GameSpy writes: "As we approach the top of our list we find games where you can leap skyscrapers, rock the mic, destroy the undead and drop really bad one-liners.
10. Left 4 Dead
Is it passe to call 2008 "the year of multiplayer gaming?" Most definitely. But (MMOs notwithstanding) playing with friends hasn't felt this good since the arcade days. Cue memories of Gauntlet, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Sunset Riders... Left 4 Dead embodies this altogether-positive step backward the industry has taken. It was designed from the ground up to be played with three other living, breathing people, quite boldly, and to the detriment of its "single-player experience." That's in quotation marks because, frankly, you'd only play Left 4 Dead single-player if you were trying to prove some sort of point."