Top Xbox 360 Adventure Games of All Time
Perhaps the world's greatest living adventurer is Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the former British Army officer turned explorer.
Fiennes was the first person to travel to he North and South Poles by surface and also the first to cross Antarctica on foot. At the age of 65 he climbed Mount Everest, and in 1984 was recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records.
The man is so tough that in 2000 he suffered severe frostbite to the tips of his left hand fingers in a failed solo attempt at walking to the North Pole. Advised by doctors to wait several months before amputating, in order to allow for the regrowth of any healthy tissues, Fiennes decided to do his own thing and cut off the necrotic fingertips with a fretsaw.
Now imagine doing all this with an Xbox 360 strapped to your back and you're nowhere near visualising the best Xbox 360 adventure games of all time. For that you better check out the list below.
While it's not quite up there with the best in the Lego series, The Adventure Continues is still a fun romp, especially if you plan to play with some younger family members.
If you passed on the opportunity the first time round, now is a great time to find out what you missed.
Pirates isn't quite as whiz-bang as LEGO Star Wars III and feels quite formulaic at times, but there's no denying it has charm and widespread appeal.
If you miss the classic 3D platformer and like games with a heavy dose of surrealism, you could do a lot worse than give Alice: Madness Returns a shot.
This is a game that'll stick in your brain by virtue of originality alone, then, but if Catherine can't take itself seriously then why should we?
While Anniversary may feel like Lionhead is doing a sloppy job in 2014, that isn’t the case; it’s a testament to what an excellent job it did in 2008 with Fable 2.
Valiant Hearts is a confused game, but also a brave one tackling difficult subject matter.
A confident reinvention, despite the obviously low budget.
Kameo is beautiful, fun and appeals to all ages. It might not be the epic adventure we'd hoped for, but it's damn enjoyable while it lasts.
Tomb Raider: Legend might not be an epic or set new standards like the original game did ten years ago, but it's thoroughly entertaining for its duration and is an impressive package on every system.