Top 5 XBox Games for 2002
Easily one of our favorite games ever, and the best on the XBox. The graphics are incredible. The plot really draws you in. The AI is *great* and it's equally fun alone or with a friend.
This game is amazing. The character's movements are smooth and realistic. The lighting of the areas, with light moving over objects in the room, is jaw-droppingly accurate. Your aim is to be stealthy and unseen. Violence is a last resort.
Splinter Cell Review
Whacked is a cartoon-figures-beating-each-other-up game with fun weapons and great maps. Each character has a great personality, and there are tons of cartoon videos to unlock, from commercials to character interviews and more. If you actually win all the levels with all characters, go on line!
You've got an interesting assortment of mechs and a series of missions to go through, building up your skills and mech assortment. Really, though, this game shines when you take it on line, and play against mech-drivers from around the world.
Mech Assault Review
|Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind|
Most RPGs lead you by the nose through a series of tasks. In Morrowind you can fully customize your character and then just wander through a giant world, choosing what direction you wish to take your character in. Month-long gameplay.
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