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    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.
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    Dark Sector
    Publisher: TBA
    Developer: Digital Extremes
    Genre: Action
    Dark Sector blends finesse and brutality into a fast-action game. It mixes first-person shooter control schemes with a third-person perspective. Your suit can 'morph.' This morphing is central to creating the new possibilities for our combative and non-combative game mechanics. Enemy guard shows off effective, believable facial expressions. The polygon count on each character is incredibly high, and the texture work is gorgeous. The characters move with smooth motion, and the special effects, from the particles, smoke, and fire, are all top-quality.

    The Darkness
    Publisher: Majesco
    Developer: Starbreeze AB
    Genre: Action
    Based on the film and comic book about a young assassin who has inherited the power over shadows and other sources of darkness, The Darkness should be very interesting. Developed by the Chronicles of Riddick creators and produced by Majesco, the publisher has released very little on this except the premise. Expect to explore a mafia-filled world in which your dark powers are a major part of the action.

    Dead Or Alive 4
    Publisher: Tecmo
    Developer: Team Ninja
    Genre: Fighting
    The next Dead Or Alive starts off where the last DOA left off. Players engage in a full 3D fighting arena with new characters, fighting styles, environments, and abilities.

    Dead Rising
    Publisher: Capcom
    Developer: Capcom Production Studio 1
    Genre: Third-Person Action
    Leave it to Capcom to enter the next generation of gaming with a zombie game. Dead Rising follows the misadventures of a photojournalist who becomes trapped in a shopping mall filled with the undead. He's torn between saving his skin and snapping the unbelievable pictures that could win him a Pulitzer. We had the chance to play this title briefly at E3 and it infuses enough camp into the combat to have us doubled over laughing. Mix this with hundreds upon hundreds of zombies on the screen at once and we might just have ourselves a winner.

    Demonik
    Publisher: Majesco
    Developer: Terminal Reality
    Genre: Action
    Developed simultaneously as a feature film and videogame by horror master Clive Barker, Demonik is a third-person action game in which players are placed in the role of the powerful and terrifying villain against the movie's hero, as they wreak havoc using a variety of chilling and awe-inspiring powers and abilities.

    Dirty Harry
    Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive
    Developer: The Collective
    Genre: Action
    Warner Brothers' game is almost assuredly a Western, but is it a first-person shooter, a third-person shooter, a pure action game, or what? All they have said is that it's coming. We do know it's an accumulation of multiple Eastwood movies as the lone drifter, and that quick thinking, brutal, shrewd, and survival tactics, plus dead-eye shooting are planned as part of the gameplay.

    DOAX2
    Publisher: Tecmo
    Developer: Team Ninja
    Genre: Sports
    Tomonobu Itagaki's next work of digital art turns out to be a sequel to the often misunderstood "volleyball" game, Dead Or Alive Volleyball. Announced at E3 2005, Tecmo's game out to bring out the highest quality bodily parts this side of realism. But will it be about volleyball this time? Hm….

    The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
    Publisher: Bethesda Softworks/ 2K Games
    Developer: Bethesda Softworks
    Genre: RPG
    In development since 2002, Oblivion is another leap forward in role-playing with its combination of freeform gameplay and cutting-edge graphics for the world under The Elder Scrolls. This game was one of the better looking Xbox 360 games at E3 and it promises to delivery a long, satisfying non-linear RPG experiences. Let's hope Bethesda cleans it all up before publishing it.

    Enchant Arm
    Publisher: FromSoftware
    Developer: FromSoftware
    Genre: RPG
    Centered on enchant skills, From's battle system enables you to play alone or with Xbox Live buddies, focusing on player abilities and options. Of particular importance to the designers is providing a smooth experience that's free of load times and has a clean user interface behind it.

    FIFA Soccer 2006
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Developer: EA
    Genre: Sports
    EA's next-generation soccer game is still very much hidden from the public. We saw it at E3, and they showed very little gameplay, instead focusing on talking about the graphic intensity and next-generation emotional impact. We did get to play a shoot out mini-game, but it didn't tell us whether this was the next revolution in soccer games, or whether it's just another iteration of FIFA.
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    Final Fantasy XI
    Publisher: Square Electronic Arts
    Developer: Square Enix
    Genre: Persistent Online RPG
    Final Fantasy XI was first released in Japan on PlayStation 2 in 2002. The next year it was ported stateside to the PC, and one year after that it finally appeared on the PS2 through the use of the much maligned hard drive. When Final Fantasy XI celebrates its next release on Xbox 360 the game will utilize Xbox Live services in conjunction with Square Enix's Play Online service to merge PC, PS2, and Xbox 360 players into the same world.

    Frame City Killer
    Developer: Namco
    Publisher: Namco
    Genre: Action-Adventure
    Frame City Killer takes place in -- where else? -- Frame City in 2042. A powerful visualization tool called Visual Frame has spread throughout the world like iPod (OK, Namco doesn't actually use "iPod" in the game's story description, but you get the point), allowing just about anything to be put in visual form. Instead of using this power to view naked girls, a group of terrorists working under a ring leader called Khan plan to shock people to death using special visual data called Visual Acid. You play Crow, a special agent in an elite force called SOU. You've been sent to Frame City to assassinate Crow. You'll make use of hand-to-hand combat and guns as you work through action-based stages. This could be interesting, as long as it doesn't overuse the already tired gansta crap theme in videogames these days.

    Full Auto
    Publisher: SEGA
    Developer: Pseudo Interactive
    Genre: Racing-Action
    Described by some as Burnout with guns, this racer enables players to blow up nearly everything in the environment, including their rivals. A rewind feature gives players the ability to turn back time in order to correct their driving errors. Full Auto is one of the first 360 games to provide that instant likeability quality, with fast-paced driving, the ability to blow everything to bits, and, and very pretty graphics. This is sure to be a first-wave hit, but we wonder how deep it will actually be?

    Gears of War
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Epic Games
    Genre: Third-person shooter
    Built on UnrealEngine3.technology, this is the game that was featured in numerous Unreal Engine technical demos, and finally revealed as an Xbox 360 game at E3. With the most striking next-gen graphics we've seen yet, this game has some eye-popping potential, while mixing squad-based shooting tactics and survival horror scenarios. Easily the best potential Xbox 360 game of the lot.

    Ghost Recon 3
    Publisher: Ubisoft
    Developer: Ubisoft
    Genre: Shooter
    The third in the team-based outdoor military first-person shooter, Ghost Recon 3 brings the Clancy squad back to urban environments, this time in Mexico City, displaying an enormous jump in graphic quality and believability. Ubisoft has created what it calls the "Cross-Com," a communication device powered by satellite technologies. Attached to the monocle of a soldier, the Cross-Com enables your soldier and you full situational awareness and command of the battlefield. Players can command Ghost squads, remote allied forces, and drones, and they can call in artillery and air strikes for heavier, more visually impressive destruction.

    The Godfather
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Developer: Electronic Arts
    Genre: Action-Adventure
    The book by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola's classic film serve as dual inspirations for Electronic Arts' action/adventure The Godfather. In it, gamers can join the Corleone family to exploit loyalties and fear as they rise through the ranks to become Don in 20th century New York City. Carry out orders, earn respect, and make the Big ***** all your own. Featuring non-linear gameplay, The Godfather provides players with countless choices for solving family problems with brutal violence, skillful diplomacy, or a cunning mixture of both. From mob hits and bank heists to drive-bys and extortion, step deep inside a world where intimidation and negotiation are your tickets to the top.

    Gun
    Publisher: Activision
    Developer: Neversoft
    Genre: Third-Person Shooter
    Neversoft's first non-Tony Hawk game in the last five years, Gun is an original Western shooter due to hit Xbox, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, and PC this fall. Expect to see a highly polished shooter (first- and third-person perspectives) with a healthy story and lots of violence, gore, and hard-hitting gun-fighting.
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    Halo 3
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Bungie
    Genre: Shooter
    We could speculate all day on this one, but we can officially tell you these facts: In development with Bungie, Halo 3 is in the works for Xbox 360. it's scheduled to ship day and date with the release of PlayStation 3 in North America, a fact from Mr. Gates himself felt obligated to share. It is the third game in the trilogy, thus Master Chief will be in it, as will Cortana, Guilty Spark, and the Covenant among others. We suspect all the additions made in Halo 2 will appear in Halo 3 -- a healthy single-player game, bolstered by a massive multiplayer Xbox Live component, plus tons of changes, alterations, and improvements. If Perfect Dark Zero will have 50-person multiplayer games, will Halo 3 have more? This one exists, and it's coming next year.

    Indiana Jones
    Publisher: LucasArts
    Developer: LucasArts
    Genre: Action-Adventure
    We don't know a whole lot about this game other than it is slated to be released on next-generation consoles some time in 2007. All we know about this new adventure is that LucasArts promises it will be Indy's "most epic adventure yet," featuring "a noticeable evolution in physics and artificial intelligence."

    Kameo: Elements of Power
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Rare
    Genre: Platformer
    Blending the heady thrills of exploration and puzzle-solving with the adrenaline rush of realtime 3D battles, Kameo: Elements of Power is an ambitious title from the makers of GoldenEye and Banjo-Kazooie. The concept mixes combat action with creature transformations, letting the title's female star to morph into monsters to use their special powers against enemies and to solve puzzles. Originally scheduled for release on Xbox in 2003 (after the GameCube version was cancelled), Kameo for Xbox was re-scheduled as an Xbox 360 title in mid-summer 2004.

    King Kong
    Publisher: Ubisoft
    Developer: Ubisoft France
    Genre: Action-Shooter
    Working very closely with Peter Jackson and Wingnut Films, Ubisoft's Montpellier studio (Beyond Good & Evil, Rayman) and its Montreal studio (Splinter Cell) are together creating a game that will reflect the visual interpretation, character dynamics, and dramatic narrative of Jackson's epic take on the classic King Kong story. When playing as a human the game's a first-person shooter, but when played as King Kong himself, it's a third-person action game. Very pretty, and surprisingly good for a game based on a movie. Ubisoft looks like it's getting this one right.

    Lost Odyssey
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Mistwalker
    The second of two epic RPG projects for Microsoft by Mistwalker, Lost Odyssey is created by the studio founded by Square-Enix's Hironobu Sakaguchi. You play as Kaim, a man who's been sentenced to live for 1,000 years. The game's storyline takes you through Kaim's life as he experiences multiple generations, becomes a part of many families, falls in and out of love, and gets into conflicts. All this is set in a world that is on the verge of a "mystical industrial revolution," where mankind has attained dark powers. Final Fantasy-esque, damn pretty, and sure to push next-generation of graphics. Not a launch title, Lost Odyssey is most likely coming out in 2006.

    Madden NFL 2006
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Developer: Tiburon
    Genre: Sports
    The next installment of the wildly popular Madden series will land on the Xbox 360 this fall as a launch title. The trailer that played during the NFL draft exhibited some high quality graphics that may be indicative of the in-game engine, but for the most part EA is holding back major details. Expect better looking everything, more realism, TV-quality presentation, and a suite of new gameplay features.

    NBA 2K6
    Publisher: 2K Games
    Developer: Visual Concepts
    Genre: Sports
    The development team from the NFL 2K series combined with the NBA team to work on their next best thing. Shifting its focus from football to basketball, Visual Concepts' early demo showed impressive motion-capture work, fluid animations, and excellent early tech savvy.
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    NBA Live 2006
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Developer: EA
    Genre: Sports
    EA's longstanding basketball sim is rearing for its annual comeback, this time replete with new features, star characters, better visuals, control, and the classic EA presentation style.

    Need for Speed: Most Wanted
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Developer: EA Canada
    Genre: Racing
    The new speedster in EA's successful series combines the tuner customization of Need for Speed Underground with an expanded take on the police chases of the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit series. The game will feature a Rap Sheet option that works hand in hand with a player's street reputation as they move up from the "Black List" to the A-List. Users will also be able to go head-to-head with their opponents while simultaneously trying to avoid more than six different police cars at once through a dynamically changing open-ended world. Get your car peaked for outrunning the pigs by customizing your muscle cars, supercars, tuners, and sports cars.

    NHL 2K6
    Publisher: 2K Games
    Developer: Visual Concepts/Kush Games
    Genre: Sports
    Visual Concepts might not officially be talking about a football game yet, but it's officially talking about a hockey game. Featuring on-the-fly coaching, Hundreds of completely new NHL quality animations, franchise features, and a healthy online component.


    Ninety-Nine Nights
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Q Entertainment
    Genre: Action
    Imagine Dynasty Warriors but with no fog, no visual barricades, perfect image quality, and hundreds of detailed enemies on-screen simultaneously. Now picture that running at 60 frames per second -- that's Ninety Nine Nights. One jaw-dropping scene in the trailer showed an explosion, with hundreds of characters being smoothly tossed into the air. Judging by the trailer, the feel of a massive battle will be perfectly captured in Ninety Nine Nights. But we wonder… given Mizuguchi's love for dancing games and psychedelic shooters, will we get secret mini-dancing games with enemy fighters, or psychedelic conversations with sexy TV reporters?

    Ninja Gaiden 2
    Publisher: Tecmo
    Developer: Team Ninja
    Genre: Action
    Taking the high-intensity action fro the Xbox exclusive, Ninja Gaiden, Team Ninja is at work on the sequel for…well, hopefully, the Xbox 360. At E3, Itagaki said that it's not guaranteed for the Xbox 360, which means it might come to the PS3. We'll have to see, but you can count on it looking gorgeous either way.


    The Outfit
    Publisher: THQ
    Developer: Relic
    Genre: Third-Person Action
    The Outfit enable players to choose from three playable squad leader personalities, each with their own specific skills and abilities. With their squad leaders, players will guide two squads of battle-forged soldiers on missions ranging from reconnaissance-and-rescue to search-and-destroy across immensely destructible battlefields. Players can switch between squads at any time and can strategically use squads separately, in tandem or as one super-unit. By engaging in combat with the enemy, players will earn action points that can be used to upgrade their arsenal, order in tanks and many other vehicles, build machinegun nests and anti-tank emplacements or call for air or artillery strikes. Think of this as Mercenaries for the next generation.

    Perfect Dark Zero
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Rare
    Genre: First-Person Shooter
    The next-generation sequel to Rare's Nintendo 64 hit, Perfect Dark. Now exclusively on Xbox 360, Perfect Dark Zero remains very much a mystery. Yes, it's a first-person shooter starring Joanna Dark. Yes, it's got a multiplayer mode enabling more than 50 people to play simultaneously. And yes, the first screenshots looked unimpressive. So, will Rare get the new beat kits and blow everyone away? Will they deliver PDZ at launch? Will it rock? The E3 demo showed off some good visuals and great game ideas. So, we'll have to wait and see, with our fingers crossed in praying position.
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    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
    Publisher: Buena Vista Games
    Developer: Eurocom
    Genre: Action/Strategy
    Dead Man's Chest will enable players to take the roles of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, and Elizabeth Swann, all of whom must cross land and sea in search of the legendary Dead Man's Chest. The game will re-create moments from the film, of course, but will also offer new events and locations.

    Possession
    Publisher: TBA
    Developer: Blitz Games
    Genre: Strategy
    The creators of Fusion Frenzy are currently working on a zombie strategy game that has players controlling an undead army. As the top dead dude, you spread a hazardous chemical amongst the population to mutate them into soldiers composed of rotting flesh. There are five types of zombies, a city that is 48 square kilometers in size, and an online multiplayer mode planned. So far, Possession is without a publisher but we expect that to change soon.

    Prey
    Publisher: 2K Games
    Developer: Human Head Studios
    Genre: First-Person Shooter
    The PC and Xbox 360 first-person shooter, revived from a nearly seven-year death sentence has been resurrected into a completely new game. Built on the Doom 3 engine, the game has some incredible lighting and very original gameplay elements not seen before in a first-person shooter. It gets creative with gravity, portals in space, and some interesting puzzles combining these elements.


    Project Gotham Racing 3
    Publisher: Microsoft
    Developer: Bizarre Creations
    Genre: Racing
    The third edition of the gorgeous and challenging racing series from vets Bizarre Creations. This will most likely be a launch title. We've seen a lot of images of pretty rims and cars in still shots, and a gorgeous video of the game in CG, but where's the beef? Expect a great single-player campaign and an awesome Xbox Live online mode.


    Quake IV
    Publisher: Activision
    Developer: id Software/Raven Software
    Genre: First-Person Shooter
    In simultaneously development for PC and Xbox 360, id's Quake IV gleans the single-player aspects of Quake II and the multiplayer aspects from Quake III for an indoor/outdoor game built on the Doom 3 engine. Marines vs. Strogg is the order of the day, with your own lead character getting Strogg-ified in a brutal and gory must-see scene that changes the rest of the game. Expect huge boss enemies and to be able to strap into powerful mech attack vehicles. Id promises a real single-player campaign, and excellent multiplayer action on Xbox Live.

    Ridge Racer 6
    Publisher: Namco
    Developer: Namco
    Genre: Racing
    Namco's flagship racer is trying to make a comeback and if any game is due, the next Ridge Racer is due. Not officially announced, we heard about Ridge Racer 6 (temporary title) months before E3, and then learned it wouldn't be ready to show at E3. So, Namco is expected to eventually release news on this one, but when exactly? We suspect this summer or early fall.

    Saint's Row
    Publisher: THQ
    Developer: Volition
    Genre: Third-Person Action
    THQ and Volition's Saint's Row is a third-person action-adventure game stripped right from the heart of Grand Theft Auto territory. The laundry list of things is complete: Open cities, multiple storylines, on-foot and in-car action, plus Havok physics and online play. If it try for a little more originality, this me-too action game could hold it own in the long-run.
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    Scarface: The World is Yours
    Publisher:Vivendi Universal Games
    Developer:Radical Entertainment
    Genre:Action
    Considering the recent popularity of the Scarface brand, the obvious move was for it to become a major videogame. It is an open-city game set in Miami in the early '80s. As Tony Montana ("I would like to introduce my little friend!"), players will engage in drug smuggling, drive-by shooting, and filling up their balls meter to they can go freaking berserk and kill everyone in sight. Vivendi has already acquired the rights to all of the music from the movie along with the rights to re-create the likeness and voice talent of Al Pacino.

    ShadowClan
    Publisher: TBD
    Developer: TBD
    Genre: Action
    ShadowClan is a single-player game with a strong online multiplayer component. In the single-player campaign, you take on the role of a skilled ninja with control of multiple AI characters. Pitting ancient ninja arts against modern technology, ShadowClan's gangs comb the landscape of modern day New York fighting rival clans for territory, respect, and power. Your will employ equal parts stealth and action while your gang will be leveraged to deploy strategic attacks throughout the urban levels. Online, the game enables players to build their own ninja clans to confront one another in multiple online maps.

    Stranglehold
    Publisher: Midway Games
    Developer: Midway Games
    Genre: Action
    Scheduled for next-generation consoles in 2006, Stranglehold is a third-person perspective action-adventure game designed to capture the choreographed action and freeze-framed sequences Director John Woo is so well known for. Starring Chow Yun-Fat as Inspector Tequila and taking place in Hong Kong and Chicago, this hyperkinetic, all-guns-blazing action game is sure to grab action fans and rattle their gaming cages.

    Test Drive Unlimited
    Publisher: Atari
    Developer: Eden Games
    Genre: Racing
    Test Drive Unlimited is currently scheduled as an Xbox 360 launch title for. Taking place in a persistent online world where gamers can customize their outfits, avatars, and rides, this game is set on the Hawaiian island of Oahu which has been realistically re-created from satellite imagery.

    Theseis
    Publisher: TBA
    Developer: Track7 Games
    Genre: Adventure
    Announced for the PC and unnamed consoles, Theseis is an old-school adventure title that takes place in modern day Athens. Little is known about the title so far except that it includes:
    A modern-day Athens of marvel, danger and backstage scheming.
    Multiple endings according to decisions made during the game.
    Mind-boggling conundrums based on Greek mythology.
    Locales that range from neo-classical to the depths of Hades.
    Proprietary graphics engine.
    Original dynamic music score.

    Tiger Woods 06
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Developer: EA
    Genre: Sports
    In step with other next-gen sports titles, the next Tiger Woods will combine incredible realism with fine tuned gameplay. Expect to see beautiful, highly detailed backgrounds, lots of new features and modes, and one good looking Tiger Woods model.
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    Tony Hawk's American Wasteland
    Publisher: Activision
    Developer: Neversoft
    Genre: Sports-Action
    Like many other titles, the Tony Hawk series will now take place in a free roaming environment set in the LA area. Taking the series back to the '80s, players will experience a the streaming city of LA complete with barber shops, clothes shops, and other customization areas built right into it, without having to leave the main mode and then come back. Neversoft's game is now online for both Xbox and Xbox 360, and you can bet on hearing great early punk rock tunes from the era mixed in with techno and hop-hop.

    Tomb Raider Legend
    Publisher: Eidos
    Developer: Crystal Dynamics
    Genre: Adventure
    The first Tomb Raider title to be designed by Crystal Dynamics (after years under original creator Core), Tomb Raider: Legends is an all-new start for Lara Croft. New character animations and control schemes complement the more natural character design and level details for the most immersive chapter in the series. Lara comes packing modern devices such as a magnetic grappling device, binoculars, frag grenades, personal lighting device and communications equipment for her all-new adventure.

    Too Human: Part 1
    Publisher:Microsoft
    Developer:Silicon Knights
    Genre:Adventure
    At E3, the creators of Eternal Darkness announced the one-time PlayStation and then GameCube title Too Human would be a trilogy and it would be exclusive to the Xbox 360. The title makes use of the Unreal Engine 3 and is thought to be a futuristic action-adventure series. We do know it will be nothing like the original Too Human, which we covered and played back in 1998. Everything else is shrouded in secrecy.


    Top Spin 2
    Publisher: 2K Games
    Developer: Indie Built and PAM (Power and Magic) Development
    Genre: Sports
    Filled with incredibly small and impressive details -- from the zipper on players' shirts to single strands of hair, Top Spin 2 should delight tennis fans to no end. Visually it offers some pretty cool stuff. Draw distance? Apparently infinite. Close up the faces look fantastic. There are freckles, stray hairs, you can even see the frizzy fabric on a shirt. And apparently, Sharapova's fully rendered nipples are well, amazingly detailed as well. Eh-hem. Should be a great game to watch and play.

    Turok Next
    Publisher: Buena Vista Games
    Developer: Propaganda Games
    Genre: Shooter
    So, Buena Vista has the chutzpa to resurrect a once-beloved franchise? OK, fine. Probably an easy franchise to pick up, as it's worth very little now. But does it have the skill and vision to take a badly tarnished franchise and bring it into the next-generation, which is sure to be filled with competitive first-person shooters?

    Unreal Tournament 2007
    Publisher: Midway
    Developer: Epic
    Genre: First-Person Shooter
    The fourth in the series is the first UT on Xbox 360. Although we don't know much about the game yet, we do know it's built on the Unreal 3.0 engine, which is skeet hot, and that it's going to focus on competitive play with tons of guns and vehicles. Expect blazing fast first-person action, huge guns, vehicular play, and one hell of an Xbox Live game.

    WarDevil -- Unleash the Beast Within
    Publisher: TBD
    Developer: Digi-Guys
    Genre: Action
    Described as "an innovative next generation 3D title" and set for release in late 2005, WarDevil enables players to assume the role of the mysterious WarDevil, navigating what appears to be a post-apocalyptic world, ruled by the Chun Federation. Little else has been revealed about the title, but the teaser-trailer certainly makes this look like an action game and either a first or third-person shooter.
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  9. The Militant

    The Militant New Member

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    you didnt mention fight night 3, the screens are sickening!
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  10. LostBoySince'86

    LostBoySince'86 Peek-A-Boo

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    go 360. fuck empty promises sony.
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  11. Sho-Down

    Sho-Down RockItPro.com

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    I made a site with a list of games that go straight to the ign videos and pics, www. x - 360 .net (without spaces)
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