DICE Awards 2024 Winners Revealed

Nintendo snags some more accolades

16 February 2024
by rawmeatcowboy 1
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The 2024 DICE Awards have just wrapped, and we have the full list of winners from this year’s big event. As usual, there’s a smattering of Switch-related games in the winner’s circle, including some featuring Nintendo IP. You can take a look at the complete list of winners below.

  • Game of the Year - Baldur’s Gate 3
  • Action Game of the Year - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
  • Adventure Game of the Year - Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
  • Family Game of the Year - Super Mario Bros. Wonder
  • Fighting Game of the Year - Street Fighter 6
  • Immersive Reality Game of the Year - Asgard’s Wrath 2
  • Online Game of the Year - Diablo IV
  • Mobile Game of the Year - WHAT THE CAR?
  • Racing Game of the Year - Forza Motorsport
  • Role-Playing Game of the Year - Baldur’s Gate 3
  • Sports Game of the Year - MLB The Show 23
  • Strategy/Simulation Game of the Year - Dune: Spice Wars
  • Outstanding Achievement in Audio Design - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
  • Outstanding Achievement in Original Music Composition - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
  • Outstanding Achievement in Story - Baldur’s Gate 3
  • Outstanding Achievement in Character - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 - Miles Morales
  • Outstanding Achievement in Game Design - Baldur’s Gate 3
  • Outstanding Achievement for an Independent Game - COCOON
  • Outstanding Achievement in Animation - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
  • Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction - Alan Wake 2
  • Outstanding Achievement in Game Direction - Baldur’s Gate 3 -Outstanding Technical Achievement - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
  • Immersive Reality Technical Achievement - Horizon: Call of the Mountain

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the_crimson_lure

4M ago

•Game of the Year - Baldur’s Gate 3
•Action Game of the Year - Marvel’s Spider-Man 2
•Adventure Game of the Year - Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
•Family Game of the Year - Super Mario Bros. Wonder
•Fighting Game of the Year - Street Fighter 6

The above seems to be the same for every single awards event this year. Is there really no one who's willing to buck the status quo?