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GC LEIPZIG: Expo awards nominees announced

The nominee list has been announced for the Leipzig Games Convention’s ‘Best Of GC Awards’ taking part over the next few days.

The award winners will be announced on Friday morning at 11am in the Leipziger Messe Press Conference room.

The categories and nominees are as follows:

PC:

– Sam & Max Season One (JoWood)

– StarCraft 2 (Vivendi)

– Hellgate: London (EA)

– Die Siedler Aufstieg eines Knigsreichs (Ubisoft)

– Crysis (EA)

– Enemy Territory Quake Wars (Activision)

Xbox 360:

– BioShock (Take 2)

– PES 2008 (Konami)

– Sacred 2: Fallen Angel 360 (Ascaron)

– Eternal Sonata (Atari)

– Kane Lynch: Dead Men (Eidos)

PSP:

– God of War: Chains of Olympus (Sony)

– PES 2008 (Konami)

– Silent Hill Origins (Konami)

PS2:

– PES 2008 (Konami)

– Crash of the Titans (Vivendi)

– Singstar – Die Toten Hosen (Sony)

– BUZZ! – Das Film-Quiz (Sony)

PS3:

– Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (Konami)

– SingStar (Sony)

– Uncharted: Drakes Schicksal (Sony)

– The Eye of Judgment (Sony)

– PES 2008 (Konami)

Wii:

– Wii Fitness (Nintendo)

– Super Mario Galaxy (Nintendo)

– Mario Sonic bei den Olympischen Spielen (Sega)

NDS:

– Eye Training (Nintendo)

– Undercover: Doppeltes Spiel (dtp Entertainment)

– The Simpsons Games (EA)

Mobile:

– Skate (EA)

– Medal of Honor Airborne (EA)

Online:

– Hellgate: London (EA)

– Enemy Territory Quake Wars (Activision)

– Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures (Eidos)

Best Hardware Product:

– Wii Balance Board (Nintendo)

– Rockband (EA)

– PlayStation Eye (Sony)

– BioShock (Take 2)

– PES 2008 (Konami)

– Sacred 2: Fallen Angel 360 (Ascaron)

– Eternal Sonata (Atari)

– Kane Lynch: Dead Men (Eidos)

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