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VGAs Honor  Red Dead Redemption , Debut  SSX: Deadly Descents ,  Mass Effect 3 ,  Forza 4
VGAs Honor Red Dead Redemption, Debut SSX: Deadly Descents, Mass Effect 3, Forza 4
December 12, 2010 | By Staff

December 12, 2010 | By Staff
More: Console/PC

U.S. cable channel Spike TV gave Red Dead Redemption Game Of The Year at its Video Game Awards, as teaser trailers announced titles including SSX: Deadly Descents, Mass Effect 3, Prototype 2 and Forza 4.

The televised, celebrity-heavy awards show gave out almost 30 awards, as listed out on Wikipedia, with Rockstar San Diego's Red Dead Redemption picking up the top prize, and BioWare winning Studio Of The Year for its work on titles including Mass Effect 2.

Other notable awards went to Playdead's Limbo for Best Indie Game, as well as Double Fine's Costume Quest for Best Downloadable Game and Valve's Portal 2 for Most Anticipated Game.

Several major publishers took the opportunity to announce or confirm new games, with separate Gamasutra stories noting Bethesda's debut of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and THQ/Volition and Guillermo Del Toro's announcement of horror adventure game inSane.

But there were several other video trailer debuts on the televised-live awards, subsequently made available's VGAs page, including a return for Electronic Arts' SSX snowboarding franchise in the military-tinged SSX: Deadly Descents, plus confirmation for Activision and Radical's action game sequel Prototype 2, due in 2012.

Other franchise follow-ups confirmed during the awards were Turn 10's Forza Motorsport 4, an Xbox 360 exclusive for 2011 which will also be Kinect-compatible, as well as a teaser trailer for BioWare's Mass Effect 3, which completes the acclaimed RPG trilogy and is due for holiday 2011.

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