One of last year’s best games continues to collect awards. The Last of Us took home the Game of the Year award along with Best Narrative and Best Game Design at the Game Developers Choice Awards.

The Last of Us released last summer to critical acclaim. Garnering a 95 Metacritic score, it was clear Naughty Dog had another winner on their hands. Naughty Dog would follow it up with The Last of Us: Left Behind, a piece of DLC that focuses on Ellie and her relationship with Riley.

Naughty Dog is hard at work on the fourth installment in its Uncharted series. More news on Uncharted 4 should be expected at this summer’s E3.

Other winners at the Game Developers Choice Awards included Bioshock Infinite for Best Audio and Best Visual Art. Indie darling Papers, Please won for Innovation and Best Downloadable game.

Grand Theft Auto V took the award for Best Technology, Gone Home developers The Fullbright Company snagged the award for Best Debut and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds won Best Handheld/Mobile Game.

Ken Kutaragi, also known as the father of the Playstation, was awarded GDC’s Lifetime Achievement honors.

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