It's that time of the year again, when everyone makes lists of the top games of the year. 2017 provided a plethora of releases, but certainly most haven't played every single title released this year, and how do you even characterize what constitutes the "best" in a given year? Can we judge lasting impact and influence only a month after launch?
Satchell Drakes and Matt Perez instead look back a decade to the year 2007 to see what games endured the test of time and decide what deserves the title of Game of 2007 ten years after the fact. Games discussed include Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Halo 3, BioShock, Portal and Naruto: Rise of a Ninja.
Plus, @53:11, Erik Kain and Paul Tassi try to predict the winners of this year's Game Awards. How wrong could they be?