Fable is, in the end, the Xbox's best adventure game - and that is the thing that we should not forget.
It's not going to appeal to beat em up fans that live for combos, but for everyone else it's a solid and enjoyable fighting game, which should provide you with hours of fun
Donkey Konga lacks depth, and is pretty much destined to remain something you bring out for a quick go at parties forever after; this, however, doesn't necessarily mean you shouldn't own it.
One of the freshest management games in years, Evil Genius provides a neat twist on the genre and is great fun too.
It does something different, and it does it well. Hell, this game makes me want to be a Jedi a whole lot more than Jedi Knight ever did. The physics revolution starts here.
A glorious balance of turn-based management and real-time combat. As good as historical RTS gets.
A flawed gem of a game. Shiny and enticing on the outside, but with cracks in the middle that make you realise it's not quite as pretty and as valuable as you thought it was when you picked it up.
So in conclusion, Dawn of War is a great game. Players who just wish to play single player should approach with caution, whereas online gamers should lap up this excellent title
The Sims 2 is worth getting ahold of under any circumstances - though it's far more likely to get ahold of you somehow. And I warn you: it won't let go.
Burnout 3 is a fantastic game. Its works because it appeals on many levels; have great multiplayer sessions or just play for hours on the superb single player mode.