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Here are GameInformer's GOTY Winners!

12/12/12 7:02pm

GameInformer has released their December issue, which means that their GOTY winners have been announced. And here they are:

Game of the Year: Mass Effect 3

Best RPG: Mass Effect 3

Best DLC: Mass Effect 3

Best PS3 Exclusive: Journey

Best Villain: Raul Menendez (Call of Duty: Black Ops II)

Best Wii Exclusive: Xenoblade Chronicles

Best Puzzle Game: Fez

Best Mobile Exclusive: 1000000

Best Hero: Lee Everett (The Walking Dead: The Game)

Best MMO: Guild Wars 2

Best Downloadable Game: Mark of the Ninja

Best Fighting Game: Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Best Moment: The Very Model (Mordin's Death, Mass Effect 3)

Best Cooperative Multiplayer: Borderlands 2

Best Sports Game: FIFA 13

Best PC Exclusive: Torchlight II

Best Dork: Mog (Final Fantasy XIII-2)

Best Action Game: Dishonored

Best Strategy Game: XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Best Rhythm/Music Game: Just Dance 4

Best Headline: Marquee Developers Move On (BioWare's Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, Epic Game's Cliff Blezinski)

Best Racing Game: Need For Speed: Most Wanted

Best Handheld Exclusive: Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward

Best Xbox 360 Exclusive: Halo 4

Best Competitive Multiplayer: Halo 4

Best Shooter: Halo 4

Best Success: The Alternative Funding Revolution (Kickstarter, Indiegogo, etc.)

Worst Disappointment: The Creativity Gap (too many sequels)

Best Publisher: Take-Two (XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Max Payne 3, Borderlands 2, NBA 2K13)

Best Developer: Firaxis Games (XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

So, is GameInformer spot on with their decisions, or did they totally miss the mark? Sound off your opinions in the comments below.

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