CCC Best of 2006

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Xbox 360 Game of the Year

System Awards: Best X360 Game of 2006

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Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter review

Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter

The Ghost Recon franchise was barely recognizable when we compared G.R.A.W. against the original Ghost Recon, a solid and well-respected game in its day. Intense shooting action set within the confines of Mexico City made for many tense and exciting moments. With GR.A.W. 2 on the way in 2007, this franchise is getting much better with age.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Oblivion is the Burger King of RPG's thanks to it's "have it your way" style of gameplay. Unlike Fable, Oblivion lived up to its enormous amount of hype and was an instant success story when it was released in the spring of 2006. If you've played it, you'll most likely agree that Oblivion is definitely one of those games that comes around once in a blue moon. If you haven't played it, what's the hold up?

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion review
Dead Rising review

Dead Rising

Why do the dead always want to hang out at shopping malls? I mean, what's the attraction? Perhaps they're just wanting to apply at EB or GameStop and if you've ever shopped there you'd know that hiring a few zombies could only improve their customer service. Capcom's Dead Rising was a George Romero movie come to life and although the 72 hour time-limit was a tad annoying, the gameplay was all that and a body bag of zombie chips.

Gears of War - X360

Unless you just happen to be developer CliffyB, it's got to suck knowing that the game you developed just ain't that great when compared to Gears of War. None of us could believe the jaw-dropping visuals when we saw it for the first time and when we got our sweaty, Doritos-stained chubby digits on the final copy, we were in action/shooter heaven cuz it plays as great as it looks.
Gears of War review
Saints Row review

Saints Row

We all recognize that Saints Row wouldn't exist without the GTA series, that's a given. But after countless "me too" free-roam sandbox copycats, it was sure nice to play a game that actually evolved the genre rather than just suckled at its creative tea - er, nevermind. Saints Row gives you some real freedom and you can bust a cap in someone online. Oh and it's in high res with a smooth silky framerate. No turning "trails off" in this game.


GameCube Game of the Year

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