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The Game Awards 2017: Here’s A List Of All The Winners

It has been a busy night, but this year’s Game Awards have come to an end. A lot of awards were given away and a lot of games were announced. Nintendo was just one of many that were able to take home an award, with Hellblade and Cuphead also taking home multiple awards. That said, if you missed any winners, we have a list of everyone that won down below.

  • Best Music Score: Nier Automata
  • Trending Gamer: Dr. Disrespect
  • Best Narrative: What Remains of Eidth Finch
  • Best Handheld Game: Metroid: Samus Returns
  • Best Action Game: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
  • Best Art Direction: Cuphead
  • Industry Icon Award: Carol Shaw
  • Best Debut Game: Cuphead
  • Best Ongoing Game: Overwatch
  • Best eSports Game: Overwatch
  • Best eSports Player: Lee sang-hyeok “Faker”
  • Best eSports Team: Cloud9
  • Most Anticipated Game: The Last of Us Part II
  • Best RPG: Persona 5
  • Best Family Game: Super Mario Odyssey
  • Best Strategy Game: Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle
  • Best Chinese Game: jx3 HD
  • Best VR Game: Resident Evil 7
  • Best Student Game: Level Squared
  • Games for Impact: Hellblade
  • Best Audio Design: Hellblade
  • Best Performance: Melina Juergens (Hellblade)
  • Best Game Direction: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Best Action/Adventure: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  • Game of the Year: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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23 comments

  1. Directly from the abyss, Nintendo threw 2 of the most critical acclaimed titles in the year, one of which was selected game of the Year, launched a successful hybrid machine and showed just a taste of the others games they are working on. Good year for them, but more importantly, good year for us. Great experiences for the Switch Users. GO NINTY.

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    1. It’s funny because really when looking at many of the AAA third party publishers it’s been a garbage year, with failure after failure, loot box infested game after loot box infested game. But does it really matter? When Nintendo are *so* on form, when indies step in to fill the genre gaps, when some of the second-tier (in terms of budget) developers such as Platinum are also making fantastic games, what does it matter if EA and Activision are garbage? They may be the face of gaming to many of the general public, but there’s so much choice without them, their patheticness is totally irrelevant to me.

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    1. I didn’t make the list, hence the source at the bottom.

      Coincidentally, I had already fixed the error moments before you commented anyway. lol

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  2. Aonuma’s interpreter say something about more surprises in the future. Maybe we will have an announcement of a new Zelda game soon ❓

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  3. Nintendo had a really great year this year and the game awards show that. Think about it…Mario, Zelda, and Metroid all won awards. Not too mention, Zelda took home the game of the year award which is huge. That is awesome!

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  4. Damn. NieR: Automata only won 1 of the 3 awards it was a nominee for. But I am glad that that one was the music score, though, as that’s the award it deserved the most as the music in the game is fucking fantastic.

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      1. ||Too bad you missed the unveiling of the Switch and the inauguration of The First Order of Nintendo…||

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      2. Actually, I didn’t. I was watching the Switch carefully and after the unveiling won me over, I cautiously took a dive.

        Also, “The First Order of Nintendo”? Someone has been watching The Force Awakens. XD

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