The PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox have some fantastic exclusive releases, but there are plenty of titles you can enjoy across a variety of systems! In this final last generation entry of TSG Staff Picks, we look at some of the staff’s favorite titles that you can experience across two, three or even four platforms, if you include PC releases.
The Xbox may be most well-known for being the first real step toward the modern online console service, and a franchise that reads “olah” when spelled backwards. But there are a lot of other quality titles found on the platform. Many of Xbox titles went hand-in-hand with a PC version, so in this entry we’re making the exception of allowing Xbox/PC titles instead of simply exclusive or timed exclusive software.
Hit the jump to find out what titles were picked out by TSG’s staff as some of the best for the platform.
The Nintendo GameCube was a little bit purpley, a little bit lunch boxy, and a lot of awesome. While many claim the PS2 and Xbox dominators of the market, Nintendo’s GameCube arguably had the strongest exclusive library of them all, with plenty of first party releases and its fair share of third party exclusives.
The TSG Staff look at some of their favorite titles for the platform, hitting a variety of first and third party exclusives.
This November marks the tenth anniversary of when the console wars for last generation truly began in North America. This month 10 years ago, both Xbox and GameCube hit the market to take on the PlayStation 2 which had just defeated the Dreamcast, sending SEGA out the console door. We’ve compiled some of TSG’s staffs favorite games for the last generation of platforms, giving them a quick moment to talk about their favorite titles of last generation.
This first week we’ll be tackling PS2 exclusives, or at least titles that originally launched as PlayStation 2 exclusives.