If you missed Spike’s annual Video Game Awards last night don’t worry. We did, too. But we’ve got a full list of winners for you regardless. This year’s awards were live streamed by Kotaku and also covered by a USA Today Liveblog which actually covers things pretty nicely. But if you don’t care about any of that, you can just check out the list below.

Game of the Year The Walking Dead: The Game
Best 360 Game Halo 4
Best PS3 Game Journey
Best Wii or Wii U Game New Super Mario Bros.
Best PC Game XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Best Handheld or Mobile Game Sound Shapes
Best Shooter Borderlands 2
Best Action Adventure Game Dishonored
Best RPG Mass Effect 3
Best Multi-Player Borderlands 2
Sports Game – Individual SSX
Sports Game – Team NBA 2K13
Best Driving Game Need for Speed: Most Wanted
Best Fighting Game Persona 4 Arena
Best Adapted Game The Walking Dead: The Video Game
Best Indie Game Journey
Best Graphics Halo 4
Best Song “Cities” by Beck from Sound Shapes
Best Original Score Journey
Best Performance (Male) Dameon Clarke as Handsome Jack from Borderlands 2
Best Performance (Female) Melissa Hutchinson as Clementine from the Walking Dead: The Video Game
Best Downloadable Game The Walking Dead: The Video Game
Best Social Game You Don’t Know Jack
Best DLC Dawnguard – Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Studio of the Year Telltell Games
Most Anticipated Game Grand Theft Auto V
Video Game of the Decade Half-Life 2

So what do you think of the winners?
I was pretty surprised that Borderlands 2 or Assassin’s Creed III didn’t take the top honor but I can’t say that I’m am all that disappointed. I have really enjoyed the Walking Dead video game so far (I’m on Chapter 4 still) and I have consistently thought the whole time that they were releasing it that was a really clever way to set up a game.Journey as the best score winner was far from surprising. I mean, the game just got nominated for a Grammy for the score. If it hadn’t gotten that award tonight then it would have been the show’s biggest snub. The music for that game is absolutely beautiful so I am glad to see it is getting as much recognition as it can. While I think it’s certainly a contender, it’s unlikely that Journey’s Wintory will beat such names as Shore, Zimmer, and Williams in February.Lastly, it’s not cool putting down Dawnguard as the top DLC when it’s not been made available to everyone yet, Spike. Low blow. Really low blow.

Sound off on the winners – and losers – in the comments!

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