GTA V Wins Big at European Game Awards

April 10, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Rockstar Games' open-world action game Grand Theft Auto V was the biggest winner at this year's European Game Awards. The latest game in the GTA series picked up awards for Best Sound, Best Action Game, and Best Game. Ubisoft was named Best Publisher, while Goodgame Studios won awards for Best Studio and Best Browser game for Empire: Four Kingdoms. Other notable winners included World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition, Beyond: Two Souls and Battlefield 4 - which was honored for Best Art Direction and Best Multiplayer Game.

A full list of this year's winners can be found below:

Best European Action Game - Grand Theft Auto V
Best Art Direction - Battlefield 4
Best European Publisher - Ubisoft
Best European Adventure Game - Beyond: Two Souls
Best European Sound - Grand Theft Auto V
Best European Studio - Goodgame Studios
Best European Strategy Game - Total War: Rome 2
Best Game Design - Crysis 3
Personality Award - Victor Kislyi (Wargaming)
Best European Mobile Game - Empire: Four Kingdoms
Best European Console Game - World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition
Best European Browser Game - Goodgame Empire
Best European Multiplayer Game - Battlefield 4
Best European Indie Game - Reus
Best European Game - Grand Theft Auto V

Source: GII


Comments

Re: GTA V Wins Big at European Game Awards

So these awards are just for European games? Interesting how Japan and Europe have awards for just their own while the States celebrates games worldwide.

XBL/PSN Keegs79

Re: GTA V Wins Big at European Game Awards

There are a bunch of games on the "For Everything But Wii U" list that I'd really like to play.

This is one of them.

 

Andrew Eisen

Re: GTA V Wins Big at European Game Awards

We on the PC feel your pain.

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Papa Midnight

Re: GTA V Wins Big at European Game Awards

Heh, I've played and beaten it, it's definitely the best yet ,though that can be said of each one, thugh some do say San Andreas was the best.

 
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