There was a time when they said the first-person shooter couldn't be done on consoles, that it would always be a PC exclusive genre.
That all changed in 2001 when Bungie waltzed in with Halo: Combat Evolved, showing the world that, well, it was wrong.
It wasn't until 2005 that Call of Duty came to console when its second iteration hit Xbox 360. There are, of course, still plenty of people out there who swear by the keyboard/mouse combination over the game pad but the console community made Call of Duty in particular into a whole new beast.
They lapped up Call of Duty 2, making it the first 360 game to break the million sales record. The game's multiplayer thrived like never before thanks to Xbox LIVE and the additional map packs that were continuously fed to console commanders.
Xbox Live still stands out as a preferred platform for multiplayer out there. Its perhaps telling that Call of Duty as a franchise has now become somewhat synonymous with the 360 and certainly console gamers.
Who wants to play Bejeweled on a PC? Give us a Bejeweled RPG where players can customise their jewel with items, spells and abilities - then we'll talk.