Total War: Shogun 2 has won MMGN.com's community vote for PC exclusive of the year. The game came in first place with 43% of total votes, beating out Minecraft with 39%. Coming in third place was The Binding of Isaac with 6%.
The Witcher 2 says "Hi!". Oh, and Minecraft deserves that title much more.
Shogun was amazing, but honestly you're right, The Witcher 2 is hands down PC game of the year.
Damn u PC geeks are some weird MoFos!!!..
@ ZidaneNL Yeah,kinda surprising when The Witcher 2 is bound to win every 'PC GOTY' award there is.
WTF!!? Sounds to me like the MMGN.com community are a bunch of idiots. I guess they missed that part where the campaign would suddenly throw the game's complex diplomacy model into the garbage after realm divide.
nah. Skyrim or witcher 2 for me (or even portal 2 if it was a little longer)
Minecraft, shogun 2, witcher 2 and even though its multiplat skyrim with mods. Shogun 2 is a very amazing game and I think calling it goty is justified.
WTF haha. Witcher 2 is not even mentioned. fail site.
It's a shame that so many people here seem to have lost the ability to read. The article clearly states PC ***EXCLUSIVE*** of the year. That unfortunately rules out both Skyrim and The Witcher 2. I do agree though that both are much more suitable GOTY candidates in general, but when the vote is for PC exclusives, then that's the way it is. The fact that we are then left with Shogun 2 just shows how few noteworthy PC exclusives we have left. Shogun 2 is good and I've enjoyed it a lot, but it never really made me think that it deserves to be GOTY.
Witcher 2 is still exclusive and is getting delayed an awful lot on 360.
It may be delayed an awful lot, but it can't be considered PC exclusive when it was originally planned to be released this year and they're as far as I know still planning to release it on the 360. Of course, that also means Minecraft is off the list unless the 360 version being worked on is so vastly different from the PC version that it's technically no the same game.
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