Our Top Xbox Games For Your Basement
Winning Jack's Dumpy, Little, Basement gives you another excuse to ignore your chores and your wife. Not that you don't already spend enough time sitting on your couch eating Cheetos and drinking beer out of your beer helmet. But Jack gives you another excuse to waste time playing our favorite Xbox games.
The NHL saga continues! Developers of NHL 12 have tweaked over 300 parts surrounding game-play as well as new added features. The most notable new feature that players will notice is the added ability for goalies to check players and drop the glove and blocker.
Madden NFL 12 continues the rich tradition of the storied franchise by bringing fans closer to the NFL than ever before. Featuring all 32 teams, stadiums, and your favorite players in the league, Madden NFL 12 is true to the game.
ZOMBIES RETURN! The fan favorite co-op mode made famous in Call of Duty: World at War is back as you and up to 3 friends use a multitude of weapons to fend off endless waves of blood-thirsty Zombies. Fight to survive in one of the most thrilling and critically-acclaimed co-op experiences in gaming. Stay tuned as the mystery behind Zombies unravels...Combat Training allows you to play against enemy controlled AI with your friends, online and split-screen.
Rock Band 3 allows players to create and save set lists and share them with friends both in-game. In addition, new song filters make it easier to find the types of songs fans want to play and hide the songs they don't, while a built-in song recommendation system will suggest tracks from Rock Band's colossal music library, based on personal fan preference.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is the third installment in Infinity Ward's first person shooter franchise. The much anticipated CoD: MW3 will begin right where Modern Warfare 2 left off and players will get to control a Russian Federal Protective Services agent, SAS Operative, tank gunner, and AC-130 gunner as well as other characters from previous games. Fans can expect the game to be released on Nov. 8th, 2011.