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This is a list of video games for the Xbox 360 video game console that have sold or shipped at least one million copies. The best-selling Xbox 360 game is Kinect Adventures!, which was bundled with the Kinect accessory, selling 24 million units.
Xbox 360 was home to some of the all-time best shooters, RPGs, indies, platformers, and adventures. Narrowing down this list was nearly impossible, but after plenty of good-natured debate, here it is: the 25 best Xbox 360 games of all time.
Yes, the Xbox 360 is officially old-school. Today's Xbox One system update adds direct access to Xbox 360 games, making it easier to actually use the console's backward compatibility function. Before the update, it was unnecessarily difficult to locate and download Xbox 360 titles, but now they'll be available on the console just like current-generation games.
Given Microsoft's relatively short time in the games industry compared to the likes of Sony and Nintendo, and their abundance of printed disc-based games, people don't often tend to think of the Xbox 360 as a collector's console. At least, this is the case when compared to machines like the NES and Atari 2600.
Despite its obvious quality though, the game really struggled to make much of an impact when it first released. That said, it did eventually go on to sell more than a million copies and also spawned two sequels. This rise in popularity has led to the price of its limited edition soaring to the point where it's now one of the most collectible 360 games out there.
When it comes to football games, there is no shortage of choices to be had, at least when it comes to NFL-brand titles. However, if we're talking college football circa 2013 That's a far different story. As a result of issues in licensing and the fact that these college players were basically seeing no returns from their likeness being used, this was the very last game produced under the NCAA name. This exclusivity and significance led to its appealing nature for collectors.
This is basically because the game was virtually never produced in the US or European markets. With roughly 5,000 copies of this obscure racer said to be in circulation in the West, this is one of the rarest games you'll find, at least if you don't reside in Hispanic regions.
One of the biggest additions to this update is the ability to purchase Xbox 360 games that have been enabled for backward compatibility with Xbox One in the Xbox One game store. Previously, players who wanted to buy an Xbox 360 game that worked with Xbox One had to do so either on the Xbox 360 itself or through a web browser. Now, a separate section of the Xbox One still will display, showing Xbox 360 games that are able to be run on Xbox One.
Our TakeWhile Xbox One certainly still has its share of problems major updates like this one show that the company is working diligently to solve the issues. Things like being able to purchase Xbox 360 games directly from the Xbox One store or being able to integrate party chat into Twitch streams are things that will make the Xbox One experience a more enjoyable one. Upping the party size to 16 could be a risky move with how troubled the party system on Xbox One has been since it launched, but it has made marked improvements over the past several months. There are still several things that Xbox One could stand to improve on, but the company is showing the initiative.
3. Assuming your Xbox 360 game is one of the many titles supported for backward compatibility, it will appear on your list of games. Click on its icon, and it will download to the Xbox One console.
Beyond the nostalgic enjoyment of older games, the older Xbox games will actually look and play better than ever on an Xbox One. The games will experience fewer issues like screen tearing and lag, and some graphics are even improved.
Microsoft has revealed today that over 40 games will be removed from the old Xbox 360 marketplace beginning on February 7th, 2023, including plenty of classics such as Mass Effect 2 and various Assassin's Creed games.
Beginning on February 7, 2023, a limited set of games, add-ons, and in-game content will no longer be purchasable in select markets via the Xbox 360 Store. These titles will no longer be purchasable on the Xbox 360 Store only, and titles that are available to be purchased on the Xbox One and Xbox Series XS Stores will remain purchasable. You will still be able to play discs or previously downloaded games on your Xbox 360 and modern consoles if they are backwards compatible titles.\"
Looking at this list, you may be aware that the likes of Daytona USA and Jet Set Radio are not currently available to buy on the modern Xbox Store despite being backwards compatible titles, and because there's no physical disc version for either of these games (along with a few others), the only way to get access to them on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S right now is to buy them through the Xbox 360 marketplace. We're hoping they might get added to the modern Xbox Store eventually, but there's no guarantee of that.
So, if you're interested in picking up these games, we highly recommend buying them while you can. You'll find a guide about how to grab them for your Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S elsewhere on Pure Xbox:
@EvenStephen7 It's only as bad as it is because a good chunk of these games and their DLCs are not available on the other Xbox stores. If they were to change that, no big deal, but a lot of good 360 games like these are still only available specifically on the 360 store.
@Snake_V5 Doesn't look like they're even shutting the store down, just delisting some games, mostly ones that are on both storefronts already with only 2 exceptions. I'm guessing it's more a licensing and cost management thing.
I've never had an Xbox 360 so I bought the games I was interested in on a browser, on Xbox One or on Series X. Now that Gold don't give Xbox nor Xbox 360 games you won't get any for free, so buy whatever you're interested in, as long as it's backwards compatible. Change the region to buy titles that are not available where you live but let me tell you that you won't be able to play Ridge Racer 6 so don't buy it if you live in Europe.
A great bonus is that Xbox One X and Series X play the enhanced versions of the backwards compatible games. Series S doesn't. Final Fantasy XIII is the only game I know that was also enhanced for Xbox One and Xbox One S (and Series S) including, high-resolution cutscenes.
@Snake_V5 it'ss show us one sign, digital is useful but is meant to disapear a really sad reality started with playsttation and nintendo an now...sadly xbox do it what about game preservation it's not a good news i still own my 360 a sad day indeed.
When I saw the headline I was like. Wait. Is it 360 games The BC program then going away What's delisted So a fair amount of online are gone, delisting title now hmm due to licensing or companies waking up besides when they did for PS3. That's the thing though Microsoft keeps the store running and hasn't mentioned any of it going offline at any point compared to Sony and Nintendo. Like sure Xbox Live 1.0 on OG Xbox is gone and people have uncovered it in the past few years but for 360 era the hardware is done, games I don't think are being made for PS3 or 360 but for Wii/Wii U they stopped disks. So I wondered how long it would be for anything 360 stores to go down. The online servers have from third parties and Halo but Gears hasn't yet has it Is that why the Gears collection is so fans of the multiplayer still have a place to go to if they want to which for that I'd say sure and I'm not into the multiplayer but it's fair to offer to them besides yes them selling the campaigns again and many of us already own them all (got the series on 360 already, got 4 and played 5 on Gamepass so the only one I don't own physical), got Ultimate Edition (I didn't, don't care to fine with the 360 version) or 4 and got the 360 entries that way for a limited time.
Whether they see a need because people still purchase off it when not all is on the Xbox One/Series consoles especially for 360 game DLC or OG Xbox games of the 400+ you can't play on an Xbox One/Series at all besides the many licensed or not as big 360 games put on the Xbox One 360 BC program. Many reasons for sure to still use it and they have the money to still maintain it but I always wondered if they ever would and maybe this is a sign, maybe not. Might be just third parties not seeing a need to keep them on there anymore. 59ce067264