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About this page and the Xbox 360 game console

The Xbox 360 Xbox 360 is a home video game console developed by Microsoft, launched in November 22, 2005. As the successor to the original Xbox, it is the second console in the Xbox series. It competed with Sony's PlayStation 3 PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii as part of the seventh generation of video game consoles. This is the best selling console that Microsoft ever made.

Most Source Source engine games made after 2007 (using Source 2007 Source 2007 branch or later), have native support for the Xbox 360 game controller, using XInput, which was later disabled and replaced with Steam Input since engine update around 2020-2022, which only applies to most Source 2013 games, Left 4 Dead 2 and later Valve games. As it's competitor, PlayStation 3 PlayStation 3 are notorious for it's complex processor architecture, Source games on Xbox 360 Xbox 360 runs better compared to PlayStation 3, and this may explains why Valve never ported Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 to PlayStation 3, nor outsourcing the L4D & L4D2 port to EA (Electronic Arts) as previously the PS3 version of The Orange Box have some technical and performance issues. However, in 2010 - 2011, Valve supported both game consoles starting with Portal 2 Portal 2.

This category page lists the following games that either have been officially released or ported to the Xbox 360 gaming console. For the Wikipedia article about the Xbox 360, which have more information about it's history, sales, and more, click here.

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Hardware Specifications


Xbox 360
Hardware Specifications
Operating system (OS) Xbox 360 system software
Note.pngNote:Based off heavily modified Windows 2000.
Processor (CPU) Microsoft XCPU (Xenon) Tri-core, each two-way SMT-capable @ 3.2GHz
System memory (RAM) 512MB GDDR3
Note.pngNote:Unified, shared with GPU.
Storage Wikipedia icon HDD with varied capacity (see Wikipedia)
Dual-layer DVD-ROMs 12× speed, HD-DVD (discontinued)
Video card (GPU) ATI/AMD Xenos, 10 MB of eDRAM + 512MB GDDR3 (240 GFLOPS)
DirectX 9
Sound (audio device) A/V-Multi & 3.5mm: Analog stereo
TOSLINK & HDMI: LPCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital with WMA Pro
Other

Video outputs:
HD (up to 1080p): Component video, VGA, HDMI (models after 2007)

SD (480i/p, 576i/p): SCART RGB, D-Terminal, Component video, S-Video, Composite

Audio output: RCA cables (stereo), 3.5mm (E model only), S/PDIF (S model only).

Other notes: Analog AV output is limited in E models, via 3.5mm jack (Composite + Stereo audio only). S model onwards have CPU + GPU combined, called XCGPU.

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Pages in category "Xbox 360 games"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.