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Best 360 console exclusive besides the Halo/Gears/Forza Trinity

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I choose...

Witcher 2 6 10.71%
 
Alan Wake 12 21.43%
 
Splinter Cell Conviction 0 0.00%
 
Lost Odyssey 20 35.71%
 
Shadow Complex 1 1.79%
 
Project Gotham Racing 3/4 3 5.36%
 
Left 4 Dead 1/2 6 10.71%
 
Crackdown 1/2 1 1.79%
 
Other 7 12.50%
 
Total:56

For the purposes of this thread, we're talking games that were console-exclusive at the time, so ones that were re-released for PS4/Xbone years later still count.

So which game earns the title for you, and why?



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Witcher 2 followed by L4D 1-2.



                                       

PGR 3-4 and Crackdown 1 are my favorites.



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* Naruto: Rise of Ninja.
* Naruto: The Broken Bond.
* Kameo: Elements of Power.
* Banjo Kazooi: Nuts and Bolts.
* Blue Dragon.
* Fable 2.
* Viva Pinata.
* Lost Odyssey.



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Lost Odyssey. The best Final Fantasy game that wasn't made by Square.



Lost Odyssey.



Fable 2 or Alan Wake

 

And I can't see Left4Dead 1/2 and Witcher 2 as native 360 games, they were PC ports.



Pemalite said:

* Naruto: Rise of Ninja.
* Naruto: The Broken Bond.
* Kameo: Elements of Power.
* Banjo Kazooi: Nuts and Bolts.
* Blue Dragon.
* Fable 2.
* Viva Pinata.
* Lost Odyssey.

Dammit, Fable, I knew I was forgetting a major one. I really wish VGChartz had to the option to edit a poll without deleting it.



Dead Rising; though that one got a port for the Wii, but both games were fundamentally different in nature.

If that one doesn't count, then it's probably either Lost Odyssey or Alan Wake. The former because by being a very traditional turn-based RPG it ended up being one of the freshest RPG experiences of what was a very experimental gen, not to mention it was a very enjoyable tale altogether, and the later because it was a fun action-horror game with some quality line delivery (not on the level of Max Payne, but almost there) and an awkward yet interesting progression through the levels.

EDIT: shout-out to Fable 2. One of the most unique action/adventure RPGs ever made!