The 20 best Xbox 360 games

20 must-own video games for Xbox 360

The Xbox 360 has played host to many outstanding games over the past five years. In our humble opinion, these are the 20 best video games currently available for the system. Every game on this list is a must-play title -- from the recent smash Halo: Reach to the sublimely original Portal.

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EA Games Fight Night Round 4

Fight Night Round 4 lacks some of the wow factor of its predecessor, but it builds upon the strengths of Round 3 and corrects most of its weaknesses. Three years is a long time to wait for a sports sequel, but Round 4 is an excellent and necessary upgrade for all Fight Night fans, and it reasserts the series as the (relatively) uncontested titleholder across all simulation-style boxing games.

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  • 29th June, 2009
  • Andrew Hayward
  • EA Games
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  • Pros:
  • Improved controls and presentation, robust feature set including online modes/integration
  • Cons:
  • Legacy mode could use some variety, not quite as much a step up as Round 3

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