The Last of Us wins GameSpot's People's Choice game of the year
The PlayStation 3-exclusive trounces the competition in GameSpot users' voting for overall game of the year, easily beating out GTA 5 and BioShock: Infinite.
While the GameSpot editors' GOTY voting was an excruciatingly close race that involved extended debate, discussion, and argument, it looks like the People's Choice awards were no contest.
The Last of Us wins the GameSpot People's Choice game of the year award with an overwhelming 27% of the vote.
GameSpot's own overall game of the year ended up going to The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. The Last of Us won the PlayStation 3 game of the year, and BioShock Infinite was nominated for (but did not win) the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC game of the year.
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