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 Dec 06, 2005 - 09:44 AM - by Michael
* But is it next gen?

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1up are asking fans whether certain Xbox360 launch titles deserve to be called next-gen titles.

What are you waiting for? Go vote!

Sure, there are the titles that truly show off the capabilities of the 360 -- Project Gotham Racing 3 or Perfect Dark Zero, especially. But those were coded specifically for the system and take advantage of a lot of the 360's advanced processing capabilities. How about all of the other games that were merely ported over to the Xbox 360 from other platforms, though? Many of those were only slightly improved in the process and hardly scream "next-gen" to us (not to mention don't really warrant the extra $10 price tag). We decided to take a look through the games that were ported to the Xbox 360 for its launch to pose the question: Which games were just trying to cash in on the new console's launch and which ones are really up to par in the HD Era?


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