Top Xbox 360 Action Games of 2010
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top action games of 2010, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
It's a worthy sequel in many ways, but despite all the innovative weapon combinations, Dead Rising 2 suggests that Capcom has yet to find its perfect blend.
Comic Jumper is a solid XBLA release that will please some more than others, but for me it's definitely a case of style over substance.
Neither Danger Close nor DICE are working to their full potential here, but underneath the hype and controversy there's a video game that's still worth a look.
Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 does a fantastic job of recreating pivotal moments from the show, the authenticity enhanced with some truly second-to-none visuals.
Darksiders deserves attention. It's a highly entertaining adventure, with some gorgeous visuals, devilish puzzles and exciting action. Fingers crossed the sequel will build on this impressive debut.
The wait for Perfect Dark on the Xbox 360 has been worth it. This is old-school gaming, with none of the modern day handholding we're used to, but it's jam-packed with gaming goodness.
Whilst there's nothing here for those who didn't enjoy Resident Evil 5, fans should consider Lost in Nightmares as nothing less than an essential purchase.
Just Cause 2 is a game that begs to be messed around with, for you to discover new ways to use the tools at your disposal and to take it all in the light-hearted way the developer intended.
NIER is, in many ways, the kind of game critics of the Japanese RPG have been calling for: different, fresh, and in parts distinctly un-JRPG.
For a very reasonable 1200 points, Zeno Clash will whisk you away to a land that pushes the boundaries of bizarre. It's so off-the-wall that it demands to be experienced first-hand.