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Call of Duty 4 cleans up at Golden Joysticks

Activision title takes four awards while sequel bags the One to Watch award

Activision's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare has cleaned up at the Golden Joystick Awards, taking place in London today.

The game won the Nuts All-Nighter Award, UK ESA PC Game of the Year, GamesRadar Online Game of the Year and the Virgin Media Ultimate Game of the Year. The next call of Duty title – World at War – also bagged the Play.com One to Watch award.

Other winners included Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock which took The Sun Family Games of the Year and Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto IV, which took away two gongs.

The full list of winners follows:

Nuts All-Nighter Award: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

The Sun Family Game of the Year: Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

bliss Handheld Game of the Year: Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

4Talent Mobile Game of the Year: Bejeweled 2

Mobile Game Pitch 2008: Tobias Rowe with Finders Keeper

Official Nintendo Magazine’s Nintendo Game of the Year: Super Smash Bros.

UK ESA PC Game of the Year: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Activision Blizzard Retailer of the Year: Play.com

Official Playstation Magazine High Definition PlayStation Game of the Year: Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots

BBC 1Xtra Soundtrack of the Year: Grand Theft Auto IV

Arvato Digital Services Xbox Game of the Year: Grand Theft Auto IV

Edge Most Wanted Award: Fallout 3 GamesRadar.com Online Game of the Year: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

CVG.co.uk UK Developer of the Year : Rockstar North

E4.com Grand Master Flash Award: Stickman Madness

Play.com One To Watch: Call of Duty: World at War

Future UK Publisher of the Year: Activision Blizzard

Virgin Media Ultimate Game of the Year: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

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