You'd have to be a fus-ro-dummy to think that Skyrim would be through with receiving accolades. At last night's New York Video Game Critics Circle Awards, the Bethesda Game Studios-developed RPG took home yet one more, earning the "Big Apple Award for Best Game" as decided by a cabal of NY-based game journos from various outlets.

Other winners include two apiece for Bastion and Portal 2, portable love for Super Mario 3D Land and Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP, and explosive nods to both Crysis 2 and Saints Row: The Third. Harold Goldberg's "All Your Base Are Belong To Us" took home the "Algonquin Roundtable Award for Best Book" and Sony's "Michael" commercial won the "Mad Men Award," mysteriously beating out Robin Williams' luxurious beard. Frankly, we were baffled. The full list of winners can be found below the break.

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

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