These are the winners of the Gamescom Awards!

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The nominees for the official 2014 Gamescom Awards were announced well before Gamescom itself kicked off. For games to have been nominated, the publishers had to have paid a nominal fee – which makes them all a little suspect. In the end the winners were decided upon by a group of judges. Here’s who they selected as winners of Gamescom.

  • Best of Gamescom Award
    Evolve (Take-Two Interactive GmbH/2K)
  • Most Wanted Consumer Award:
    Super Smash Bros. (Nintendo of Europe GmbH)
  • Best Console Game Sony PlayStation 4:
    The Evil Within (Bethesda Softworks/ZeniMax Germany GmbH)
  • Best Console Game Microsoft Xbox One:
    Evolve (Take-Two Interactive GmbH/2K)
  • Best Console Game Nintendo Wii U:
    Splatoon (Nintendo of Europe GmbH)
  • Best Role Playing Game:
    Risen 3 (Deep Silver / Koch Media GmbH)
  • Best Action Game:
    Evolve (Take-Two Interactive GmbH/2K)
  • Best Simulation Game:
    Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (Square Enix GmbH)
  • Best Sports Game:
    PES 2015 (Konami Digital Entertainment B.V.)
  • Best Family Game:
    LittleBigPlanet 3 (Sony Computer Entertainment Deutschland GmbH)
  • Best PC Game:
    Evolve (Take-Two Interactive GmbH/2K)
  • Best Mobile Game:
    Super Smash Bros. für 3DS (Nintendo of Europe GmbH)
  • Best Social / Casual / Online Game:
    LittleBigPlanet 3 (Sony Computer Entertainment Deutschland GmbH)
  • Best Online Multiplayer Game:
    Evolve (Take-Two Interactive GmbH/2K)
  • Best Hardware
    Oculus Rift DK2 (Oculus VR)

It’s interesting to see that this year’s Pro Evo Soccer has beaten out this year’s FIFA, but there are a few reasons for that. Firstly, EA didn’t pay for any of its games to be nominated, plus the games up for nomination would have had to have never been shown in a public space in the German market before.

It’s likely also why Risen 3 won over Dragon Age 3, or The Witcher 3 as the best role playing game – though the Germans do love their German-made RPGs.  The only award decided upon by consumers was the most wanted, an award that Super Smash Bros for the Wii U walked away with.

The game that won best of E3’s everything, Evolve, once again made a sweep of the awards, grabbing, best PC Game, best multiplayer and the overall game of show.

Look out for our own awards later this week.

Last Updated: August 18, 2014

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