This week is not going to be accomplished with a lot of games but this is not the point of disappointment as quality matters over the quantity! So here we go with the top five games coming for your Xbox…
The following is the listing of the Xbox games going to be released this weekend:
Serious Sam 3 Before First Encounter or BFE
The Serious Sam 3 game is a first person shooter style of game that you might have already played for the PC.
The game is coming on October 17 with the featuring of multiplayer set up for sixteen players!!! So, you can invite sixteen of your friends this weekend!
Dance Central 3
One of the famous Simulating games from Kinect, Dance Central 3 to make you a perfect dancer… is coming on Xbox on October 19. This is the third time for this type of achievement and enhancement of forty five newer is being made for the fans…
Make some of the advantage from the game by providing the pre-order of some of the songs as bonus of doing it.
Fans that want the appearance of James Bond according to their criteria of generations then they should be ready with the upcoming of 007 legends on October 19.
This Xbox game will also be made available on Xbox Live.
I am sure that you remember the game of Spyro’s Adventure!!! And if you are a fan of that then you will also like the newer series by Skylanders Giant or even find it better than the previous one… Coming on October 19
Doom 3 BFG Edition
One of the game of Doom 3 that has been made eight years before which is made again or we may use the world ‘remake’ for it… With newer game play editions and elements also coming on October 19 along with others.
Dance Central 2 is a 2011 music dance rhythmic video game exclusively available on the Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Kinect. The game was released in October 2011 by Harmonix Music Systems and was published by Harmonix Music Systems/MTV Games. Dance Central 3 has also been released and covers amazing futuristic aspects of dancing genre to give gamers a wonderful experience.
The gameplay is indistinguishable to the original Dance Central, and the main thing about the game is that it is solely kinect enabled. To be honest with myself the most and with you guys of course, kinect is the only revolutionary gaming console giving gamers a whole new gaming experience and an immense delight of dancing with its tracking and responding quality.
Dance Central 2 features both single player and multiplayer game mode supporting up to two players simultaneous play in both cooperative and competitive mode with drop-in and drop-out facility with which a player can enter and exit, into and from the gameplay at any instant of time. Along with these modes the game features an improved fitness mode and a “Break it Down” mode letting the player to practice and a campaign mode featuring all new dance crews of various styles and also offers killer soundtrack to get your party started.
These two games other than Dance Central 2 are also an amazing piece of experience. Dance Central 3 is a sequel to Dance Central 2 and offers brand new ways to play with your friends and will also feature a “Keep the Beat” mini-game along with a Crew Throwdown mode and a party mode. The player will have the ability to import his/her songs from the previous titles in Dance Central series. Michael Jackson: The Experience is solely inspired by the King of Pop Michael Jackson and features instant gameplay with your friends, the game offers versus and co-op modes supporting up to four player gameplay but lacks simultaneous play. If you’re a fan of king of Pop “Michael Jackson”, the game is all for you.
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Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a forthcoming action- adventures lethal video game, sixth title in the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series and is expected to get released in 2013 spring. The game is currently under development for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 by Ubisoft Toronto and is set to be published by Ubisoft.
There has been made some advancement in futuristic technologies in making of Splinter Cell: Blacklist in the Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series featuring Kinect with Voice integration trait and a new performance capture technology to give the gamers a richer experience. The game introduces a new mechanical gameplay feature, “killing in motion” which allows player to highlight targets and kill them in quick succession, player can easily and very efficiently climb on the walls and is specialized in stealth melee attacks.
Making of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist follows the events of Splinter Cell: Conviction and is still based upon stealth and lethal mechanism. The game features a Lead Engine along with voice integration element with Xbox’s Kinect peripheral which allows player to say things to distract enemies on hunt and take them down far easier. The game will offer player to perform “kill and drag” stealth melee takedowns.
Sam Fisher “The Secret operative”, leader of a newly formed Clandestine Unit who is in charge to answer to the President of United States solely about the missions assigned by the president and is back and is more deadly than ever. A group of 12 scoundrel national terrorists begin a fright taunt called the Blacklist, Sam Fisher and his squad now has to hunt these terrorists down and stop the deadly countdown of increasing terrorist attacks on United States chattels.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist will be giving you a lethal experience with its new mechanical technologies that are added to make the game revolutionary and above the ground.
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