...mostly because she loves those dancing games. The PS3 and PSV will always be my gaming systems of choice, but I'm always glad to get new tech in the house.
Question is: outside of those Kinect dancing, like Dance Central and Just Dance...what are good exclusive games on the 360? I don't care for games like Halo and the like. My main games are kart racing games (I love Modnation Racers) and open world games like Saints Row the Third.
No, Prototype is not 360 exclusive. Neither is Bioshock. In my experience, 360 does not have many exclusive titles that are worth writing home about. Certainly not to the level of InFamous, Uncharted, God of War, Little Big Planet, etc. Gears of War is very good, but you don't like Halo-style games. I did not enjoy the Fable series (it had such promise and just fell flat, IMO) but YMMV. Blue Dragon is good. Beautiful Katamari (from 2007) is a decent exclusive title although I prefer Katamari Forever, which is a PS3 exclusive. Sorry if this wasn't much help.
It’s so hard for me to sit back here in this studio, looking at a guy out here, hollering my name! When last year I spent more money, on spilled liquor, in bars from one side of this world to the other, than you made! You’re talking to the Rolex wearin, diamond ring wearin, kiss stealin, WOOOO wheelin dealin, limousine ridin, jet flyin son of a gun. And I'm having a hard time holding these alligators down!
If you're a turn-based RPG fan, go pick up Lost Odyssey. It was put together by a sizable chunk of the Final Fantasy development team, including Nobuo Uematsu doing the soundtrack. It's actually one of the few games that could make me cry, and not even necessarily during a high-point event like the Aeris/Sephiroth scene, but simply during text flashbacks showing the sad past of the protagonist. And unlike most of the other games listed here, Lost Odyssey really was a 360 exclusive!
version history: 2.36 is out with unspecified fixes. Sony confirms 2.40 will have in game messaging and trophies, neglects to mention when it'll actually be out. on the shelves last week: NASCAR 09 (metacritic)