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 Jan 09, 2006 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* IGN Looks Way Back

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IGN looks back and compares the 360 launch to the original Xbox's:

When you mention the Xbox launch, one title immediately springs to mind: Halo. For the Xbox 360, the best isn't so easy to decide. Some may say Perfect Dark Zero, others Call of Duty 2, and of course Kameo: Elements of Power and Condemned: Criminal Origins could be thrown in as well. The fact that there isn't a definitive agreement on which Xbox 360 title is best versus how easy it is with the Xbox can be seen as one of the Xbox 360's strongest launch aspects. There isn't that one undeniably great title, yet there are many very good ones. We voted Call of Duty 2 best on the X360, but its online multiplayer options were severely limited, despite having an excellent single player mode.
I enjoy Call of Duty, but I'm not finding too many others - YET - that I really can say are top tier. Too many ports that don't fully use the hardware, not enough big tier games.
 

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