Other notable winners included Microsoft, whose Gears of War scooped two awards, whilst Square Enix, Capcom, Rockstar, Sony and LucasArts were also category winners.
The full list of winners were:
Game of the Year – Shadow of the Colossus (Sony)
People’s Choice – Gears of War (Microsoft)
Best Multiplayer – Gears of War (Microsoft)
Use of a Licence – Lego Star Wars 2 (LucasArts)
Best for Originality – Wii (Nintendo)
Best Hardware – DS Lite (Nintendo)
Best Story – Canis Canem Edit (Rockstar)
Best Developer - Nintendo
Best Publisher - Nintendo
Technical Achievement – Wii (Nintendo)
Artistic Achievement – Dragon Quest: The Journey of the Cursed King (Square Enix)
Best Portable Game – Phoenix Wright (Capcom)
Meanwhile, ahead of Valentine’s Day next week, GAME has launched a new promotion on its website that allows gamers enjoy a games-fuelled day of passion.
Those logging on to www.game.co.uk will be able to send audio kisses to their beloved, along with a £5 off voucher that can be spent on the GAME website. As well as boasting a gift selector for those struggling to choose a suitable title for their other half, users will also be able to enter a competition to win a ‘His & Hers’ pink and black DS set, along with two copies of Mario Kart DS.