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Here's our choices for the best multiplayer games/mods of 2008 that had a little something extra to break away from the mold.
Posted by stenchy on Feb 20th, 2009
One of the best things about ModDB for me has always been shuffling through the site archives to see what surprises I can dig up. Now that I actually work here, I keep closer tabs on all the content that filters through the entire site. There's a lot of good mod ideas that go into development but never come to fruition. When something unique actually gets released, it should be a cause for celebration. The mods/indie games chosen for this category demonstrated the most exclusive gameplay experiences for us in 2008. All of the nominees listed here brought something to the table in order to separate themselves from the rest of the pack.
Company of Heroes/Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas