The 2011 NY Videogame Critics Circle Awards Winners Announced

Last week, the New York Videogame Critics Circle announced 2011 slate of winners, crowning Bastion with two awards (one for music, one for Best Indie), while showing some love for Sony's "Michael" ad campaign (you know, the one where Kratos, Snake, and a bunch of other game heroes go to a bar). You can find the full lineup of winners after the jump.

Manhattan Award for Most NY Centric Game: Crysis 2

Battery Park Award for Best Handheld Game: Super Mario Land 3D

Tin Pan Alley Award for Best Music in a Game: Bastion

A Train Award for Best Mobile Game: Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP

Herman Melville Award for Best Writing in a Game: Portal 2

Off Broadway Award for Best Indie Game: Bastion

Statue of Liberty Award for Best Open World Game: Saints Row: The Third

Great White Way Award for Best Overall Acting in a Game: Portal 2

Algonquin Roundtable Award for Best Book: All Your Base Are Belong to Us by Harold Goldberg

Mad Men Award for Best Videogame Commercial: Long Live Play – "Michael"

Big Apple Award for Best Game: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

[Source: NY Game Critics]

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