Are you ready to witness what the next, next generation has? It’s a curious question isn’t it? It’s also a very valid question considering the fact that we’ll likely see the first glimpse of the successor to the Xbox 360 next year during E3 2013. The better question is probably whether or not you’ve reached the end of your Xbox 360 enjoyment? I happen to think that the notion of that is absurd. There are quite literally hundreds of games that I personally have yet to even try on the Xbox 360. I’m sure that the majority of you have not played every title in its stable. I’m not saying they’re all good games but there are a ton still left to play and enjoy. Argos provide a range of Video Games that you can still explore and thus extend your gaming library.
With the Summer of Arcade there are even more options incoming. Halo 4, Borderlands 2, Black Ops 2, BioShock Infinite, Medal of Honor Warfighter and a range of games are still yet to release so the Xbox 360 has plenty of gas left in the tank don’t you think? And of course for those of you who still haven’t gotten on Microsoft’s ecosystem, you can click here to buy an Xbox. I don’t have that many friends who don’t own an Xbox but you never know. Some of my more fortunate friends even have an Xbox 360 and PS3 but that’s another subject.
I haven’t even mentioned Kinect and the number of fun family games it offers. If you have a Kinect, there are even more games to cycle through before calling it quits.
Where does your Xbox 360 meter point to? Is it at the end and you’re itching for the next generation to begin? Or is it like mine and it’s barely registering half way with plenty of games still left to play?