XBOX 360 Games in Development

by Damian

XBox 360 Games
Microsoft recently announced the lineup of games for the initial release of the XBOX 360. Now you might want to get ready to cut and paste all of these game titles, because it will be nearly impossible to remember all of them. Here they are: Project Gotham Racing 3, Perfect Dark Zero and Kameo: Elements of Power.

Yes that’s it. 3 games will be available for the XBOX 360 initially. I’m just going to list them again in alphabetical order this time in case you might have missed them the first time:

Kameo: Elements of Power, Perfect Dark Zero and Project Gotham Racing 3.

Hopefully, when you go to the store and you’re looking through the massive lineup of games you will not be too overwhelmed.

The good news is Microsoft said that they would have 15-20 games available by year-end. Some of the titles include Saint’s Row, Gears of War, Too Human, FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup, Full Auto, Condemned: Criminal Origins, Mass Effect and Crackdown.

Microsoft stated that they have several “franchise titles” that will make their debut on XBOX 360 which include Quake 4, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 4, Superman Returns: The Videogame, Call of Duty 2, Castle Wolfenstein, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and MotoGP 2006: Ultimate Racing Technology.

There are currently a reported 200 XBOX 360 games in development. I have no game programming experience except for a half written NES emulator I messed around with years ago, but I’m going to go ahead and announce I’m working on a game as well so the number of XBOX 360 games in development is currently 201.

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Connie Lee Says: February 20, 2011 at 9:26 pm

Gaming is such a huge business and with the education now available in major school systems. The talent and possibility is endless. I am envious of the youth who have all this technology and whats more the ability to produce that one game that may change their life.

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