It took place yesterday in London the ceremony of awarding of the Golden Joystick Awards. Award ceremony that has seen The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild triumphs like "Game of the Year", game of the year. It is therefore Nintendo to take home the coveted trophy, the same Nintendo that was competing with two out of five titles. In addition to Zelda, the “Game of The Year” Super Mario Odyssey, PlayerUnknown's Battleground, Persona 5 and Horizon: Zero Dawn were played. An announced success, also given the objective lack of sensationalism present in this year's lists. The fact that an early access game was among the candidates speaks volumes, regardless of how much you like it or not. Is exactly PUBG to bring home the "Best Multiplayer Game" prize, and that's fine. Cuphead is "Xbox Game of the Year", Overwatch "ESports Game of the Year" while the most anticipated game was the result The Last Of Us Part II. This was perhaps the most fought prize I personally would have undoubtedly assigned to Red Dead Redemption 2.
Remember, anyway, that the prizes were awarded following online voting aimed at all users. Everyone except the "Critics' Choice Award", which reminds us, again this time, that there is often no difference between the "populist" and the luminary critic. If you understand ncazz * nce you understand ncazz *.

As already mentioned, the categories were so many and so many were the winners. Below is the complete list:

  • Best Storytelling: Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Best Visual Design: Cuphead
  • Best Audio: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild
  • Best Gaming Performance: Ashly Burch - Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Best Indie Game: Friday the 13th The Game
  • Best Multiplayer Game: Playerunknown's Battlegrounds
  • Studio of the Year: Nintendo EPD
  • eSports Play of the Year: Agility's five-man Dragonblade at Overwatch Contenders
  • eSports Team of the Year: Seoul Dynasty (formerly Lunatic-Hai)
  • eSports Game of the Year: Overwatch
  • Best Streamer / Broadcaster: Markiplier
  • Handheld / Mobile Game of the Year: Pokémon Sun and Moon
  • Nintendo Game of the Year: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild
  • PlayStation Game of the Year: Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Xbox Game of the Year: Cuphead
  • PC Game of the Year: Player's Wean's Battlegrounds
  • Critics' Choice Award: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild
  • Breakthrough Award: Ashly Burch
  • Hall of Fame Award: Final Fantasy
  • Most Wanted Game: The Last Of Us Part II
  • Still Playing: World of Tanks
  • Outstanding Contribution to the UK Game Industry: Debbie Bestwick
  • Lifetime Achievement: Sid Meier
  • The Ultimate Game of the Year: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild