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At last night’s 17th Annual DICE Awards ceremony, Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic epic took home a truckload of trophies. Joel and Ellie, however, were nice enough to share the stage with a few other titles and special guests.

Indeed, both Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment have to be nothing but smiles today, as The Last of Us walked away with ten wins, including Game of the Year and Adventure Game of the Year.

The Last of Us wasn’t the only game to win honors, however, with other nominees such as Super Mario 3D World, Forza Motorsport 5, and World of Tanks picking up awards of their own. (The full list of winners can be found below.)

As well, during the ceremony the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) took time to honor some pioneers in the world of gaming. First up were Leslie Benzies, Dan Houser, and Sam Houser, as all three were inducted into the AIAS Hall of Fame. The Houser brothers, of course, are two of the key founders of Rockstar Games, and Benzies has been the lead developer on the company’s best-known product, Grand Theft Auto.

The AIAS also honored Eugene Jarvis with its special Pioneer Award. Jarvis was highly influential in the early days of gaming as a game creator at Williams Electronics, spearheading projects such as Defender, Robotron: 2084, Smash TV, and Narc.

Here’s the full list of winners from last night’s 17th Annual DICE Awards:

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Animation
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Character Performance
Winner: The Last of Us (Ellie)
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition
Winner: Bioshock Infinite
Publisher: 2K Games
Developer: Irrational Games

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Design
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Story
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Gameplay Engineering
Winner: Grand Theft Auto V
Publisher: Rockstar Games
Developer: Rockstar North

Outstanding Achievement in Visual Engineering
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Action Game of the Year
Winner: Bioshock Infinite
Publisher: 2K Games
Developer: Irrational Games

Adventure Game of the Year
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Fighting Game of the Year
Winner: Injustice: Gods Among Us
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developer: NetherRealm Studios

Role Playing/Massively Multiplayer Game of the Year
Winner: Diablo III
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Developer: Blizzard Entertainment

Strategy/Simulation Game of the Year
Winner: XCOM: Enemy Within
Publisher: 2K Games
Developer: Firaxis Games

Casual Game of the Year
Winner: Plants VS Zombies 2
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: Popcap, Electronic Arts Inc.

Family Game of the Year
Winner: Super Mario 3D World
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EAD Tokyo Software Development Group No.2

Racing Game of the Year
Winner: Forza Motorsport 5
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Developer: Turn 10 Studios

Sports Game of the Year
Winner: FIFA 14
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: EA Canada

Downloadable Game of the Year
Winner: Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons
Publisher: 505 Games
Developer: Starbreeze Studios

Handheld Game of the Year
Winner: The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EAD Software Development Group No.3

Mobile Game of the Year
Winner: Plants VS Zombies 2
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: Popcap, Electronic Arts Inc.

Online Game of the Year
Winner: World of Tanks
Publisher: Wargaming Public Company Ltd. 105
Developer: Wargaming.net

Outstanding Innovation in Gaming
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Game of the Year
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

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DICE Awards 2014 sees sweep by The Last of Us, gaming pioneers honored

By Mollie L Patterson | 02/7/2014 03:30 PM PT

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At last night’s 17th Annual DICE Awards ceremony, Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic epic took home a truckload of trophies. Joel and Ellie, however, were nice enough to share the stage with a few other titles and special guests.

Indeed, both Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment have to be nothing but smiles today, as The Last of Us walked away with ten wins, including Game of the Year and Adventure Game of the Year.

The Last of Us wasn’t the only game to win honors, however, with other nominees such as Super Mario 3D World, Forza Motorsport 5, and World of Tanks picking up awards of their own. (The full list of winners can be found below.)

As well, during the ceremony the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) took time to honor some pioneers in the world of gaming. First up were Leslie Benzies, Dan Houser, and Sam Houser, as all three were inducted into the AIAS Hall of Fame. The Houser brothers, of course, are two of the key founders of Rockstar Games, and Benzies has been the lead developer on the company’s best-known product, Grand Theft Auto.

The AIAS also honored Eugene Jarvis with its special Pioneer Award. Jarvis was highly influential in the early days of gaming as a game creator at Williams Electronics, spearheading projects such as Defender, Robotron: 2084, Smash TV, and Narc.

Here’s the full list of winners from last night’s 17th Annual DICE Awards:

Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Animation
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Character Performance
Winner: The Last of Us (Ellie)
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition
Winner: Bioshock Infinite
Publisher: 2K Games
Developer: Irrational Games

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Design
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Story
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Gameplay Engineering
Winner: Grand Theft Auto V
Publisher: Rockstar Games
Developer: Rockstar North

Outstanding Achievement in Visual Engineering
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Action Game of the Year
Winner: Bioshock Infinite
Publisher: 2K Games
Developer: Irrational Games

Adventure Game of the Year
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Fighting Game of the Year
Winner: Injustice: Gods Among Us
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developer: NetherRealm Studios

Role Playing/Massively Multiplayer Game of the Year
Winner: Diablo III
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Developer: Blizzard Entertainment

Strategy/Simulation Game of the Year
Winner: XCOM: Enemy Within
Publisher: 2K Games
Developer: Firaxis Games

Casual Game of the Year
Winner: Plants VS Zombies 2
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: Popcap, Electronic Arts Inc.

Family Game of the Year
Winner: Super Mario 3D World
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EAD Tokyo Software Development Group No.2

Racing Game of the Year
Winner: Forza Motorsport 5
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Developer: Turn 10 Studios

Sports Game of the Year
Winner: FIFA 14
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: EA Canada

Downloadable Game of the Year
Winner: Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons
Publisher: 505 Games
Developer: Starbreeze Studios

Handheld Game of the Year
Winner: The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo EAD Software Development Group No.3

Mobile Game of the Year
Winner: Plants VS Zombies 2
Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
Developer: Popcap, Electronic Arts Inc.

Online Game of the Year
Winner: World of Tanks
Publisher: Wargaming Public Company Ltd. 105
Developer: Wargaming.net

Outstanding Innovation in Gaming
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

Game of the Year
Winner: The Last of Us
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Naughty Dog Inc.

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About Mollie L Patterson

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Mollie got her start in games media via the crazy world of gaming fanzines, and now works at EGM with the goal of covering all of the weird Japanese and niche releases that nobody else on staff cares about. She’s active in the gaming community on a personal level, and an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming, consumer rights, and good UI. Find her on Twitter @mollipen.