Top Xbox Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
NBA 2K6, like its predecessors, delivers a solid simulation basketball game that's worth picking up if you've got a hankering for the sport, not to mention the fact that's it's incredibly affordable.
Pure arcade-style thrills and spills, excellent mini-games, and extended fun thanks to online play. FlatOut 2 is a hugely entertaining racing title.
If you have any fondness for Star Wars you'll find Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy incredibly hard to resist. It's the best Star Wars game, well, since Lego Star Wars.
FIFA 07 is a great game and the best alternative players have had to PES in years. The gap between the two is getting smaller and smaller.
Marvel fans shouldn't think twice about buying Ultimate Alliance, and anyone with a hankering for some multiplayer action should lap it up too.
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.
Prince of Persia with added ninjas and helicopters, better combat, magic and added Tabasco sauce, but without the time travel and dream-like visuals. So, not like Prince of Persia at all then. Ace.
"Earth Will Never Be The Same", said the trailer. "Work Won't Matter Anymore", said the ads. That Halo 2 can hold its own credentials high enough to do these statements justice, is praise enough.
If you want to play the best football game available, online, it is worth the effort. If you have any interest in football or competitive online sports games, Pro Evolution Soccer 4 is a must buy.
I honestly cannot imagine the Splinter Cell series ever getting any better than this.