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Prince Of Persia: The Two Thrones

It's a testament to this game's quality that so far, it's occupied a great deal of my attention, to the point that I've replayed certain sections of the game over multiple times.

Jungle Book

Your job is to guide young Mowgli, the man-cub, through the dangers of the jungle, defeating some of Africa's vilest villains, leading up to, and including, the tiger, Sheer-Kahn.
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Sega Genesis NES

Donald Duck - Quack Attack

We don't make up names like this, and neither should you. Donald Duck-Quack Attack
Nintendo 64

Far Cry Instincts: Predator

First Person Shooters, when designed for the console, work. When they're ported from another system, they usually don't.

Rayman

If you want a game that will make you want to sacrifice many hours of sleep, then Rayman is for you.

Rayman 2: The Great Escape

Enter a massive 3-D action adventure of amazing beauty and challenge. The pirate terror has enslaved the world and only Rayman's speed, agility, and magical powers can save all. Race and battle across 45 intricately designed areas - rainforests, ju..
Nintendo 64

POD

F1 Racing Championship

F1 Racing Championship is a Formula One Racing game, developed and published by Ubisoft, which was released in Europe in 2000.
Nintendo 64

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon

2008 A.D. Russia is under the control of a radical government whose main goal is the reunification of the former Soviet Union.

Ghost Recon: Island Thunder

It had to happen sooner or later with the growing number of Xbox players, the improvements in online play, and the vast collection of Tom Clancy based games to choose from.

Hype: The Time Quest

While fleeing from her father’s war-torn kingdom, Lyzothe found a child abandoned at the foot of the tree -- she adopted him and named him Hype.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter

At times challenging, and at others simply frustrating, you'll need keen wits and grace under fire to deal with the obstacles presented in this title.

Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII

Playing games like this tends to make me not want to play games for a while.

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six

When the game starts, you are in a group of twenty highly skilled operatives of different nationalities (hence the name Rainbow).

Enchanted Arms

Now if they could only fix the stereotypical story and traditionally idiotic hero. Still, this is the first real RPG for the Xbox 360, and if only for that reason, I'm glad to have it.