After finishing Bioshock, I immediately wanted a sequel. The game, set in a mutant-infested undersea colony, combine perfect ambiance, flexible gameplay, great graphics, and setting-perfect music to provide one of the best games on the XBox 360.
While a first-person shooter primarily, players willing to can utilize stealth to gain an advantage. The game allows for RPG-like development via finding and purchasing upgrades to the character, including an arsenal of genetic modifications allowing for attacks such as incinerating opponents, firing lighting to disable turrets, and using telekinesis to fire objects and manipulate the environment during combat. My personal favorite tactic was utilizing a camouflage ability to wait until an enemy was in range for maximum damage from firearms.
With a compelling story, dynamic gameplay, and production values through the roof, Bioshock is one of the best titles for the XBox 360, and will appeal to just about anyone with its wide range of features.