Welcome to the best of 2013… errr so far! We are officially in the 5th month of the year and with so many great games we collected a list of the best games of 2013. Xbox 360 hasn’t been having the best year as other consoles but there are still some great 2013 Xbox 360 games. This is due to the fact that most of their 1st party exclusives have been released in the years prior. Find out what titles made the list of 2013 Xbox 360 games and why below!
We will also be providing the best games of 2013 so far for the Wii U, 3DS, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360, PC and even some iOS games! So check back during the coming days to catch up on what games that have come out this year that you should be playing!
Xbox 360 Games:
Skulls of the Shogun
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A turned based strategy game inspired by Advanced Wars? What more can you ask for? 17-BIT hit all the right buttons when creating this title and it shows. If you have been hearing about Fire Emblem too much and have yet to purchase a 3DS. Then Skulls of the Shogun looks to tide you over until you get your act together. While not as good as Nintendo’s Fire Emblem: Awakening it does help fill the gap until the next great turned based strategy game comes out. Seeing that these titles are far and few between.
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The Behemoth has done it again with an all new arcade title released exclusively for Mircosoft’s Xbox Marketplace. Focusing on a Co-Op experience that allows for players to either hinder or help each other through some pretty remarkable levels. Throw some Dan Paladin artwork and the game starts to stand out from the crowd. Don’t forget to see what the Lead Level Designer: Aaron JungJohann had to say about developing this extraordinary title in this exclusive interview. What more can you ask from the creators of Castle Crashers and Alien Hominid?
Gears of War: Judgement
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Xbox 360 fans don’t have much to be excited about as far as retail games go. This is especially seen when we are talking about 1st party exclusives. A flop to some and a diamond in the rough for others, Gears of War: Judgement seemed to fail as far as delivering the goods, as far as the multiplayer was concerned. The game still has all the elements of a GOW game just don’t expect the game to deliver like Gears 3 did. Never the less the core experience is still here even if only 4 multiplayer maps shipped with the title.
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