Surely you already know what an Xbox is. Otherwise, you must emerge from under that rock you've been hiding under all these years since you have missed out on a lot of things. From the sheer proven fact that the Xbox has become dead due to its predecessor plus some other competitors, I'll be compiling a list of the very best 5 best Video games. You might be asking why just 5 and not 7 or 10. Beats me, however i personally think these 5 games mentioned is going to be enough to give a proper representation of what was - the Xbox fever.
Authored by: Ea
Developed by: EA Canada
Certainly, EA's NBA Street got much of its "idea" from NBA Jam. Positive thing they didn't go and copy everything and instead they made a game pretty much unique in itself. It features a deep and challenging gameplay, a complete roster of both NBA legends and fabricated characters with a stellar multiplayer capability. The only real problem with NBA Street is that it lacks online connectivity. Nevertheless, EA Canada composed all the necessary stuff to make farmville a must-have for any Xbox enthusiast.
Authored by: Microsoft
Developed by: Bizarre Creations
Farmville was originally under Sega using the name Metropolis Street Racer. Albeit this, Project Gotham stayed in keeping with its arcade racing roots. Even better, it upgraded itself with over 200 different vehicles while lavishly bestowing detail to numerous city streets where you race. Really the only disadvantage to PGR 2 may be the onboard soundtrack. This can easily be remedied by using custom soundtracks where it enables gamers to use their very own racing music. The Kudos system is also another feature of PGR 2 that garnered much commendation. To put it simply, the game rewards you for driving with style. Will it have any much better than that?
Published by: Tecmo
Produced by: Team Ninja
It's almost a known fact, everybody thinks ninjas are cool. The first 3D version released in the Ninja Gaiden series, it wasn't perfect, yet it was badass in its own way. Make room posers, this is assassination at its finest. Ryu were built with a large number of weapons with various capabilities and combos that made the game more engaging than most action games. Rather than providing different characters, you can just swap weapons and you have an entirely new character as well. Never has killing been this fun.
Authored by: LucasArts
Produced by: BioWare Corp.
The RPG genre failed to make a good impact on the Xbox throughout years. KOTOR was the only real RPG which was actually good enough to be included in this list. In KOTOR, you get to choose being, join either the good or evil faction and alter the path of history in the process. KOTOR combined sound, graphics and epic gameplay into a deep, engaging story and therefore landed him the number 2 spot in my list.
Authored by: Microsoft
Produced by: Bungie Studios
But really, Halo took the entire Xbox public by storm. It might be stupid to simply mention all of the advantages of Halo and never consider the hype it's acquired ever since its first release. The storyline was legendary, engaging and it makes sense. As a first-person shooter, you could practically do everything you may wish to do in a first person shooter game. Use all the weapons you want, drive all of the vehicles effortlessly and carry 2 weapons of your liking. Halo is far from being perfect. However, you can't consider Xbox without considering Halo.