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 Written by John Scalzo  on December 15, 2008

News: All bow before the might of Grand Theft Auto IV.



The 2008 Spike TV Video Game Awards were held last night and the winners have been announced. Of course, there will be arguments over whether these were the right choices or not, but I'd say Spike TV did a pretty good job.

Here's the full list of winners:

Game of the Year: Grand Theft Auto IV
Best Xbox 360 Game: Gears of War 2
Best PS3 Game: LittleBigPlanet
Best PC Game: Left 4 Dead
Best Wii Game: Boom Blox
Best Handheld Game: Professor Layton and the Curious Village

Best Individual Sports Game: Shaun White Snowboarding
Best Fighting Game: Soul Calibur IV
Best RPG: Fallout 3
Best Shooter: Gears of War 2
Best Team Sports Game: NHL 09
Best Action Adventure Game: Grand Theft Auto IV
Best Driving Game: Burnout Paradise
Best Music Game: Rock Band 2
Best Game Based on a Movie or TV Show: Lego Indiana Jones

Studio of the Year: Media Molecule
Best Multi-Player Game: Left 4 Dead
Best Independent Game: World of Goo
Big Name in the Game (Female): Jenny McCarthy (Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3)
Big Name in the Game (Male): Kiefer Sutherland (Call of Duty: World at War)
Best Performance by a Human (Female): Debi Mae West (Metal Gear Solid 4)
Best Performance by a Human (Male): Michael Hollick (Grand Theft Auto IV)
Best Original Score: Metal Gear Solid 4
Best Soundtrack: Rock Band 2
Best Graphics: Metal Gear Solid 4



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