The Xbox 360 was Microsoft's first major success in the console space and offered some excellent first-party and third-party titles.
These games are the absolute cream of the crop when it comes to the open-world genre.
Though recent reports have claimed that Rockstar has shelved fans of a Red Dead Redemption remake, we're hoping they'll eventually get back around to it.
Following the poor reception to the recent Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition, Rockstar is committed to the next mainline title.
A prominent Rockstar insider has claimed that remasters of the two open world titles have been canned, possibly due to the poor reception for the remastered GTA Trilogy.
Another leaker has claimed that Rockstar is preparing both Red Dead Redemption games for current console hardware.
Design, aesthetic, atmosphere, lore- for one reason or the other, these worlds sucked us right in.
We take a look back at the history of the medium and pick 15 moments which absolutely floored us on account of being graphically stunning for its time.
A new leak claims that Rockstar is working on a remaster of the 2010 game, in similar vein to GTA: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition.
Just when you think everything is fine, someone suddenly loses their face.
Is a single player expansion for the open world title just a pipe dream?
Moments that will stick with us for years.
Whether full-length features or animated ventures, these titles would be great to watch.
Take-Two might push Rockstar into returning to a more frequent release cycle.
A look back at one of Rockstar's best games to date.
I'm sorry, I can't save the world right now, I have to fail this QTE on purpose.
Xbox Live Gold and Ultimate Game Pass members get an additional 10 percent off on select titles.
Wild Zubats have ruined Pokemon caves for everyone.
Sink or swim.
There's downloadable content and then there's the straight turn into Bizarro World.