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The 2014 Co-Op Game of the Year Awards
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The 2014 Co-Op Game of the Year Awards

More Golden Fittys!

It's time once again for our Co-Op Game of the Year Awards. We look back at 2014 as a fairly mediocre year in terms of co-op game. While we had high hopes for many games, there were no true must have stand-outs. That's not to say there weren't some great games, it's just compared to previous years this one seems slightly more forgettable.

After the staff nominated both AAA and Indie games we left it up to the community to vote for their picks. Here are the results.

Indie Co-Op GOTY: Community Vote

Winner: Divinity Original Sin (PC)

After a drought of hardcore CRPGs, we've seen a resurgence in both remakes and brand new adventures. Divinity: Original Sin was birthed on Kickstarter and continued to have support throughout the community.


AAA Co-Op GOTY: Community Vote

Winner: Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls / Ultimate Evil Edition (PC / Xbox One, PS4)

Diablo 3 continues to dominate people's playtimes in 2014, thanks to a great console version on next-gen systems and continued support of the PC version with the expansion, people love the ultimate battle of good vs evil with their friends.

Read on for the staff votes and the official winners and runners up.