Xbox: Lightshow was an extremely rare and exclusive simulation game for the Xbox 5000.
The game was released to keep people quiet about the Xbox 5000 radiation scandal of 2008.
When the game was started up inside the Xbox 5000's microwave drive, sparking would begin, then crackling. If the game was played for too long the console would explode. This was apart of Microsoft's commitment to anti video game addiction. Xbox: Lightshow was only a single player game.
Xbox: Lightshow was praised for it's graphics and way it engaged the player. It received mostly positive scores, but a multiplayer mode was one feature that players would have loved to see.