Game Critics Awards – 2010 Winner Fast Facts

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Who doesn’t love stats and facts? I’m a sucker for ’em both.

So you’ve seen this years winners of the E3 2010 Game Critics Awards, and while there were some upsets, a lot of the winners were undoubtedly the best in their category.

But how has everyone stacked up compared to everyone else, as well as previous E3’s? Here are all the winner’s fast facts that gives breakdowns of number of wins as well as publisher breakdowns, platform breakdowns and so on.

Hit the jump for the details.

2010 Winner Fast Facts – Winner Breakdown By # of Wins

Three Wins:

Rage


Two Wins:

Dance Central

Nintendo 3DS

Portal 2

One Win:

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood

Civilization V

God of War: Ghost of Sparta

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

NBA Jam

Need for Speed Hot Pursuit

Rock Band 3

Star Wars: The old Republic

Publisher Breakdown


4 Wins:

Electronic Arts (+1 from 2009; -1 from 2008; -2 from 2007)

   For 2010, EA won 4 out of 15 nominations — 27%

   In 2009, EA won 3 out of 18 nominations — 17%

   In 2008, EA won 5 out of 21 nominations — 24%

   In 2007, EA won 6 out of 14 nominations — 43%

3 Wins:

Bethesda (-1 from 2007, +2 from 2006)

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   For 2010, Bethesda won 3 out of 6 nominations — 50%

   In 2009, Bethesda won 0 out of 0 nominations — 0%

   In 2008, Bethesda won 2 out 3 nominations — 66%

   In 2007, Bethesda won 0 out of 3 nominations — 0%

MTV Games (-1 from 2007, +2 from 2006)

   For 2010, MTV Games won 3 out of 7 nominations — 43%

   In 2009, MTV Games won 0 out of 1 nominations — 0%

   In 2008, MTV Games won 1 out of 3 nominations — 33%

   In 2007, MTV Games won 3 out of 5 nominations — 60%


2 Wins:

Microsoft (+2 from 2008, Same from 2007)

   For 2010, Microsoft won 2 out of 11 nominations — 18%

   In 2009, Microsoft won 1 out of 5 nominations — 20%

   In 2008, Microsoft won 1 out of 7 nominations — 14%

   In 2007, Microsoft won 2 out of 8 nominations — 25%

Nintendo (+2 from 2008, Same from 2007)

   For 2010, Nintendo won 2 out of 5 nominations — 40%

   In 2009, Nintendo won 0 out of 5 nominations — 0%

   In 2008, Nintendo won 0 out of 3 nominations — 0%

   In 2007, Nintendo won 1 out of 8 nominations — 13%

Valve (+2 from 2008, Same from 2007)

   For 2010, Valve won 2 out of 4 nominations — 50%

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   In 2009, Valve won 1 out of 3 nominations — 33%

   In 2008, Valve won 1 out of 4 nominations — 25%

   In 2007, Valve won 0 out of 0 nominations — 0%

1 Win:

2K Games

Capcom

LucasArts

Sony Computer Entertainment

Ubisoft

Platform Breakdown By # Of Wins

(Notes: Multiplatform games are counted in all appropriate platform tallies. Information based on announced platforms for each game as of 7/5/10)

Xbox 360: 10

   (+2 from 2009, +1 from 2008; -1 from 2007)

PlayStation 3: 9

   (+2 from 2009; +2 from 2008; +1 from 2007)

PC: 9

   (+3 from 2009; +2 from 2008; +4 from 2007)

Wii: 3

(+ 1 from 2009; +2 from 2008; +2 from 2007)

DS: 2

   (Same as 2009; +2 from 2008)

PSP: 1

   (+1 from 2009; -1 from 2008)

Last Updated: July 7, 2010

Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since '08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

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