LOS ANGELES, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- GameFly(TM) (www.gamefly.com), the leading video game rental service, today announced the winners of their 3rd Annual GameFly Q Awards(TM). The Q Awards are subscribers' annual opportunity to vote for their favorite titles of the past year. Fueled by more than 100,000 votes, this year's awards honored sequels to some of the most popular game franchises. Resident Evil 4 won both 'Favorite Game of the Year' and 'Favorite GameCube Game,' while Call of Duty 2, said to be one of the year's best shooters, won the award for 'Favorite Xbox 360 Game.' "At any given point in time, the GameFly subscriber base provides an unfiltered look at what gamers are actively playing," said Sean Spector, co- founder and SVP of business development and content, GameFly. "The annual Q Awards gives our subscribers the power to choose their favorite games, and the winning publishers should be proud that they created a title which our subscribers rented, played and loved." Voting for this year's Q Awards took place in nine different categories, including favorite game of the year, as well as individual console categories. The winners of the 3rd Annual GameFly Q Awards are: Category Game Name Publisher Favorite Game of the Year Resident Evil 4 Capcom Favorite PlayStation(R) 2 Game God of War(TM) Sony Computer Entertainment Favorite Xbox(TM) Game Star Wars Battlefront II(TM) LucasArts Favorite Xbox 360 Game Call of Duty 2 Activision Favorite GameCube Game Resident Evil 4 Capcom Favorite PSP(TM) Game Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories(TM) Take Two Favorite PSP Movie Family Guy(TM) Presents Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story Fox Home Entertainment Favorite Nintendo DS(TM) Game Mario Kart(R) DS Nintendo Favorite Game Boy(TM) Advance Game The Legend of Zelda(R): The Minish Cap Nintendo "We would like to thank the members of GameFly for honoring Call of Duty 2 with its Q Award for 'Favorite Xbox 360 Game' and recognizing the hard work that we put into creating the most cinematically intense and chaotic WWII experience possible," said Grant Collier, president of Infinity Ward, the developer of Call of Duty 2. "We are particularly proud of this award because of the fact that it is one of the only people's choice awards in the industry, voted on by gamers who've put the game through its paces." The GameFly Q Awards are named for the GameQ(TM), a GameFly subscriber's video game wish list that manages which games the subscriber wants to rent and in what order. GameFly is the leading online video game rental service, offering more than 3,500 games for the Xbox 360, Xbox, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS and PSP consoles. Winners of GameFly's 3rd Annual Q Awards were voted on by GameFly subscribers from January 16 - February 9, 2006. About GameFly GameFly(TM) is the leading online video game rental service. With a choice of more than 3,500 titles, GameFly delivers the widest selection and availability of games for the PlayStation(R) 2, Xbox(TM), Xbox 360(TM), GameCube(TM), Game Boy(TM) Advance, Nintendo DS(TM) and PSP(TM) without the hassle of due dates or late fees. With plans starting at $14.95 a month, GameFly subscribers can rent one to four games at a time and keep them for as long as they like. Subscribers manage their GameQ(TM) online and receive games directly from the U.S. Postal Service via first class mail. GameFly is also a great source for high quality, used video games at exceptional prices. For more information and a free trial, please visit www.gamefly.com. NOTE: GameFly and Ready to Play are trademarks of GameFly, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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