Every game we know of in the next generation of Xbox software. by Douglass C. Perry and David Clayman June 17, 2005 - Microsoft officially said it plans to launch the Xbox 360 with somewhere between 25-40 games when its new HD console graces the videogame world. But there are far more than just 25-40 games slated for Xbox 360. To keep you up on all of the latest 360 software we've created this compilation of growing games. Check back regularly to see updates, or use it as a quick index for all of your next-gen Xbox needs. Either way, enjoy this near complete list of Xbox 360 titles 2 Days to Vegas Publisher: TBD Developer: Steel ******s Genre: Third-Person Action 2 Days to Vegas is a story driven third-person action-adventure game. This contemporary gangster title features car chases, shootouts, and unexpected twists to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the game. The action is set in several major cities across the US and takes place during a 48-hour period. Alan Wake Publisher: TBD Developer: Remedy Genre: Action From Remedy, the makers of Max Payne, comes this psychological action thriller for next-gen consoles and future-spec PC systems. The game is currently without a publisher, and it's strange Rockstar hasn't picked it up. Maybe they passed on it. Either way, the game features the massive open city of Pride Falls, offering the free flowing simulation of town life, excellent draw distances, lighting, physics, and special effects. Amped 3 Publisher: 2K Games Developer: TBD Genre: Action-Sports 2K Games brings back the highly-loved snowboarding simulation exclusively for Xbox 360. A high contrast from EA's SSX, Amped is an entirely different beast. The game is huge, with mountains being four times bigger than anything on Amped 2. You'll experience tons of customization, a neat look at the lifestyle of the average snowboarder, and more. Avalon Publisher: TBD Developer: Climax Studios Genre: Action Announced as a concept game without a publisher, Avalon is a multi-vehicle shooter designed for Xbox 360. It enables players to engage in a substantial single-player game and a hefty 100-person online arena. Could be great, but we've love to see it before jumping to any conclusions. Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Publisher: Electronic Arts Developer: Digital Illusions CE Genre: Shooter Not announced among the six EA Xbox 360 launch titles (for an unknown reason), Battlefield 2 should take the current generation versions and add a little bit of everything to it. We'll have more on this exceptional sequel to the original classic soon. Blue Dragon Publisher: Microsoft Developer: Mistwalker Genre: RPG The first of two epic RPG projects for Microsoft by Mistwalker, Blue Dragon is created by the studio founded by Square-Enix's Hironobu Sakaguchi. Featuring characters by designer Akira Toriyama, and telling the story of a young boy named Shu who has special adventure with his two friends and a mythical blue dragon, this collaboration of two great but very different Japanese creators ought to be very interesting. Call of Duty 2 Publisher: Activision Developer: Infinity Ward Genre: First-Person Shooter A version of the upcoming PC title (and not related to Call of Duty: The Big Red One, due on Xbox 1 and PS2), Call of Duty 2 enables players to experience four individual soldier stories as they overcome insurmountable odds in multiple campaigns. The game is frenetic, intense, and nerve-shattering. Players have the freedom to follow each of the four storylines through for the ultimate character-driven experience, or they can engage in the historic battles chronologically for quick hitting action. Along with the new missions, the game features an enhanced engine, advanced AI, and even more authenticity than before. It should be a rocking 360 title. Chrome Hounds Publisher: SEGA Developer: From Software Genre: Action A mech-based action game, in development by Japanese studio From Software, the "mech-master" of the Armored Core series. Chrome Hounds promises full-on mech action with Xbox Live Online play, team play team, and a wealth of options to customize and improve your mech as you progress. Condemned Publisher: SEGA Developer: Monolith Productions Genre: Action-Adventure A demented horror game from Sega and Monolith, and designed for next-generation consoles , Condemned is a different direction for the normally FPS-based Monolith. You are an FBI agent on the hunt in this gripping and sickening hunt for serial killers. The game is played in first-person perspective, and with the use of the Havok 3.0 physics engine and other advanced techniques, players can utilize anything in the area as a weapon when they've been cornered by their prey. Prepare for a slow-paced, frightening, and dark adventure. Condor Trilogy Online Publisher: TBD Developer: InterServe International Genre: TBD A mystery of a game at this point, Condor Trilogy Online is the next game from the makers of the multiplayer fighting game, Iron Phoenix.