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Dtoid's PAX Prime 2013 community choice award winner!

Sep 08 // mrandydixon    @mrandydixon

Your favorite game of PAX

Last week, we asked you to pick your favorite game of PAX Prime 2013. Today, the results are in!

I wish I could say it was a close call, but the rest of the games on the show floor apparently decided to phone it in compared to...

Hotline Miami 2 impressed the hell out of our reporters on the show floor for being more of that same brand of beautiful strangeness set forth by its predecessor, and apparently it had the same effect on the rest of you as well, as it garnered over 20% of your total votes! I watched Dtoid's Spencer Hayes as he played it, and at one point he turned around to Hamza and me and said, "It's Hotline Miami 2." You should have seen the grin on his face.

Congratulations to Dennaton Games, Digital Devolver, and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, the winner of Destructoid's PAX Prime 2013 Community Choice Award!

Here are your top 10 results, ordered by votes received:

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number
Infamous: Second Son
Pokemon X and Y
Bayonetta 2
Total War: Rome II
Transistor
XCOM: Enemy Within
Airmech
Battlefield 4
Killzone: Shadow Fall

Thanks to everyone who voted in our poll!


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