Top Xbox 360 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...
XCOM works best as a panic management simulator.
Forza Horizon isn't a game that needs tedious cut-scenes to force a narrative; the road will do that on its own.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted's greatest achievement is how it sets such a firm focus on racing. Criterion set out to make an open-world arcade racer where competition is king, and succeeded.
This is no longer Bungie's Halo, but much of what made the series such an irresistible proposition has remained intact for this new beginning.
Far Cry 3 shines in its campaign, which is more layered and compelling than any game proffering a power trip through escapist ultraviolence has any right to be.
No Time Left provides an emotional, tear-jerking and ultimately satisfying conclusion to the year's best gaming narrative.
This is The Walking Dead: The Simulator, and it’s every bit as good as that sounds.
Gears of War is simply an astounding game, and there's little doubt that it'll be remembered as a true classic.
To put it simply, BioShock is a brilliant game; one that sets the proverbial benchmark not only for first-person adventure titles, but also for all future games to come.
There is absolutely no way any Halo fan will be disappointed by this game. You better believe the Chief has triumphantly returned. Now buy the game, cock the Assault Rifle, and finish the fight.