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So you'd like to play some good RPGs on your 360, huh? While the system seems to attract more first-person shooters than anything, there are absolutely some good RPGs to be had as well. Let's have a look at some good ones.
Dragon Age: Origins - Xbox 360 Is a great place to start. It's a deep and engaging game. Dragon Age 2 - Xbox 360 An obvious choice given the start of the list. A good sequel as well. Mass Effect - Xbox 360 Also a Bioware original. The first one is a bit slow and the systems are kind of tedious, but there's a good game under there. Mass Effect 2 Platinum Hits The sequel is tighter, easier, and more engaging. Fallout 3 A Huge, dark game that is somewhat loose on narrative, but all kinds of fun. Fallout: New Vegas The sequel features a much more engaging story, but is otherwise very similar. Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition -Xbox 360 One of the most open-ended RPGs ever made. You may miss the main plot, but you'll have fun doing it. Lost Odyssey - Xbox 360 An underrated JRPG that may not amaze, but will entertain. Tales of Vesperia - Xbox 360 Also a very typical JRPG. Star Ocean: The Last Hope - Xbox 360 Found this one a little predictable, but not too bad. Fable II Kind of a lighter RPG, but entertaining. Fable III - Xbox 360 Very much like Fable 2, but doesn't feel quite as engaging.
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