Here Are the 2012 PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards Winners

Infamous: Festival of Blood, Resident Evil 4, or Angry Birds are among the winners

By on March 7th, 2012 20:41 GMT

After a one-week voting session, Sony has revealed the winners of its 2012 PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards, confirming which games got the most votes from users of its PlayStation Network all around the world.

Sony does its best to recognize games that appeared on its PlayStation Network. The Gamers’ Choice Awards not only allows it to award them, but also motivates players to choose their favorites in return for rewards like goodies or discounts.

After last year’s edition, the 2012 PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards returned last week, as Sony unveiled the nominees for each of the ten categories.

Now, after a voting session of a week, both on the actual PlayStation Network and on the PlayStation website, Sony has revealed the winners of the awards.

They include great titles like Infamous: Festival of Blood, the standalone expansion for the already impressive Infamous 2, as well as some interesting choices, like Angry Birds, which earned the best PS mini award.

Check out the full list of winners below.

Best PSN Exclusive: Infamous Festival of Blood (PS3)
Best PSN Game: Resident Evil 4 (PS3)
Best PSN Game Playable Online: Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition (PS3)
Best PS3 Full Game: Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (PS3)
Best PlayStation Move Game: Dungeon Hunter: Alliance (PS3)
Best 3D Game: God of War: Origins Collection (PS3)
Best PlayStation Classic: Chrono Trigger (PS3/PSP)
Best Mini Game: Angry Birds (PS3/PSP)
Best PSP Game: DISSIDIA 012 [duodecim] FINAL FANTASY (PSP)
PlayStation Community Award – Best Indie: LIMBO (PS3)

In case you don’t have any of the aforementioned games, now’s a great chance to pick them up, as Sony slashed their prices by 30 percent for all PSN users. Those who have a premium PlayStation Plus subscription get an even bigger discount of 50%.

The price cuts are available until next week, so make sure to buy these award-winning games until then.

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