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Here Are All The Winners Of The PlayStation Awards 2019 [Update]

In conjunction with the 25th Anniversary of PlayStation, today PlayStation fans all over the world gathered in Japan, as well as in front of their screens, to watch the PlayStation Awards 2019. It was an event that celebrated the amazing games we’ve been playing not just this year but ever since the launch of the first PlayStation.

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The PlayStation Awards 2019 was held at the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa in Tokyo on 3 December 2019. Many representatives from game development studios, publishers, and Sony were present at the awards show including Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan.

Here is the list of each award categories and their respective winners:

Indies & Developer Award

  • Unravel Two – EA
  • Hollow Knight – Team Cherry
  • Overcooked 2 – Team17, Ghost Town Games
  • Human: Fall Flat – No Brakes Games
  • Hardcore Mecha – RocketPunch Games

PlayStation VR Award

  • Astro Bot Rescue Mission – SIE Japan Studio
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Beat Saber – Beat Games

PlayStation Network Award

  • Fortnite – Epic Games
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – Capcom
  • FIFA 19 – EA

Gold Prize

(Awarded to games that shipped more than 500,000 units.)

  • PES 2019 – PES Productions
  • FIFA 19 – EA
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – Treyarch
  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Resident Evil 2 Remake – Capcom
  • Devil May Cry V – Capcom
  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – From Software
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – Capcom
  • FIFA 20 – EA

Platinum Prize

(Awarded to games that shipped more than one million units.)

  • Nier Automata – Platinum Games
  • God of War – SIE Santa Monica Studio
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man – Insomniac Games
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 – Rockstar Games
  • Kingdom Hearts III – Square Enix
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Yes, Yoko Taro was there in his usual get-up.

PlayStation 25th Anniversary User’s Choice Award

  • The Last of Us Remastered – Naughty Dog
  • Persona 5 – ATLUS
  • Nier Automata – Platinum Games
  • Dragon Quest XI – Square Enix
  • Monster Hunter World – Capcom
  • God of War – SIE Santa Monica Studio
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man – Insomniac Games

PlayStation 25th Anniversary Special Award

  • Ridge Racer – Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Battle Arena Toshinden – Tamsoft
  • Resident Evil – Capcom
  • Final Fantasy VII – Square Enix
  • Metal Gear Solid – Konami
  • Dynasty Warriors 2 – Omega Force
  • Yakuza– Sega
  • Monster Hunter Freedom Unite – Capcom

Update:

From 6 December to 9 December 2019, the PlayStation Store will be having a PlayStation Awards 2019 Celebration Campaign sale with up to 80% discounts on the games that won awards at the ceremony.

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For now, the sale hasn’t begun yet and there’s no way to check on how much each game will be discounted. Be sure to stay tuned on Kakuchopurei as we will be updating information on this sale when it’s revealed.


As someone who’s played on the original PlayStation, the PlayStation 2, the PlayStation 3, and is currently a proud owner of a PlayStation 4, it brings me great joy to see so many great games and their respective developers get the appreciation and recognition they deserve.

Around this time next year, we’ll all be having a PlayStation 5 of our own (hopefully) and experiencing more amazing games. Here’s to many more years of magic and excitement with PlayStation!

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