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Original Xbox 80 26.06%
 
Xbox 360 180 58.63%
 
Xbox One 47 15.31%
 
Total:307

The 360. What an easy question

The best exclusives of any Xbox console. The best multiplats of any Xbox console. The best features of any Xbox console. What more do you need?



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360 had some JRPGs, and was closer or better than the PS3 with multiplats, than the PS4 vs XB1 is.

Xbox 360 is the best xbox, MS have made so far.

Xbox One has a less diverse library than the 360 did too, Id say Xbox as a whole took a step backwards from what the 360 was.



Huh. You know, I was looking through my old top 50 list, and it turns out I have a lot more OG Xbox games on there than 360 games.

Halo: Combat Evolved

Half-Life 2

Psychonauts

Beyond Good & Evil

Halo 2

Far Cry Instincts

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

 

vs.

 

BioShock

Gears of War

 

Xbox 360 definitely had the bigger and deeper library but I'd argue OG Xbox had the best top-shelf games.



Mr Puggsly said:

 

Ganoncrotch said:

 

Skip to the 1min mark, I find it so weird that this game is still supported and will start up on X360, why they didn't just set it as being incompatible I'll never know, heck weirder again is that there is an XBLA version of the exact same game which plays absolutely perfectly.

Thats a game known for being buggy on BC, overall it was a useful emulator and most supported games were fine. 

The XBLA version came years later. So I guess MS felt a buggy visuals of BC is better than no support.

It's not just the visuals though, the game speed is between 30-50% what it should be, I have both this and the XBLA one I really think it's one case where rather than offering such a broken version of the game they should just cut it from the list, there is over 450 original Xbox titles that the X360 plays absolutely flawlessly, this game just looks weird, the X360 struggling with a 2d fighter, makes the system look weaker imo, it should most certainly have been removed from BC when the XBLA version landed.



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Ruler said:

Original Xbox by a miles stone

 

- it was segnificantley stronger than its competetion, Xbox 360 not much or doubtfull

- the hardware is more reliable

- it had a harddrive only using it for game saving instead of annoying updates

- you could softmod the console and play emulators on it, or making the console region free

- its game libary is better, if you love the PS2 essentially you should love the first Xbox library

Not sure I would agree with that, The Crystal version of the original Xbox were very prone to just stopping reading disks and the way that the original Xbox wasn't set in stone which hardware it had meant there was lots of variants with little things like older types of PC harddrive which again were prone to dying for no reason. off topic though, was the original Xbox the only console which has featured a full 3.5" HDD in it? (with the exception of a original PS2 with network adaptor.)

As for the softmodding, agree with you completely, the original Xbox is a fantastic device for running MAME on a TV or any emulators up to the original Playstation quite well.

Outside of gaming, people have the original Xbox to thank for one thing which a lot on here probably make use of today, XBMC was created to stream content from your PC on a network in your house to the Xbox system, then people thought... hey couldn't you use that to stream content from other places on the internet, and many years later they said... hey isn't XBMC a strange name, we should call this... Kodi.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodi_%28software%29

So yeah, you have the original Xbox to thank for possibly one of the best pipelines of pirated tv shows and movies on the internet... and MS thought they were being so creative with X1 being TV centric. (have to link this... I'm sorry, just love the cuts in the video lol)



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Ganoncrotch said:
Ruler said:

Original Xbox by a miles stone

 

- it was segnificantley stronger than its competetion, Xbox 360 not much or doubtfull

- the hardware is more reliable

- it had a harddrive only using it for game saving instead of annoying updates

- you could softmod the console and play emulators on it, or making the console region free

- its game libary is better, if you love the PS2 essentially you should love the first Xbox library

Not sure I would agree with that, The Crystal version of the original Xbox were very prone to just stopping reading disks and the way that the original Xbox wasn't set in stone which hardware it had meant there was lots of variants with little things like older types of PC harddrive which again were prone to dying for no reason. off topic though, was the original Xbox the only console which has featured a full 3.5" HDD in it? (with the exception of a original PS2 with network adaptor.)

As for the softmodding, agree with you completely, the original Xbox is a fantastic device for running MAME on a TV or any emulators up to the original Playstation quite well.

Outside of gaming, people have the original Xbox to thank for one thing which a lot on here probably make use of today, XBMC was created to stream content from your PC on a network in your house to the Xbox system, then people thought... hey couldn't you use that to stream content from other places on the internet, and many years later they said... hey isn't XBMC a strange name, we should call this... Kodi.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodi_%28software%29

So yeah, you have the original Xbox to thank for possibly one of the best pipelines of pirated tv shows and movies on the internet... and MS thought they were being so creative with X1 being TV centric. (have to link this... I'm sorry, just love the cuts in the video lol)

 

PC hardware is a lot more reliable than other hardware like powerPC. I rarely see one being broken



Ruler said:
Ganoncrotch said:

Not sure I would agree with that, The Crystal version of the original Xbox were very prone to just stopping reading disks and the way that the original Xbox wasn't set in stone which hardware it had meant there was lots of variants with little things like older types of PC harddrive which again were prone to dying for no reason. off topic though, was the original Xbox the only console which has featured a full 3.5" HDD in it? (with the exception of a original PS2 with network adaptor.)

As for the softmodding, agree with you completely, the original Xbox is a fantastic device for running MAME on a TV or any emulators up to the original Playstation quite well.

Outside of gaming, people have the original Xbox to thank for one thing which a lot on here probably make use of today, XBMC was created to stream content from your PC on a network in your house to the Xbox system, then people thought... hey couldn't you use that to stream content from other places on the internet, and many years later they said... hey isn't XBMC a strange name, we should call this... Kodi.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodi_%28software%29

So yeah, you have the original Xbox to thank for possibly one of the best pipelines of pirated tv shows and movies on the internet... and MS thought they were being so creative with X1 being TV centric. (have to link this... I'm sorry, just love the cuts in the video lol)

 

PC hardware is a lot more reliable than other hardware like powerPC. I rarely see one being broken

Today is your lucky day then! This one is old disk drive that decided it wanted to end its own life, cracked case at the back because I was attempting to swap out it's drive later on.

With one of these two super perfect working Xboxs... that if turned on make a horrifying HDD grinding noise of death which you can only hope to never hear coming from your PC tower, but yeah, couldn't swap the DVD drives from either of these systems with the one which has the broken drive, both different systems inside from different revisions.

My main setup still has a brand spanking new Xbox original in it as well, these guys are just kept for the chance that I would be able to salvage some parts for repair if anything happens to my 4th original Xbox, but yeah.... they can break, more often than I've suffered RRoD's (2x). Hmmm find it a bit sad that my house probably has More original Xboxs in it than most of the town I live in ever had :< was a fantastic console, just PS2 was too much of a popular beast at the time for people to notice the glorious look of DOA3 next to the ps2 version of DoA, I mean it looks like there is a generational gap between those 2 games if you see them now.



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Original Xbox

Morrowind
Lost chapters
Half life 2
Kotor 2
Halo 2

Far cry instincts 

Burnout 3

Boulders gate 2

 

I mean come on!



Without a doubt: Xbox 360



360. And not only it is the best Xbox but the only good one...