Red Dead Redemption cleans up at VGAs

BioWare named best studio; Black Ops best shooter

Red Dead Redemption won the Game Of The Year prize at the VGAs in Los Angeles last night - as well as prizes for Best Original Score and Best DLC for Undead Nightmare.

Other major prizes went to BioWare for Best Studio, Black Ops for Best Shooter. Meanwhile, Mass Effect 2 grabbed gongs for Best 360 Game and Best RPG.


A host of world premieres took place, including new videos of Batman: Arkham City, Mass Effect 3 and Forza 4.

The full list of VGA winners reads:

Studio of the Year

- BioWare

Best Wii Game

- Super Mario Galaxy 2

Best Xbox 360 Game

- Mass Effect 2

Best PS3 Game

- God of War III

Best PC Game

- StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty

Best Handheld Game

- God of War: Ghost of Sparta

Best Shooter

- Call of Duty: Black Ops

Best Action-Adventure Game

- Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

Best RPG

- Mass Effect 2

Best Multiplayer Game

- Halo: Reach

Best Individual Sports Game

- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11

Best Team Sports Game

- NBA 2K11

Best Driving Game

- Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit

Best Music Game

- Rock Band 3

Best Soundtrack

- DJ Hero 2

Best Song in a Game

- Far Away by José González

Best Original Score

- Red Dead Redemption

Best Graphics

- God of War III

Best Adapted Video Game

- Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game

Best Performance by a Human Male

- Neil Patrick Harris as Peter Parker/Amazing Spider-Man

Best Performance by a Human Female

- Tricia Helfer as Sarah Kerrigan

Best Downloadable Game

- Costume Quest

Best DLC

- Red Dead Redemption - Undead Nightmare

Best Independent Game

- Limbo

Most Anticipated Game

- Portal 2

Game of the Year

- Red Dead Redemption