Posted on January 5, 2008,

2007’s Top Games on Xbox Live

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Major Nelson has posted up a few lists of interest on his blog detailing the most played Xbox 360 and Xbox 1 games on Xbox Live, as well as the most purchased Xbox Live Arcade games from 2007. Unsurprisingly, Halo 3 and Halo 2 dominate the first two lists, while TMNT 1989 Arcade was the most purchased Arcade game of the year. I thought I was alone in loving that game prior to its release on XBLA.

Top Xbox 360 Games (Unique Users)

  1. Halo 3
  2. Gears of War
  3. Call of Duty 4
  4. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas
  5. Call Of Duty 3
  6. Crackdown
  7. Oblivion
  8. Guitar Hero II
  9. Forza Motorsport 2
  10. Lost Planet

Call of Duty 3? Really? I found that one to be pretty shocking considering how terrible I’d argue the game is. Apparently, people don’t seem to care, and so long as you’ve got a popular name attached to the game, people will play it. (Why do I get the feeling that saying that is just begging someone to bring Madden up in the comments?)

The other two lists can be seen after the jump.

Top Xbox Live Arcade Games (Sales)

  1. TMNT 1989 Arcade
  2. Worms
  3. Castlevania: SOTN
  4. UNO
  5. Bomberman LIVE
  6. 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures
  7. Sonic The Hedgehog
  8. Pinball FX
  9. Geometry Wars Evolved
  10. Texas Hold ‘em

Top Xbox 1 Games (Unique Users)

  1. Halo 2
  2. Star Wars: Battlefront 2
  3. Counter-Strike
  4. Battlefield 2: Modern Combat
  5. Doom 3
  6. Forza Motorsport
  7. Madden NFL 07
  8. Conker: Live & Reloaded
  9. Call of Duty 3
  10. Rainbow Six 3

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1 Comment on 2007’s Top Games on Xbox Live

William

On January 5, 2008 at 8:12 pm

Halo 3 should really get credit for being #1 and #6 for the first category. We all know that a majority of Crackdown players were there just to play the Halo 3 beta. I know that’s the only reason I ever got Crackdown.