Top 5 Xbox 360 Games For June
If you’re not sure what to get for your Xbox 360, there are a number of great titles on the market today. Here are some suggestions: Gears of War 3, Rayman Origins, Trials Evolution, and Portal. If you’re looking for something completely new, check out Rayman Origins. Gears of War 3 is also one of my favorites. Gears of War 3 is one of the most popular games in the entire series.
Rayman Origins is a platform video game published and developed by Ubisoft. It is the fourth main installment in the Rayman series, and the first since Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc. Rayman fans will want to pick up this game if they’ve been missing the earlier games in the series. It features a new storyline, new characters, and more than a dozen challenging puzzles.
If you’re looking for an excellent puzzle game for the Xbox 360, you should check out the Portal Xbox 360 game. This critically acclaimed game redefined the puzzle genre. It’s funny, fascinating, and a lot of fun. The game is now free to download on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. As part of the Xbox Games With Gold scheme for June, you can download it for free. There are some important differences between the two versions.
Gears of War 3
Gears of War 3 is a 2011 military science fiction third-person shooter video game developed by SCEA. Released initially on April 8, it was delayed to September 20. The game’s story was written by Karen Traviss. In the beta, players could unlock exclusive weapons, such as the Golden Retro Lancer. To get it, players had to finish 90 matches and achieve 100 kills. Flaming Hammerburst, an exclusive weapon in the Bulletstorm Epic Edition, was also released in the beta.
Microsoft Windows and Xbox360 gamers alike can now enjoy the popular racing video game, Trials Evolution. This game features a motorcycle trials rider, and is developed by RedLynx and published by Microsoft Studios. Players can choose to play as a lone survivor or team up with other players to race across the world. In either case, players must use a variety of different weapons and maneuvers to overcome obstacles and complete missions.
Call of Duty 2
If you love First Person Shooters, you’ll enjoy this sequel to Call of Duty. The game, which was released for Xbox 360 two years ago, is now backwards compatible with the Xbox One. It has been improved upon since its Xbox 360 release, including framerate. The original game dropped below 60 frames per second, but now it runs at around 60 FPS. You can even choose to play as an Axis or Ally.