E3 2011 Screenshot Compendium Part 1: The Games of Xbox 360, XBLA and Kinect

From The Witcher 2 to Gears of War 3 to Bastion to Fable: The Journey, there are a lot of games to look forward to on the Xbox 360 — big or small, retail or XBLA, Kinect enabled or not. In part one of our E3 2011 Screenshot Compendium, we bring you a closer look at these games and more, one gallery at a time. If a particular game stands out, let me know in the comments and I’ll do my best to cover it further.

As the week progresses, our Screenshot Compendium will cover the exclusive games coming to Sony and Nintendo platforms, as well as a few publisher-specific round-ups. So stay tuned, enjoy the barrage of screens, and thanks for following our E3 coverage!

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings:
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Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary:
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Forza Motorsport 4:
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Gears of War 3:
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Bastion (XBLA):
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Crimson Alliance (XBLA):
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Fable: The Journey (Kinect):
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The Deepak Chopra Project (Kinect):
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Disneyland Adventures (Kinect):
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Kinect Fun Labs (Kinect):
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The Gunstringer (XBLA / Kinect):
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Kinect Star Wars (Kinect):
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Kinect Sports: Season Two (Kinect):
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Otomedius Excellent:
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Dance Central 2 (Kinect):
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Fruit Ninja Kinect (XBLA / Kinect):
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Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet (XBLA):
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Ms Splosion Man (XBLA):
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Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster (Kinect):
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Rise of Nightmares (Kinect):
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Toy Soldiers: Cold War (XBLA):
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Trenched (XBLA):
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UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System (Kinect):
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