Golden Joysticks 2013: Full list of winners
Grand Theft Auto V and The Last of Us were the biggest winners at the 31st Annual Golden Joystick Awards, which took place in London on Friday.
The most successful studio of the night was Naughty Dog, which itself was voted Studio of the Year in addition to winning Best Newcomer and Best Storytelling awards for PS3 exclusive The Last of Us.
CD Projekt RED's The Witcher 3, the third and final chapter in Geralt of Rivia's saga, was voted ahead of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 to win the Most Wanted award.
Klei Entertainment, developer of 2D action series Shank, as well cult adventure game Don't Starve, walked away with the Best Indie Game for Mark of the Ninja.
Other highlights include Oculus Rift being voted Innovation of the Year and Valve's Steam service being named Platform of the Year. Activision's Call of Duty was also inducted into the Hall of Fame.
The full list of categories and winners follows:
Best Newcomer The Last of Us
Most Wanted in association with Playfire Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Best Indie Game Mark of the Ninja
Best Visual Design BioShock Infinite
Best Multiplayer Payday 2
Best Gaming Moment in association with Absolute Radio Far Cry 3 - The Definition of Insanity
Studio of the Year in association with MPG Universal Naughty Dog
Innovation of the Year in association with T3 Oculus Rift
Best Storytelling The Last of Us
Best Online Game World of Tanks
Best Handheld Game Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation
YouTube Gamer Award in association with YouTube Yogscast
Best Gaming Platform in association with Digital Spy Steam
Best Mobile/Tablet Game of the Year XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Game of the Year Grand Theft Auto V
Hall of Fame Activison: Call of Duty
Lifetime Achievement Ken Levine