The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) has hosted its first ever Global Game Industry Awards. Supergiant Games’ indie hit Hades became a big winner, taking home 9 accolades.
The list of awards that Hades received includes Best 2D Animation, 2D Character Design, UI Art, Voice Acting, Systems Design, UI/UX, Dialogue, Narrative Design, and Representation.
Ghost of Tsushima took home four awards, including Sound Design and World Building. Half-Life: Alyx and The Last of Us Part II each won three accolades. Valve’s VR title was praised for Level Design, Achievements in New Technology, and Gameplay Technology. Naughty Dog’s game took home accolades for 3D Animation, Cinematography, and Story.
IGDA gave out 39 awards in total in categories like Art, Audio, Design, Engineering and Technology, Support, Writing and Narrative, and Miscellaneous.
The full list of winners can be found here.
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