Now that the slog through the last 12 months is over, TheFeed is in a reflective mood, so we're asking the question that's on every gamer's lips: Was 2007 the best year in the history of videogames?
We asked X-Play host Adam Sessler, who responded enthusiastically in the affirmative. "Definitely," Sessler said, "Unless there was some year in the '90s, when I wasn't really paying attention that was better. But I seriously doubt it. With three consoles competing, and the technology as advanced as it is, gamers are having the best year in the history of videogames."
In other words, like Nirvana bringing punk to mainstream in the 1990s, 2007 is the year videogames broke. Here's why: