The 35th Golden Joystick Awards Have Concluded

The 35th Golden Joystick Awards Have Concluded

The results are unsurprising, but well deserved.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Nov 17, 2017 @ 07:05 PM (Staff Bios)
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The 35th Golden Joystick Awards have finally concluded. This publicly voted award ceremony from the UK is a great representation of what the people think deserves praise, instead of large organizations.

Though who won the Ultimate Game of the Year Award? None other than The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! This open world Zelda game blew everyone's expectations away with their new approach to a classic series.

There's more than one award given, however. Here's a list of all the other award-winning games (and what they won).

Games:

Horizon Zero Dawn
2nd place Ultimate Game of the Year
Best Story
Best Gaming Performance (Ashly Burch)
PlayStation Game of the Year

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
1st place Ultimate Game of the Year
Best Audio
Nintendo Game of the Year
Critics Choice

Cuphead
Best Visual Design
Xbox Game of the Year

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
Best Multiplayer Game
PC Game of the Year

Friday the 13th: The Game
Best Indie Game

Persona 5
3rd place Ultimate Game of the Year

Resident Evil 7
Best VR Game

Overwatch
eSports Game of the Year

Pokémon Sun and Moon
Handheld/Mobile Game of the Year

Final Fantasy
Hall of Fame Award

The Last of Us Part II
Most Wanted

World of Tanks
Still Playing

People:

Nintendo EPD
Studio of the Year

Ashly Burch
Breakthrough Award

Agilities from Los Angeles Valiant
eSports Play of the Year

Lunatic-Hai
eSports Team of the Year

Markiplier
Best Streamer/Broadcaster

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