GameTap editors pick their top 5 games of 2007 - destructoid

GameTap editors pick their top 5 games of 2007

6:41 PM on 12.19.2007

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC


This is the time of year where game news outlets run their top games of 2007 list. GameTap's official list will come early next year, but for now their editors have all listed their personal choices.

Games like Portal, BioShock, Rock Band, and Super Mario Galaxy all made strong showings among their lists, but it was nice to see that lesser listed titles like Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles, God of War II, and even Peggle got some loving. I'd hang out with these guys!

Head to GameTap to pick through the editor's lists.

My thing this year is to peruse the "top 2007" lists for the inclusion of my personal choices, but it seems that games like Odin Sphere or Persona 3 aren't hip enough (or too hip) to make this year's lists. 

Will you join me in my nonconformism or will you line up with the norm with your Halo 3's and whatnot? 




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