Tuesday 1 December 2020

Top 10 Xbox 360 Single Player Games

10. Alan Wake

This deeply psychological and finely crafted thriller puts players in the shoes of the titular Alan Wake, a celebrated suspense author investigating the disappearance of his fiancée in the idyllic town of Bright Falls. With intense combat, a stunning sense of cinematic atmosphere and a truly innovative use of light, Alan Wake is an unforgettable and disturbing journey into the heart of darkness.

9. Dragon Age: Inquisition

With an epic character-driven story and a diverse, visually stunning and immersive living world to explore, Dragon Age: Inquisition’s player-shaped world will keep you busy for many hours. With the freedom to completely control the appearance and abilities of your hero, followers, outposts and strongholds, there is certainly enough here to keep you busy beyond the lengthy story mode. This one certainly lives up to the word epic.

8. Mass Effect 3

Featuring a rich, branching storyline across an entire galaxy, this epic sci-fi adventure is surely the highlight of the beloved franchise. Putting you on edge with consistently evolving and intelligent enemies, Mass Effect 3 allows you to customise your arsenal and soldier to decide your favourite combat approach. C’mon, Mass Effect needs no introduction. It’s a sci-fi masterpiece.

7. Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag

Yo-ho, yo-ho, an assassin’s life for you! Combining the iconic game series’ format and gameplay with a pirate setting created one of the finest games on the Xbox 360 and certainly a series highlight for Assassin’s Creed. This masterpiece of the genre features the usual stellar combat and engrossing story that the series is known for, but adds a whole lot of exploration – it doesn’t get much better than taking to the high seas and discovering new islands with your loyal crew.

6. Fallout 3

There are few things as exciting as stepping out of the vault in Fallout 3 for the first time and seeing the scope of the wasteland. This enormous RPG is so rammed with quests, customisation and exploration that people are still playing it today. That is no surprise, as it is one of the finest titles on the Xbox 360 and holds up remarkably. So, switch on Galaxy News Radio and embark on another adventure in the wasteland.

5. Batman: Arkham City

Easily the finest superhero game ever made, Batman: Arkham City gives players the opportunity to become The Dark Knight in this epic open-world action adventure. Facing off against the caped crusader’s most notorious enemies, this richly-detailed beat-‘em-up shows what the Xbox 360 was capable of – and is truly packed with content. Have you found all 400 of the in-game collectibles? I thought not. Happy hunting!

4. Red Dead Redemption

If Clint Eastwood was a gamer, he’d love Red Dead Redemption. Featuring an absolutely breathtaking attention to detail like few other games can manage, this explosive Western adventure puts you in the boots and spurs of John Marston as you embark on a truly cinematic journey through the wild west. Expert craftsmanship throughout, along with its stunning narrative and characters, creates an unforgettable experience that still holds up as one of the finest games of its or any generation.

3. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

In one of the biggest worlds in gaming, the masterful Skyrim is a game that allows the player to be whoever they want and do whatever they want. Packed with quests, customisation, skills and crafting, Skyrim drops you into its richly designed world and lets you forge your own path and find out what kind of hero – or anti-hero – you want to be. A true masterpiece in every sense of the word, and epic in scope beyond all other games of its genre.

2. Grand Theft Auto V

Modern gaming hit a real high in 2013 with the release of Grand Theft Auto V. There’s a reason the game has since been re-released on Xbox One and PS4 and is due to be released on the next generation – it is simply a phenomenal game utterly rammed with things to see and do, and one of the most engrossing narratives you’ll find on the Xbox 360. The game is unforgettable.

1. LA Noire

Rockstar’s highly innovative 1940s crime-solving adventure still holds up today as the finest example of an absorbing single-player campaign on the Xbox 360. Taking place in a stunningly accurate recreation of 1947 LA, this richly immersive game lets puts you in the shoes of a detective solving a variety of crimes and searching for clues, questioning suspects and investigating crime scenes before forming your own conclusions.

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