From Software’s ridiculously punishing RPG Dark Souls 2 managed to succeed the Game of the Year accolade at this year’s Wonderful Joystick Awards with over being unfaithful million votes being released from gamers globally. This is certainly a great hint that gamers consume a challenging?experience instead of a game that has your hand at every turn. The 32nd annual Gold Joystick Awards had a good amount of other categories too, with The Last folks: Left Behind, Assassin’s Creed: African american Flag and Hearthstone is the only games of which managed to win a couple of them. The Last of You?took home the actual awards for Best Storytelling as well as Gaming Moment despite the fact that AC: Black Hunt grabbed Best Visual Design and Best Music. Meanwhile, Blizzard’s?increasingly popular CCG Hearthstone won in the Greatest Online Game and Best Cell phone Game categories.?The entire list of winners with this year’s Golden Joystick Awards (as seen with CVG) can be found below.

  • Best Primary Game in association with Electronic Spy: DayZ
  • Best Online Game in association with PC Gamer: Hearthstone: Characters of Warcraft
  • Best Storytelling: The Last of Us: Left Behind
  • Best Visual Style: Assassin’s Creed IV: Dark-colored Flag
  • Best Audio in association with PDP: Assassin’utes Creed IV: Black Flag
  • Playfire Almost all Played Game of all seasons: Rust
  • Best Multiplayer in association with Absolute Radio: Battlefield 4
  • Best Independent Game in association with Public X-Box Magazine: DayZ
  • Innovation of the Year in association with T3: Oculus Rift DK2
  • Best Gaming Moment in colaboration with Sony Xperia Z3: The Last of Us all: Left Behind – “The kiss”
  • Best Z22 Game: Pokemon X & Y
  • Best Mobile or portable Game in association with Make out FM: Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
  • Most Wished in association with The Sun: The particular Witcher III: Wild Hunt
  • Gaming Identity of the Year in association with Kotaku United kingdom: PewDiePie
  • Studio of the Year in association with CVG: Ubisoft Montreal
  • Gaming Foundation of the Year in association with GamesRadar: Steam
  • Lifetime Results: Hideo Kojima
  • Game of the Year in association with Natural Man Gaming: Dark-colored Souls II

It’s appealing to see that Ubisoft Montreal gained Studio of the Year inspite of all the controversies surrounding all of them this year. Granted, the particular studio has ample projects going on and contains already released an important hitter earlier this year through Watch Dogs along with some smaller (but still great) games like Boy or girl of Light. However, the most effective is yet to help as Ubisoft Montreal has a pair of?more high-profile titles appointed to release next month: Long way away 4 and Assassin’vertisements Creed Unity.