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Game Debate to the Death! Best Game of 2008?!

Dec 23 // Tom Fronczak    @Fronztoid

Last week was a really close Gamecube championship debate that had me guessing until the very end. At first Resident Evil 4 seemed to have it in the bag, but Wind Waker rallied on page two, only to relinquish its lead several times. The trophy changed hands many times in the final minutes, but when the dust settled, here were the results:

  • Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker (58 votes) -- Winner!
  • Resident Evil 4 (52 votes)

This week we take a break from our continuing theme of odd debate console-by-console tournaments, and move on to more pressing matters. The Dtoid staff has already picked its 2008 game of the year, and now it's time for you to have your say.

Which game do you think is the best game of 2008, and why? Give it some serious thought, get some of your friends to share their opinions as well, and check back next week for the winner. Then we'll move on to the Xbox brackets of odd debates.

P.S. You can only vote for ONE game. Voting for more than one game will disqualify all of your votes.


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