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Xbox 360: Full Game List

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There's no argument that the hardware proposition isn't strong - in fact, it's one of the exhaustive feature lists ever associated with the games console - but the quality of the games has still to be established. Fortunately there are lots of pointers, so we've taken the time today to cobble together a list of everything that's emerged over the past weeks and months and, of course, the last 24 hours.

This list is naturally subject to change, and we expect much more to have come out of the woodwork by this time next week. But for now, this is what you can expect.

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