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I'm borrowing my brother's 360 for the next two and a half weeks (just got an HDTV, woo!). I want to make the most of it, since I won't be able to afford one of my own for quite some time (and may get a ps3 instead for blu-ray).
I'm looking for games that take around 10-20 hours or less to complete, or are worth just putting that much time in. So no Mass Effect or Oblivion. Also, I really don't like FPS controls with a controller. I tried COD4 but turned it off in frustration after 20 minutes of fighting with the controller. However, I'm playing Bioshock right now and am loving it a lot, so if the gameplay isn't too twitch based and the game is good enough I can suffer through the frustrating controls. I'm going to try Burnout next, but aside from that I'm not interested in racing games, and I have all of the sports games I'm interested in.
So, once I'm done Bioshock, what should be next on my list? I want to get through (or mostly through) at least 2-3 more games.