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Wired's Top 10 Games of 2007 + Game of the Year

Wired's panel of gaming experts -- Chris Kohler, Susan Arendt, Chris Baker, and Lore Sjöberg -- has engaged in a vicious e-mail fight to bring you a countdown of their top 10 favorite games of 2007. Here are Wired's picks:

10. Crackdown - Best Game We Can't Stop Playing
9. Desktop Tower Defense - Best Flash Game
8. Crysis - Best Possibilities
7. Call of Duty 4 - Best Sequel to a Popular Shooter
6. Mass Effect - Best Role-Playing Game
5. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass - Best Reinvention of the Wheel
4. The Orange Box - Best Value and Best Cake
3. BioShock - Best Game About Ayn Rand
2. Super Mario Galaxy - Best Universe in a Box
1. Rock Band - Game of the Year

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CeruleanSky3446d ago

Experts?

No one reads or cares what Wired has to say about anything anymore.

Xbox is the BEST3446d ago

year will be the same 360 got the games

lowlight3446d ago

But Chris Kohler is a great gaming journalist. Too bad his article is held down by the crappy Wired interface of having to click through 10 pages to see the list. This list is not so much a "countdown of the top 10 games of 2007" but a look at "10 of the best games" that came out this year, each offering their own experience to gaming. Here's a quick rundown of the games:

10. Crackdown - Best Game We Can't Stop Playing
9. Desktop Tower Defense - Best Flash Game
8. Crysis - Best Possibilities
7. Call of Duty 4 - Best Sequel to a Popular Shooter
6. Mass Effect - Best Role-Playing Game
5. The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass - Best Reinvention of the Wheel
4. The Orange Box - Best Value and Best Cake
3. BioShock - Best Game About Ayn Rand
2. Super Mario Galaxy - Best Universe in a Box
1. Rock Band - Game of the Year

iNcRiMiNaTi3445d ago (Edited 3445d ago )

damn so much hype for an ok game. still cant "believe" i dropped $140 on it.. =[

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