Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain wins ‘Adventure Game of the Year’ DICE Award

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain has won the ‘Adventure Game of the Year’ award at this year’s DICE Awards. Unfortunately, Konami wasn’t able to be there to collect the award, so 343 Industries producer Kiki Wolfkill accepted it on their behalf, ‘and on behalf of Kojima Productions’.

Update: The executive producer of the show (Terrence Myers) told Polygon: “Konami was unable to send someone to the awards and Kojima-San preferred not to accept it. The Academy thought the solution of having the presenters accept on behalf of the title was best for all parties.”

Source: DICE Awards, DualShockers, Polygon

  • Lewis

    What goes around, comes around.

    • Tom Brearley-Smith

      Can’t run from yourself forever.

  • Danny Patten

    I hope that was an awesome lawyer who prevented them from being there 😛

    • Tom Brearley-Smith

      This could be a karma strike for what happened during The Game Awards 2015.

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  • korruption

    Revenge!! Sweet. Fucking. REVENGE!!!! =)

    • SaladinSilver

      Lol that’s fucking awesome!

    • Daburcor

      Thank you, Nyxus. I have added this to my ever-growing stockpile.

  • Biggy

    I really enjoyed that.

  • Full Options

    And on behalf of Kojima Productions… xD

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