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The Most-Played Xbox Live Enabled Games For 2007 Were…

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Microsoft has released the list of the most played games on the Xbox 360 over the past year. Obviously they can only count games played on a Live connected Xbox 360, but the list looks fair enough.

1) Halo 3
2) Gears of War
3) Call of Duty 4
4) Rainbow Six Vegas
5) Call of Duty 3
6) Crackdown
7) Oblivion
8) Guitar Hero II
9) Forza 2
10) Lost Planet

Nothing much to suprising there except that Call of Duty 4, which was only released towards the end of the year, has arrived just behind the behemoth that is Gears of War. No comment on Halo 3 and what on earth is Lost Planet doing there?

As for Arcade titles

1) TMNT
2) Worms
3) Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night
4) UNO
5) Bomberman LIVE
6) 3D Ultra Minigolf Adventures
7) Sonic The Hedgehog
8) Pinball FX
9) Geometry Wars
10) Texas Hold ’em

TMNT as the top title? Not sure if that is sad or not….

Xbox Live: Your Most-Played Xbox Live Games For 2007 Were…

Last Updated: January 5, 2008

5 Comments

  1. Naudran

    January 5, 2008 at 11:08

    Is it just me or do other people also find it disconcerting that in the top 10 games, there are 7 shooters (8 if you count Oblivion, which isn’t a shooter per say)…

    Are developers so uncreative these days that they stick to one style of game? Or are the gamers so single minded in choice?

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  2. evilredzombie

    January 5, 2008 at 12:36

    hey LG, whats the chances of getting the same info for PS3?
    I presume the top would alos include NFS pro, Resistance, COD4…

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  3. scotty777

    January 5, 2008 at 12:59

    well… if you think about it, shooters and action games are taking over, there is more money with shooters, and online is becoming a really big thing, so, you will find yourself selling more shooters then other games 😀

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  4. LazySAGamer

    January 5, 2008 at 14:19

    @redzombie, would love to but it doesn’t look like Sony has released this info. I will send them an email but don’t hold your breath 😉

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  5. doobiwan

    January 7, 2008 at 14:50

    I don’t think it’s possible to track these kinds of stats on PSN because the games are all disconnected. MS can release this info because it’s all managed through live.

    On the games, what can you say. Online players like shooters. MAybe we’ll see a shift this year with RTS coming to XBL.

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