Jeremiah's 2007 Holiday Picks

Bioshock for XBOX 360
"Halo 3" Platform: Xbox 360
For first person shooter fans, this game has it all. Great story, challenging enemy AI, an unparallel multi-player mode, and the Legendary Edition even comes with a nifty Spartan helmet! Take into account that come December 11th three new multiplayer maps are available for download and that adds up to 1 must have game for your Xbox 360.

"Super Mario Galaxy" Platform: Nintendo Wii
Hands down this is the best game to come out for the Nintendo Wii this year. This beautiful game was built specifically for the Wii nunchuku controllers and it shows. Early buzz indicates that this is the greatest Mario game ever.

"Jeanne D'Arc" Platform: PSP
A turn based tactical role playing game for the PSP. Great for that long subway or bus ride home. It packs over 40+ hours of gameplay in a neat little story about a woman trying to save her country and eventually the world.

"Assassins Creed" Platform: PS3/Xbox
Stealth adventure gameplay for the 360 has never looked so good. Scale buildings, eavesdrop, pickpockets, and spy on the Knights Templar during the Middle Ages. Interact and blend in with the crowd of citizens in cites allowing you to hide in plain sight. This is one game that should not be missed.

"Orange Box" Platform: Xbox 360
It has 5 games in 1; Half Life 2, Half Life 2: Episode one, Half Life 2: Episode Two, Team Fortress 2 and Portal. How can you pass up a deal like that?

"Bioshock" Platform: Xbox 360
This game is so good it's scary, literally. Not for the faint of heart, this frightening first person shooter breaks new ground with themes of Objectivism and morality.

By Jeremiah Wallace