Gamefly Announces 2008 Awards

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GameFly, the leading online video game rental service, today announced the winners of their Sixth Annual Q Awards. Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks) won multiple awards, including “Game of the Year” and “Xbox 360 Game of the Year,” as selected by the GameFly community. The 2008 Q Awards mark the sixth consecutive year in which GameFly’s community of tastemakers voiced their opinion and recognized publishers by voting on the best video game titles of the year.

The recipients of the 2008 GameFly Q Awards are:

CATEGORY       WINNER
GAME OF THE YEAR       Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
PS3 GAME OF THE YEAR       Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Konami)
PS2 GAME OF THE YEAR       Kingdom Hearts: Re-Chain of Memories (Square-Enix)
PSP GAME OF THE YEAR       God of War: Chains of Olympus

(Sony Computer Entertainment)

XBOX 360 GAME OF THE YEAR       Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks)
Wii GAME OF THE YEAR       Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo)
NINTENDO DS GAME OF THE YEAR       Final Fantasy IV (Square-Enix)

“2008 was one of the most successful years in the gaming industry with many noteworthy titles. Through the Q Awards, the GameFly community recognized the top games from a diverse group of publishers,” said Sean Spector, co-founder and SVP of business development. “We appreciate and thank our community for participating in the Sixth Annual Q Awards and we look forward to continuing to bring them the most sought after titles.”

The GameFly Q Awards are named for the GameQ, a GameFly subscriber’s video game wish list that members use to manage which games they want to rent and in what order. More than 100,000 votes were submitted from January 19 – February 9, 2009 to choose the winning titles of GameFly’s Sixth Annual Q Awards.

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