.
7/10 To be honest, this is a pretty shallow racing game but this was also the very first Xbox game I ever played. The career mode is pretty fun and offers enough variation to keep you occupied for a decent amount of time.
5/10 A mediocre racing game that gets old really fast. There are only 12 different tracks to race on (sure, you can drive them backwards and mirrored but that doesn't count) and they grow old pretty fast. The cop AI is very annoying and only makes you frustrated and fed up with the whole game.
7/10 A quirky platform/puzzle game with an unique world that really lives up to its name. I want to really like this game but frustrating controls and hard difficulty drags down the experience for me.
8/10 The first PGR game starts off the series nicely with solid graphics and gameplay. Not much else to say about it other than its sequels are far superior.
9/10 Impressive visuals, solid gameplay and loads of content makes this one of the best driving games for the Xbox. The Kudos system is a genius gameplay mechanic that can get pretty addictive.
8/10 Incredibly atmospheric and creepy game. No matter where you go, you can never feel truly safe in this game. I guess it's a testament to the scariness of the game that I refuse to play it alone.
7/10 This game is definately worth checking into if killing and throwing enemies around with crazy mind powers sounds like a good time to you. It definately has enough of cool stuff to warrant the sleeper-hit status but it also has its fair share of bummers that drag down the overall experience (respawning enemies, generic locations, etc).
7/10 A pretty fun arcade rally game with a nice amount of tracks and licensed cars to choose from. The graphics and presentation is quite good but the actual gameplay gets repetitive after awhile and it lacks replayability.
7/10 This games proves that killing nazis will never get old. Even if the level design is sometimes a bit iffy and the story is complete nonsense. Add to that a surprisingly large and varied arsenal of weapons and you have a game that is just pure fun.
9/10 An epic RPG set in the Star Wars universe that has already become a classic in the gaming world. The plot is probably one of the most engaging stories you'll come across on the Xbox.
8/10 Great tactical shooter with realistic and fun gameplay that marked the beginning of a fantastic game series. The graphics are kinda mediocre but the excellent and immersive sound more than makes up for it.
7/10 This expansion pack is essentially just more of the same so if you played the first Ghost Recon you know exactly what you'll get. The main campaign is quite short (just 8 missions) but it's still a lot of fun.
9/10 The Ghost Recon series takes a big leap forward both graphically and gameplay-wise and puts more emphasis on action and quick decisions rather than stealth and careful planning. The new gameplay additions are mostly for the better though and the game is still a very realistic and challenging tactical shooter, even more so than the first Ghost Recon game.
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