Cuphead’s correction and replacement lead the NAVGTR Best Video Games of the Decade

Cuphead's correction and replacement lead the NAVGTR Best Video Games of the Decade

Washington – (Working wire) – Edition title should read: Cuphead Leads NAVGTR Awards for Best Video Games of Decade (instead of #Decade Winners 2010-2019).

The updated version reads:

CUPHEAD tops the NAVGTR Awards for Best Video Games of the Decade

NAVGTR CORP. – The National Academy of Video Game Reviewers, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit media organization with 978 media voters and 11,700 subscribers, announced winning results in all 60 categories for its second games of the decade (2010-2019) Honoring Arts, Design and Voice program And video game engineering.

The winner of the Game of the Decade is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. The game beat fellow nominees God of War, Minecraft, Red Dead Redemption, and The Last of Us.

New IP accounted for the majority of winners (53.3% or 32 out of 60), up 6.8 points from 46.5% in the previous decade. Newer games dominated the winners as well, with only a quarter of the wins (25%, or 15 of 60) going to games older than the first half of the decade.

The games with the most wins for the best of the decade in their categories are:

06 Cuphead

05 the last of us

04 The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

03 Super Mario Odyssey

03 death by strand

03 Alien: Isolation

02 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

02 Person 5

02 Marvel Spider-Man

02 Borderlands 2

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Certificates, awards and a full list of winners are available from the Academy website.


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