#Decade Winners 2010-2019

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#Witcher3–NAVGTR CORP. – The National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers, a 501(c)(3) non-profit media organization of 978 media voters and 11,700 subscribers, has announced the winner results in all 60 categories for its second Games of the Decade (2010-2019) program honoring video game art, design, sound, and engineering.

The winner of Game of the Decade is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The game beat fellow nominees God of War, Minecraft, Red Dead Redemption, and The Last of Us.

New intellectual properties accounted for the majority (53.3%, or 32 of 60) of all winners, up 6.8 points from 46.5% in the previous decade. Newer games dominated the winners as well, as only a quarter of the wins (25%, or 15 of 60) went to older games from the first half of the decade.

The games with the most wins for best of the decade in their respective categories are:

06 Cuphead

05 The Last of Us

04 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

03 Super Mario Odyssey

03 Death Stranding

03 Alien: Isolation

02 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

02 Persona 5

02 Marvel’s Spider-Man

02 Borderlands 2

The complete story is available at https://navgtr.org/games-of-the-decade-2010-2019-winners/

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Certificates, trophies, and the complete list of winners are available from the academy website.


NAVGTR Corp.(TM) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation devoted to promoting and recognizing game developers.

The general voting body of trade reviewers, journalists, analysts, YouTubers, Twitch streamers, content creators, and writers includes current and former contributors for Bitmob, CBS Interactive, Destructoid, EGM Now, Game Informer, Game Trailers, GamesIndustry.biz, Gamespot, Gamezone, IGN, Kotaku, Machinima, Mashable, Massively, MSNBC, Polygon, Retroware, The Koalition, Ten Ton Hammer, and Venture Beat.

Additional varied outlets include Austin American-Statesman, Break, Chicago Sun-Times, CNN, Futurenet, GamesRadar, Gaming Illustrated, Geek, Los Angeles Times, MMO PRG, Moody’s, NBC, New Gamer Nation, New York Times, Nintendo World Report, The Ottawa Citizen, PC Gamer, San Jose Mercury-News, Terminal Gamer, USA Today, The Vancouver Sun, Wired News, and hundreds more.

The academy website is navgtr.org


Thomas Allen

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