The winners of the 5th New York Game Awards have been announced and a handful list of games have been awarded their fitting titles. This awards are hosted by the New Videogame Critics Circle with the special appearances of Wyclef Jean, members of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Rockstar Games, award-winning “Book of Numbers” author Joshua Cohen and downtown music legend Tom Clark.

Without further ado, here are the list of games that won the awards with their title/s respectively:

Witcher 3: Wild Hunt: Coming in the number one spot of this year’s New York Game Awards is this baby right over here. Taking home three titanic awards namely “Big Apple Award for Best Game of the Year”, “Herman Melville Award for Best Writing” and the “Statue of Liberty Award for Best World”.

Super Mario Maker: this game won the “Central Park Children’s Zoo Award for Best Kids Game”.

Metal Gear Solid VHideo Kojima: The ever notorious Kojima has done it again! This time with the “Tin Pan Alley Award for Best Music in a Game”.

Rare Replay: Combining 30 video games developed by the original and predecessor became a rewarding decision for Rare for winning the “Freedom Tower Award for Best Remake”

Lara Croft Go: Square Enix’s turn-based puzzle game won the “A-Train Award for Best Mobile Game”!

Boxboy!: Simplicity at its finest. This puzzle game from Nintendo 3DS game won the “Battery Park Award for Best Handheld Game”

Viva Seifert: Her Story: This crime fiction game that features real footage emanates a realistic feel. Ergo, it took the “Great White Way Award for Best Acting in a Game”.

Cara Ellison (Scottish Journalist and Game Developer): It’s not just video games that won the awards. Cara Ellison took home this year’s “Knickerbocker Award for Best Games Journalism”.

SKT Telecom T1: Winning 2 championships and other titles for League of Legends is something that should not be trifled with. Faker’s team goes home with a big smile for winning the “Ebbetts Field Award for Best Esports Team (Fan Vote)”.

Rockstar Games: Finally, one of the most legendary game companies of all time has yet again grabbed a fitting reward. The “Andrew Yoon Memorial Legend Award”