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Published on December 8th, 2012 | by Cryss

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VGA: Spike Video Game Award Winners

It was certainly a hectic night at Spike TV’s Vide Game Awards, Samuel L Jackson hosted the awards, with cameo appearances in numerous video games. Trailers premiered for eagerly anticipated titles, 2 new games were announced and Jessica Alba even put Super Mario Bros and Dark Souls on equal planes of difficulty. Certain awards were glossed over to pave way for the Jack Reacher trailer, making it was easy to miss an award or two, so check out the comprehensive list below.
  • Studio of the Year: Telltale Games
  • Best XBOX 360 Game: Halo 4 – 343 Industries
  • Best PS3 Game: Journey – thatgamecompany
  • Best Wii / Wii-U Game: New Super Mario Bros. U – Nintendo
  • Best PC Game: XCOM: Enemy Unknown – 2K Games
  • Best Handheld / Mobile Game: Sound Shapes – Queasy Games
  • Best Shooter: Borderlands 2 – Gearbox Software
  • Best Action Adventure Game: Dishonored – Bethesda
  • Best RPG: Mass Effect 3 – BioWare
  • Best Multi-Player Game: Borderlands 2 – Gearbox Software
  • Best Individual Sports Game: SSX – EA Canada
  • Best Team Sports Game: NBA 2K13 – Visual Concepts
  • Best Driving Game: Need For Speed Most Wanted – Criterion Games
  • Best Fighting Game: Persona 4 Arena – ARC System Works/Atlus
  • Best Adapted Video Game: The Walking Dead: The Game – Telltale Games
  • Best Independent Game: Journey – thatgamecompany
  • Best Graphics: Halo 4 – 343 Industries
  • Best Song in a Game: “Cities” by Beck (Sound Shapes)
  • Best Original Score: Journey -thatgamecompany
  • Best Performance By a Human Male: Dameon Clarke as Handsome Jack (Borderlands 2)
  • Best Performance By a Human Female: Melissa Hutchison as Clementine (The Walking Dead: The Game)
  • Best Downloadable Game: The Walking Dead: The Game – Telltale Games
  • Best Social Game: You Don’t Know Jack – Jellyvision Games
  • Best DLC: Dawnguard: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Bethesda
  • Most Anticipated Game: Grand Theft Auto V – Rockstar Games
  • Character of the Year: Claptrap (Borderlands 2)
  • Game of the Decade: Half Life 2 (Valve)
Last, but certainly not least is the coveted Game Of The Year award. The competition was tough, but The Walking Dead: The Game takes the award, contrary to Michael Pachter’s prediction at the beginning of the show. Were you happy with the results of this year’s Video Game Awards, how about the show itself? If you joined us watching the live stream, I’d love to hear your opinion in the comments section below.

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