The National Academy of Video Game Testers and Reviews (NAViGaTR) held their 11th award show at PAX East over the weekend, and Minecraft took home top honors as the game of the year. Other notable winners included Uncharted 3, which took home five awards, as well as L.A. Noire and Portal 2, which took home two awards each.
With over 55 categories, the Awards are too numerous to keep track of, but you can head to NAViGaTR's official site to check out the rest of the winners. The Awards were voted on by 640 game reviewers and testers, and are meant to represent the opinions of real gamers—though if that were totally true, we believe Dark Souls would have won something.
We spoke with the group's executive director, Thomas Allen, as well as voice actors Tara Platt and Yuri Lowenthal, at the nomination ceremony in February. Check out our interview for more info. Do you agree or disagree about any of the winners? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter.