Xbox 360: Top 20 exclusive games

The best video games exclusive to the Xbox 360

As the first 'next gen' console off the rank, Microsoft's Xbox 360 has had plenty of time to build a library of exclusive games -- and it shows. From the record-breaking Halo 3 to the kid-friendly Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise, there are plenty of great gaming experiences that you can only have on Xbox.

[See also: PlayStation 3: Top 25 exclusive games.]

Below are some of our favourite Xbox 360 exclusives that have been released over the past few years. To read our original, in-depth review, click on the image for each game.

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Ubisoft Naruto: Rise Of A Ninja

Naruto: Rise of a Ninja is an excellent addition to the Naruto franchise and it's sure to please fans of the series.

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  • 16th Jan., 2008
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  • Great graphics, jutsu sequences are awesome
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  • Follows the Naruto storyline to a T again; the first hour of the story mode is ridiculously slow

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