Orange Box is packed with 5 games, all for the price of one, creating the most unbeatable deal around. It has both single player and multiplayer. Its multiplayer, which is its only weak point, consists of the game Team Fortress 2, which is a class based shooter. It has a new art style, resembling that of the Incredibles. But a lack of multiplayer levels and a tremendous amount of online lag ruin the experience. More than half of the games I join are laggy, but in the rare occasion that you join a good game, you are greeted with an amazingly enjoyable match. The single player is where the Orange Box truly shines. It comes with Half Life 1, Episode 1, and Episode 2, which combine for over 15 hours of gameplay. Even the story is brilliant and the graphics are topnotch. The most innovative portion of the Orange Box is the game Portal, where you must solve puzzles using a portal gun. This game never ceases to amaze me, and is probably the best part. Although Portal turns out to be very short, and Team Fortress 2 is laggy, Orange Box is a great addition to your collection of Xbox 360 games. You will not be disappointed.