10 Xbox 360 games that were unfairly ignored

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Gameplayer.com.au has put together a list of 10 Xbox 360 games that they think should really have done better at the retailers.

I have to agree with them with most of the titles, games like Kameo, Crackdown, Dead Rising and Worms were all heaps of fun. Personally I don’t understand why Crackdown didn’t do any better. It makes you think that bundling the Halo 3 beta with it did more harm than good.

One title that I think they are missing however is Viva Pinata. That game was brilliant and is really worth picking up if you have never played it before.

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Source: Gameplayer.com.au

Last Updated: February 27, 2008

Gavin Mannion

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  • Fox1

    I still miss Kameo. That’s why I stopped trading in my games. Kameo had a little bit of every game and it was done in such a pleasant way.

  • doobiwan

    Crackdown did pretty darn well actually, it sold almost 1.5 million copies!

    Viva Pinata was great, but way to early. Kids are still playing PS2’s and especially a year and a bit ago, 360 owners were typically older gamers.

  • prey was under rated. I loved that game…

    Evilredzombie’s last blog post..Asta La Vista 3rd party

  • StigSmash

    Crackdown was a game i got bundled with my XBOX and i had heard so little about it but man was that an awesome fun game…… It still is!! Every now and again i whip it out and try play and get some of the funky achievemnts the game has!!

  • doobiwan

    The best part of crackdown was the end.

    And once you finished it, with all the achievements, turning renegade and going ape on the citizens was a blast 😀

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