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#151 Posted by DarthOrange (4140 posts) -

Twisted Metal

  • Best use of FMV.  
  • Best Local Multiplayer  
  • Best Soundtrack
 This game has shown that FMV, when done well can still be a hoot. The entire campaign is acted out with people in costumes with a story that takes itself so seriously you can't help but grin.
 This game has also shown that split screen is not dead and that getting together with buddies is more fun then online gaming can ever hope to be. Big maps, plenty of cars and all the options in the world to mess around in these gigantic levels. 
The soundtrack is a combination of licensed songs and original tracks, and honestly sounds like it was just David Jaffe dragged an iTunes playlist of his into the game. 

Mortal Kombat (PS Vita) 

  • Best "Anytime" Game 
This is a game that you can play no matter how much time you have. Only have a few moments while waiting for you friend to finish taking a dump? Play a level or two of the Challenge Tower! Going on a long flight? Dive into the Story Mode! Then there is the arcade mode which is also good for just about anytime, as well as the online mode if you are near WiFi. 
#152 Posted by AlexanderSheen (5150 posts) -

Best Character/Villain: Far Cry 3 - Vaas

That guy is intense! The writing, the animation, the voice acting, just about everything makes him one of the most well realized villains in years.

#153 Posted by crcruz3 (316 posts) -

I know this may sound crazy but I think Spelunky is almost perfect and GOTY 2012.

#154 Posted by Godzilla_Sushi (1150 posts) -
#155 Posted by heavynickel (4 posts) -

Assassin's Creed III Liberation - Best Music. The AC3L soundtrack already won a Hollywood Music in Media Award, and it's nominated for IGN, GameZone and G4TV X-Play awards.