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Halo 4 is the fourth installment in the Halo series where Master Chief returns to battle an ancient evil bent on vengeance and annihilation.
Reckless Racing Ultimate
Reckless Racing Ultimate is a top-down racer with a huge selection of road and dirt tracks, single and multi-player events, modded cars and trucks, and challenging game modes.
Forza Horizon is a pick-up-and-play racing experience with a festival atmosphere and the freedom of the open road.
Dance Central 3
Dance Central 3 is the third installment in the popular Dance Central game for the Kinect on the Xbox 360.
Happy Wars is a casual multiplayer action game in which a large number of players control comical characters in fun battles.
Fable: The Journey
Fable: The Journey is the newest installment in the Fable franchise.
Kinect Nat Geo TV
Kinect Nat Geo TV mixes family TV night with family game night by combining Kinect's "reach in and explore" interactivity with amazing, award-winning content from Nat Geo WILD.
Kinect Sesame Street TV
Kinect Sesame Street TV is a two-way TV experience that lets children jump into Sesame Street, interact with favorite characters, play in their world, and learn together.
Kinect Sports: Ultimate Collection
Kinect Sports: Ultimate Collection contains both Kinect Sports and Kinect Sports: Season Two in one package.
Runic Quest is a puzzle game in which you help an adventurer lost on a mysterious island face the dangers of a runic quest.
Fable Legends will take place in an "online world" and feature integration with SmartGlass.
Return of Arcade
For nostalgia buffs, these old games are worth your time and money, though you will miss the feel of the arcade controller.
It's a video game, it's a cartoon, it's a toy, it's a lunch box, and now it's a PC CD-ROM game.
A typical day at the beach: the sand under your feet, the roar of the surf... and the ripping sound of German machine guns as they cut your troops to ...
Close Combat: A Bridge Too Far
Atomic Games has managed to create the ideal sequel: It expands and adds many features while keeping everything that made the first game a joy to play.
Entertainment Pack: The Puzzle Collection
If Microsoft and Pajitnov want to make us forget about Tetris, they're going to have to do a lot better than this.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 98
Microsoft has proven itself fighting fit with a thorough retooling of the classic.
Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator: WWII Europe Series
The strongest element of Combat Flight Simulator is the flight experience itself.
Revenge of Arcade
Revenge of Arcade's big problem is, surprisingly, the selection of games.
There are lots of missions and lots of branches so you can complete several missions in varying order, but all the missions end up playing the same.
Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings
If you've ever liked any other real-time strategy game in this classical style, then you'll clearly see why this one deserves so much credit.
Now that the Microsoft Golf series is no longer being developed by Access, it's really beginning to shine.
Motocross Madness (1998)
With its multitude of modes and good terrain graphics, this is pretty much everything you could hope for in a motocross simulation, and then some.
Age of Empires
This is not quite the game you hoped for. Even worse, it has some definite problems.
Close Combat III: The Russian Front
Close Combat III: The Russian Front is the best Close Combat game of the bunch.
Baseball 2000 feels, plays, and looks just the way its name sounds: generic.
Although its driving mechanics aren't terribly sophisticated, it can be a lot of fun because it affords you that very freedom that all driving games should but rarely deliver.
The problem isn't that the concept isn't good or that the game couldn't have been fun, it's that Access and Microsoft took a good idea and ran all of about ...
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2000
If you have the hardware to run it, this simulation really stands out.
NBA Inside Drive 2000
It does a lot of things well and is a huge step up from the all-flash-and-no-substance gameplay of Full Court Press - and who can't love a $19.95 sticker price?
Links LS 2000
Its additional features are so unimpressive that there's not much reason for owners of the previous version to get excited.
Asheron's Call is a solid, well-rounded online role-playing experience that's at least as good as any other out there.
While the individual pieces may be a bit weak on their own, the overall experience is satisfying and worthwhile.
Its real-time strategy elements and its focus on cooperative piloting tactics are so central to its gameplay that Allegiance can be very challenging to learn, but it's well worth the ...