My collection of Xbox 360 games.
My collection of Xbox 360 games.
Rented this game. Enjoyed it, and bought it.
I paid another one of my friends for this game, because he didn't like it, and evidently, I did.
I loved the first Bad Company and this game looked to be more of the same. I convinced one of my friends to pre-order the Limited Edition for me. Was worth that £40...
This was the first Brothers in Arms game I had played, and I only remember buying it after seeing gameplay on YouTube. A tactical WWII shooter? Oh, I'm having some of that.
I didn't know much about this game, but I got it with money after Christmas. The soundtrack alone made me want it. And then I discovered that it was a great game as well!
I originally rented this game in 2008 and I had a blast with it. So naturally, I bought it.
I only ever got this game after playing Call of Duty 4, actually. Call of Duty 4 was the game that introduced me to the franchise, but Call of Duty 3 was the
This was the game that introduced me to the Call of Duty franchise, and therefore it is more than deserving of a place in my 360 game collection.
WWII CoD4? Want! And Zombies? Sold. The exact thought process that ran through my head.
I knew nothing about this game before I bought it. But it was a hidden gem so it was deifnitely worth getting.
Ugh. I can't believe I paid £25 for this game. It's rare where I live though, so it's not all bad. I only bought it for the achievements, but it's so boring I can't be bothered getting them.
Did it for the Gamerscore.
This was one of the first games I ever owned for my 360. I got it for £15, and I had no idea what it was like. But the fact that I played it for over 100 hours is testament to the quality of the game.
I enjoyed this game when I played it at my friends house. So I bought myself a copy of it. It's a linear RPG but it's a fun one.
The only reason I really bought this was because it was £15, and it was a semi-limited edition. It came in a steel case, and that was enough to make me pick it up. Boring game, but a nice case that looks good in my collection.
I got this game free with my Xbox 360, along with Viva Pinata. This was the game that convinced me to buy a 360, rather than a PS3.
I paid £50 for the Limited Edition version of this game. Forza 2 was one of my favorite early games, so naturally, the next iteration was something I had to own. And not just own: I had to own the best version.
I played it at a friends house. So I saw a copy sitting for £10, and I thought "Eh. Why not then?". And that's how I got this game.
An upgraded version of Gears of War interested me. Horde made me want this game. Just a shame the online wasn't great.
I owned this game for PS2, and I remembered hearing that it had a ton of extra features on the Xbox 360 version. So I bought it for my 360. And found it was just as 'meh' as it was on the PS2. Meh, but with more features you won't enjoy.
Speaking as a MASSIVE GTA fan, I knew I was sold on this game as soon as details about it came out. I got this game on release day. Probably the best free roaming game on the Xbox 360.
I'm not sure how I got this game. I remember renting it... I'm assuming I bought it after renting it.
Bought it because it was £10 and the achievements were meant to be good. I remember owning this game for PS2. It was better in my mind.
Hitman Blood Money was one of the first games I had gotten for my Xbox 360. I had originally played this game on the Playstation 2.
I saw this game for sale, even before I owned my 360. But I only ever saw the one copy. So I researched it a little and found that it was a little known Japanese 'caRPG', so I figured it might be worth a shot. Even if it wasn't a great game, it was pretty rare.
I owned this game for the Playstation 2, so I got it for my 360 as well. Granted it's dated now, but it was like Grand Theft Auto on a massive scale. Can't fault that... much.
I read about this game in a magazine before it was launched, and I remember thinking "I want that". An RPG... with guns? Sounds good so far. Space? Awesome! Great storyline and graphics? Sold. And that's how I got Mass Effect, along with the guide for it too.
I couldn't say no to a game for £5, could I? And this is probably one of the best ways I've spent £5, actually.
This might be the oldest game I have for my 360. My grandmother bought it for me, so that was pretty awesome. Definitely going to hold onto this one.
Achievement game. Nothing else about this excuse appealed.
I got the demo free on my Xbox 360, and it was a fun arcade racer. I got this game for £7, and I'm glad I did. The graphics are still impressive, even today.
Third person game with entirely destructible environments? If this doesn't appeal to you, there's something wrong. The destruction brought me to this game, and the story made me enjoy it.
This was the second game I ever bought for my 360. I read previews of it many years before I had my 360 and forgot the name of the actual game. By pure luck I actually bought it.
I loved the first Saints Row. I put a ridiculous amount of playtime into it, so when the second one was released I had to get it. Shame that my 360 RRoD'd after that and I sold it. But I bought another copy of it.
What's not to love about an MMO with cars? Alright, the handling model was weird, but the game itself had an awesome premise.
I got a second copy of Crackdown for £6, and I swapped my friend for this game. I couldn't find a copy of it, and my friend wanted Crackdown. So I bought a second copy of it and gave him it, so I could get this: a slow paced, difficult, yet enjoyable FPS game.
Got it free with my 360, along with Forza Motorsport 2
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