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Austin-based NCsoft's City of Heroes – already named "PC or Console Game of the Year" by Billboard Magazine – won Best Massively Multi-Player Game at Tuesday's Spike TV Video Game Awards, hosted by Snoop Dogg. The groundbreaking game, recently released in a collector's DVD edition ($49.99), was also nominated for Most Addictive.

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