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THE BUZZ: Sony has announced that the PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards 2012 will kick off tomorrow, with PS3 owners being given a chance to get the winning games at a special discount.

EGM’s TAKE: Just like last year, Sony is giving PS3 owners everywhere a chance to vote for their favorite PS3, PSN, PSP, and PS1 games from 2011. Starting tomorrow, you’ll be able to vote by going to the PlayStation Store, where each vote you cast will get you a free Gamers’ Choice Awards XBM theme.

Then, on March 6th, the winning choices will be revealed, and for one week, each of the winning games will be offered for sale for 30% off (or 50% off for PS+ subscribers). Now, of course, there’s one little problem with this idea: If I know the winning game will be offered for sale, wouldn’t I vote for the games I don’t have but want to buy, and not for the games I already own and liked the best? Hmm.

Also I can’t say I’m too happy with the list of PSP choices. All three of the games are from Square Enix—and one of them is essentially a demo.

Anyhow, here’s your list of nominations. Let us know in the comments what you’ll be voting for—and if you’ll actually vote for your favorite games, or the games you want to buy the most.

Best PSN Exclusive

  • inFAMOUS Festival of Blood (PS3)
  • PixelJunk Shooter 2 (PS3)
  • TETRIS (PS3)

 

Best PSN Game

  • inFAMOUS Festival of Blood (PS3)
  • Plants vs. Zombies (PS3)
  • Resident Evil 4 (PS3)

 

Best PSN Game Playable Online

  • Hard Corps: Uprising (PS3)
  • Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition (PS3)
  • TETRIS (PS3)

 

Best PS3 Full Game

  • Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (PS3)
  • Assassin’s Creed II: Deluxe Edition (PS3)
  • Midnight Club LA Complete Edition (PS3)

 

Best PlayStation Move Game

  • 4Elements HD (PS3)
  • Dungeon Defenders (PS3)
  • Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS3)

 

Best 3D Game

  • Dungeon Defenders (PS3)
  • God of War: Origins Collection (PS3)
  • The Sly Collection (PS3)

 

Best PSone Classic

  • Chrono Trigger (PS3/PSP)
  • Parasite Eve (PS3/PSP)
  • Xenogears (PS3/PSP)

 

Best Mini Game

  • Angry Birds (PS3/PSP)
  • The Impossible Game (PS3/PSP)
  • PAC-MAN Championship Edition (PS3/PSP)

 

Best PSP Game

  • DISSIDIA 012 [duodecim] FINAL FANTASY (PSP)
  • DISSIDIA 012 Prologus FINAL FANTASY (PSP)
  • TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together (PSP)

 

PlayStation Community Award – Best Indie

  • Dungeon Defenders (PS3)
  • LIMBO (PS3)
  • PixelJunk Shooter 2 (PS3)

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Sony Announces Gamers’ Choice Awards 2012

Sony has announced that the PSN Gamers' Choice Awards 2012 will kick off tomorrow, with PS3 owners being given a chance to get the winning games at a special discount.

By Eric Patterson | 02/27/2012 04:38 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: Sony has announced that the PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards 2012 will kick off tomorrow, with PS3 owners being given a chance to get the winning games at a special discount.

EGM’s TAKE: Just like last year, Sony is giving PS3 owners everywhere a chance to vote for their favorite PS3, PSN, PSP, and PS1 games from 2011. Starting tomorrow, you’ll be able to vote by going to the PlayStation Store, where each vote you cast will get you a free Gamers’ Choice Awards XBM theme.

Then, on March 6th, the winning choices will be revealed, and for one week, each of the winning games will be offered for sale for 30% off (or 50% off for PS+ subscribers). Now, of course, there’s one little problem with this idea: If I know the winning game will be offered for sale, wouldn’t I vote for the games I don’t have but want to buy, and not for the games I already own and liked the best? Hmm.

Also I can’t say I’m too happy with the list of PSP choices. All three of the games are from Square Enix—and one of them is essentially a demo.

Anyhow, here’s your list of nominations. Let us know in the comments what you’ll be voting for—and if you’ll actually vote for your favorite games, or the games you want to buy the most.

Best PSN Exclusive

  • inFAMOUS Festival of Blood (PS3)
  • PixelJunk Shooter 2 (PS3)
  • TETRIS (PS3)

 

Best PSN Game

  • inFAMOUS Festival of Blood (PS3)
  • Plants vs. Zombies (PS3)
  • Resident Evil 4 (PS3)

 

Best PSN Game Playable Online

  • Hard Corps: Uprising (PS3)
  • Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition (PS3)
  • TETRIS (PS3)

 

Best PS3 Full Game

  • Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (PS3)
  • Assassin’s Creed II: Deluxe Edition (PS3)
  • Midnight Club LA Complete Edition (PS3)

 

Best PlayStation Move Game

  • 4Elements HD (PS3)
  • Dungeon Defenders (PS3)
  • Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS3)

 

Best 3D Game

  • Dungeon Defenders (PS3)
  • God of War: Origins Collection (PS3)
  • The Sly Collection (PS3)

 

Best PSone Classic

  • Chrono Trigger (PS3/PSP)
  • Parasite Eve (PS3/PSP)
  • Xenogears (PS3/PSP)

 

Best Mini Game

  • Angry Birds (PS3/PSP)
  • The Impossible Game (PS3/PSP)
  • PAC-MAN Championship Edition (PS3/PSP)

 

Best PSP Game

  • DISSIDIA 012 [duodecim] FINAL FANTASY (PSP)
  • DISSIDIA 012 Prologus FINAL FANTASY (PSP)
  • TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together (PSP)

 

PlayStation Community Award – Best Indie

  • Dungeon Defenders (PS3)
  • LIMBO (PS3)
  • PixelJunk Shooter 2 (PS3)
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About Eric Patterson

view all posts

Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.