PC Advisor reviews the best Xbox games.

5. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
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  • Reviewed on: 8 November 11
  • RRP: £33 (PC), £35 (console)

Activision manages the tricky feat of offering more of the same for the fans and some shiny new features for the non-fans.

 

Read our Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 review.

4. Final Fantasy XIII-2

Final Fantasy XIII-2
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  • Reviewed on: 31 January 12
  • RRP: £39 inc. VAT

An epic, top quality RPG that showcases what Square-Enix does best. Final Fantasy XIII-2 addresses a lot of problems and complaints with the last game, but unfortunately adds a few new ones all its own.

Read our Final Fantasy XIII-2 review.

3. LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7

LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7
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  • Reviewed on: 30 November 11
  • RRP: £28 (Wii), £30 (Xbox 360/PS3)

The final chapters of the Lego Harry Potter series come to a close amid glorious graphics, speechless humour, bewildering puzzles, and a world so vast it begs to be replayed.

 

Read our LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 review.

2. Batman: Arkham City

Batman: Arkham City
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  • Reviewed on: 17 October 11
  • RRP: £35

A stellar superhero game that raises the bar for its peers, Rocksteady's Arkham City is indeed the game that Gotham City deserves, and a must-own for Bat-fans.

 

Read our Batman: Arkham City review.

1. The King of Fighters XIII

The King of Fighters XIII
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  • Reviewed on: 1 December 11
  • RRP: £30

Gorgeous visuals and deep competitive combat make The King of Fighters XIII a stellar alternative to this year's other big-name brawlers.

 

Read our The King of Fighters XIII review.