If you are a new comer to Xbox 360 gaming you may want to consider these 3 games. Really worth the money.
Batman Arkham Asylum
All in all, Batman: AA has the entire package that every game lover wants in a big-budget, super hero – action/adventure title.
“Batman: Arkham Asylum” is an exciting new chapter in the “Batman” story with a script that will keep you guessing.
This game begins with Batman (played by you) returning the Joker to the asylum after a failed escape attempt. However what Batman does not really know is that the whole thing is really a trap and the Joker has taken over the asylum and freed the criminals inside it – and now all of them are out to get the Dark Knight. Will Batman be joker gamimg to defeat the bad guys and return order to the asylum? You’ll have to play to find out!
Assassin’s Creed II
“Assassin’s Creed” released in 2007 was a huge success and the sequel is better still!
This starts right where the original left off. You play a modern-day Desmond trying to escape a prison type compound controlled by the Templars. But for the majority of “Assassin’s Creed II” you play as Desmond’s ancestor Ezio, a 15th-century killing machine.. The two story lines work nicely and intertwine in such a way that you will be desperate to discover what happens next.
Dragon Age: Origins
Did you grow up playing “Dungeons and Dragons?” Were you first in line to see each of the “Lord of the Rings” films? Then you need to play “Dragon Age: Origins.”
“Dragon Age: Origins” takes place in a world filled with elves, dwarves, and humans, and your experience within this particular world depends on which of the actual six character classes you choose. The game is sort of like the Choose Your Own Adventure Books in that each time you speak with a character, you’re provided multiple choices for responding. Pick what you say very carefully because your response will have consequences later within the game.