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GTA 'sticks it to UK awards show
Posted On 02/07/2018 22:44:27 by mmotony

The Golden Joysticks, the UK's version of Spike TV's Video Game Awards, were given out today in London. The winners are decided by gamers, plus some 200,000 participants voted. Because in the show's tight seal on eligible games, a favourite of 2004 stole the show.   
To vie for just a Golden Joystick, a sport must are already released between October 29, 2004, and October 28, 2005, inside the UK. These requirements made this season's crop start off using a bang--since the much-heralded Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was released inside UK on October 29, 2004.    
Just because doing so was the oldest game eligible with an award doesn't imply it gave ground for the new guys Buy Warmane Gold. In fact, just the opposite. San Andreas took home five awards, including Joystick d'Or for Ultimate Game on the Year, PlayStation 2 Game from the Year, and Best Game Soundtrack.    
The undead were significantly alive within the show too, with Resident Evil 4 winning GameCube Game in the Year, Editor's Game with the Year, and (perhaps surprisingly) Best Film-Based Game of 2005. Resident Evil 5 took home the One to Watch for 2006, despite conventional wisdom pointing toward a 2007 release for the action.    Nintendo took home Publisher on the Year, thanks simply to Super Mario DS, the Handheld Game from the Year. Another Nintendo game, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, rode off using the One to Watch for Xmas award, despite the idea that it defintely won't be released until April 2006 on the earliest.   
Other winners include Halo 2 for Xbox Game on the Year, Half-Life 2 for PC Game with the Year, World of Warcraft for Online Game in the Year, and also the PSP for Game Innovation in the Year.  By the way, if you are interested to buy cheap Warmane Gold, stay tuned for more at mmoah.  

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