Tag Archives: winners
Mon, Dec 15, 2008 | 08:21 GMT
Spike’s Videogame Awards just took place in the US, the winners now taking their place in gaming history.
And here they are. Thanks, Evil Avatar.
- Best Independent Game: World of Goo (2D Boy)
- Studio of the Year: Media Molecule (LittleBigPlanet)
- Game of the Year: Grand Theft Auto IV (Rockstar Games)
- Best Team Sports Game: NHL 09 (EA Canada)
- Big Name in the Game Female: Jenny McCarthy (C&C: Red Alert 3)
- Big Name in the Game Male: Kiefer Sutherland (CoD: World at War)
- Best Performance by a Human Female: Debbie Mae West (MGS4)
- Best Performance by a Human Male: Michael Hollick (GTA IV)
- Best Multi-Player Game: Left 4 Dead (Valve)
- Best Original Score: Metal Gear Solid 4 (Kojima Productions)
- Best PC Game: Left 4 Dead (Valve)
- Best PS3 Game: LittleBigPlanet (Media Molecule)
- Best Wii Game: Boom Blox (EA Casual Studios)
- Best Xbox 360 Game: Gears of War 2 (Epic Games)
- Best Soundtrack: Rock Band 2 (Harmonix)
- Best Action Adventure Game: Grand Theft Auto IV (Rockstar Games)
- Best Driving Game: Burnout Paradise (Criterion)
- Best Music Game: Rock Band 2 (Harmonix)
- Best Game Based on a Movie or TV Show: LEGO Indiana Jones (Traveller’s Tales)
- Best Graphics: Metal Gear Solid 4 (Kojima Productions)
- Best Handheld Game: Professor Layton and the Curios Village (Level 5)
- Best Individual Sports Game: Shaun White Snowboarding (Ubisoft Montreal)
- Best Fighting Game: Soul Calibur IV (Project Soul)
- Best RPG: Fallout 3 (Bethesda Game Studios)
- Best Shooter: Gears of War 2 (Epic Games)
Mon, Jul 21, 2008 | 07:55 BST
It’s over bar the shouting. E3 2008 is done. Yesterday we took you through the highs and lows of the annual dick-waving contest that is the E3 press conference spectacle, but what about the games and services? Which products are going to be headlining over the Christmas period, and which are destined for the bargain bin? Hit the link for the biggest hitters, the sorest losers, the teeth-quaking megatons and the borked announces that made up E3 2008. See if you can pick the biggest winner and worst loser before you do.
Fri, Jul 18, 2008 | 07:50 BST
The results are in. After an insane few days of news coverage and announcements, the flood’s dried to a trickle. E3 2008 may well have been a pivotal year for the show, with some massive highs and tragic lows permeating the platform holder conferences, and an explosion of behind-the-scenes gossip left in the wake. Hit the link for VG247′s round-up of which console manufacturers got high scores, and which binned all lives on the first level.