Best Xbox 360 Games For the Christmas Holiday Season 2009


This year has been an exciting one for people of all ages who enjoy the XBOX 360. With so many releases in every genre available, it is easy to find the perfect gift for to put under the Christmas tree this year.

For the more mature members of your family, Infinity Ward and Activision have come out with the long awaited sequel to 2007’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be released on November 11 of this year. Gamers can look forward to action packed game play and some of the best XBOX Live matches that made it’s counterparts so popular. A special edition XBOX 360 console designed after Modern Warfare 2 is also available. Another shooter style game already available is Halo: ODST (Orbital Drop Shock Troopers). In this prologue to the ever popular Halo 3, the marine squad known as the “United Nations Space Command” or UNSC are at war with an alien alliance known as “The Covenant”. When released, Halo: ODSt became the top selling XBOX 360 game of the year. Both of these games are rated M for mature.

For the younger members of your family, XBOX has released a number of games based on their favorite movies and television shows. In “Spongebob: Truth or Square”, follow Spongebob and Plankton as they try to recover the secret formula for the krabby patty recipes after Spongebob loses it. You and your family can visit all of your favorite Bikini Bottom locations, including The Krusty Krab and Jellyfish Fields. this game is available to buy on October 26. Also available this month is “Where the Wild Things Are”. In this, you play as Max and try to help the Wild Things escape from their island before it is too late. Both of these games are rated E for everyone.

For the sports fanatic in your family, FIFA 10 is the XBOX’s leading soccer game for online play. It is rated E and will be available October 20. For the basketball fan, NBA 2K10 and NBA Live 10 have already been released.

Madden NFL 10 and NCAA 10 are both ready for the football player in your life.


Source by Victor Vargo

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