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Steve Farrelly
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The final votes are in and have been tallied to reveal a list of games not all will agree with, but deserve the spotlight nonetheless. The biggest winner here across multiple categories? Anthem and Marvel's Spider-Man for PlayStation 4.

Both games won in two categories each, which is a bit unique as often big games tend to win across more than that, but this likely speaks to the diversity of gaming options on show at this year's E3. Next year is going to be baller with Cyberpunk 2077, Beyond Good and Evil 2, Dying Light 2 and more leading the *likely* playable charge.



Here are the official winners by category:
    Best of Show
    Resident Evil 2
    (Capcom for PC, PS4, Xbox One)


    Best Original Game
    Dreams
    (Media Molecule/SIE for PlayStation 4)


    Best Console
    Marvel’s Spider-Man
    (Insomniac Games/SIE for PlayStation 4)


    Best VR/AR Game
    Tetris Effect
    (Resonair/Enhance Inc for PSVR)


    Best PC Game
    Anthem
    (BioWare/EA for PC, PS4, Xbox One)


    Best Hardware/Peripheral
    Xbox Adaptive Controller
    (Microsoft)


    Best Action Game
    Anthem
    (BioWare/EA for PC, PS4, Xbox One)


    Best Action/Adventure
    Marvel’s Spider-Man
    (Insomniac Games/SIE for PlayStation 4)


    Best RPG
    Kingdom Hearts III
    (Square Enix for PS4, Xbox One)


    Best Fighting Game
    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
    (Bandai Namco Studios/Sorta Ltd./Nintendo for Switch)


    Best Racing Game
    Forza Horizon 4
    (Playground Games/Turn 10/Microsoft Studios for PC, Xbox One)


    Best Sports Game
    FIFA 19
    (EA Vancouver/EA for PS4, Xbox One)


    Best Strategy Game
    Total War: Three Kingdoms
    (Creative Assembly/Sega for PC)


    Best Family/Social Game
    Overcooked 2
    (Ghost Town Games/Team 17 for PS4, Switch, Xbox One)


    Best Online Multiplayer
    Battlefield V
    (EA DICE/EA for PC, PS4, Xbox One)


    Best Independent Game
    Ori and the Will of Wisps
    (Moon Studios/Microsoft for PC, Xbox One)


    Best Ongoing Game
    Fortnite
    (Epic for iOS, Mac, PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One)


    Special Commendations for Graphics
    Cyberpunk 2077
    (CD PROJEKT RED for PC, PS4, Xbox One)

    The Last of Us Part II
    (Naughty Dog/SIE for PlayStation 4)

    Ghost of Tsushima
    (Sucker Punch/SIE for PlayStation 4)


    Special Commendation for Sound
    The Last of Us Part II
    (Naughty Dog/SIE for PlayStation 4)


    Special Commendation for Innovation
    Cyberpunk 2077
    (CD PROJEKT RED for PC, PS4, Xbox One)
What do you think of the winners based on what you've seen of them as a result of their E3 showing?
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