As we draw back the curtain on yet another year of unforgettable gaming for Xbox 360 users, it’s time to look ahead to the fresh promises of a new gaming year. There are some mind-blowing games about to be released in the coming year, so sit back whilst you read this feature.
Nowadays, the Xbox 360 can provide with a really good game, no matter what type of person you are. This was obviously made easier by the early success of the Kinect. So you now have and option between motion controlled gaming or just controller gaming.
Of course, there’s a limited selection, so only outstanding games can be picked. These are the ones that everyone’s particularly looking out for…
Gears of War 3
This game is possibly one of the biggest if not the biggest household names within the library of games Xbox has to offer. A major multiplayer overhaul with Guardian and Submission is merging into Capture the leader along with King the Hill, throwing Annex in as well. Multiplayer matches may be moved away from shot-gun fests, but the game will still deliver to no one’s disappointment.
Based on Sci-Fi, it’s a reboot of the same series from the early 1990s. Unsurprisingly, it is set in the world of the 1950s in Suburban America. You will be put into the shoes of an FBI agent. But things don’t go exactly to plan. Hold onto your seatbelts and get ready for a battle!
This is undoubtedly the Xbox’s answer to Playstation 3’s Gran Turismo. Widely acclaimed as they best Xbox 360 racing game, and possibly the best racing game going. With graphics of every detail, you couldn’t ask for more. Several differently courses are available, and you can take yourself to the peak of all challenges. There are a lot of new features compared to the previous version.
Child of Eden
Enemies can be taken out with psychedelic barrage of missiles and players are rewarded with an awe-inspiring musical fireworks display. Another game that will be accessible via Kinect and it will bring the most out of the game. I think it will be a very eye-catching game. It will come very much in handy with the new Kinect system.
In this game, you have your own dragon, and you have to build up your strength in preparation for mid-air battles. Train yourself to be the best of all dragons. Yukio Futatsugi’s Panzer Dragon provided inspiration for this game. Futatsugi himself has made clear that he wants to get as many people involved with playing this game as possible.
So there you go – we have a great line-up of games waiting before in 2011. Let’s see if the games will be as good as first-thought.