Check out the List of Winners from VGAs 2012

Check out the List of Winners from VGAs 2012Spike TVs tenth annual Video Game Awards has wrapped up and we’ve got the full run down on all of the winners, in the order they were announced on the Spike TV/web broadcast. Every award winner was not announced on the broadcast itself.

If you’re not living in North America and found it difficult to stay up ’till the wee hours, you can look at all of the award recipients, below. After you’ve done that, you can watch all of the trailers that were aired at the awards show.

Best Performance by a Human Male

Dameon Clarke as Handsome Jack (Borderlands 2)

Best Performance by a Human Female

Melissa Hutchison as Clemintine (The Walking Dead)

Best Original Score

Austin Wintory (Journey)

Best Graphics

Halo 4

Best Xbox 360 Game

Halo 4

Best Shooter

Borderlands 2

Best Multiplayer

Borderlands 2

Best DLC

Dawnguard (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)

Best RPG

Mass Effect 3

Best Action Adventure Game

Dishonored

Best Independent Game

Journey

Best PS3 Game

Journey

Character of the Year

Claptrap (Borderlands 2)

Game of the Decade

Half-Life 2

Best Adapted Video Game

The Walking Dead

Best Downloadable Game

The Walking Dead

Studio of the Year

Telltale Games

Game of the Year

The Walking Dead

[Not announced during the broadcast]

Best Individual Sports Game

SSX

Best Song in a Game

Cities by Beck (Sound Shapes)

Best Fighting Game

Persona 4 Arena

Best Social Game

You Don’t Know Jack

Most Anticipated Game

Grand Theft Auto V

Best PC Game

XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Best Wii/Wii U Game

Super Mario Bros. U

Best Team Sports Game

NBA 2K13

And that’s it for another year. Are you happy with the winners? Let us know in the comments section, below.


  • http://twitter.com/Jedi_Beats_Tank Mick Fraser

    Good to see so much love for Telltale Games and Borderlands 2, but Dawnguard as best DLC? Really? Not sure I agree with that having played all the Skyrim and Borderlands 2 add-ons. But not a bad list.

    Ooh, and Dishonored and XCOM got shouts – both in my top 5 this year.