San Francisco, California (March 21, 2016)/NAVGTR companies - the United States national institute of electronic game industry is a 501 (c) (3), 558 media voters and 5266 users of nonprofit organization, has announced the winners of the 15th annual awards honor video game art, technology and production.
The biggest winner was The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, with 14 wins, 15 wins from The last world war two years ago. The story of the graves invaders and the border region is the second biggest winner, four wins per game.
Three wins in three categories: Star Wars front, water-splashing festival, life is strange. Four games won two awards: super Mario maker, rocket alliance, warrior cemetery and bloody gems.
Through developer, CD Projekt Red won 14 awards. Nintendo won six games. Telltale, Gearbox and Crystal Dynamics each won four awards. Other top developers are Electronic Arts, Dontnod Entertainment, Psyonix, From Software and Brace Yourself Games.
CD Projekt, led by publishers, won 14 awards. Square Enix and nintendo have won seven games apiece. Other top publishers include 2K, Telltale, Electronic Arts, warner bros, SONY computer entertainment, Psyonix and Brace Yourself Games.
56 creative, technical and genre awards categories have been achieved in animation, art direction, character design, control, game design, game engineering, music, sound, writing, etc Rocket League Crates
This year's prize winners are Toru Iwatani and Mark DeLoura, the founders of pac-man, which is responsible for developing the children's exploration coding project.>>