The voting ended on January 1st and I'm sure that you're dying to know the results of the TrueTrophies Game of the Year Awards 2015. Well, we're here to reveal the games and trophies that will be receiving exclusive TT rosettes on their pages.Game of the Year 2015Here is the countdown of the top 10 games of 2015 as voted by you, the TT community:10. Star Wars Battlefront9. Assassin's Creed Syndicate8. Life Is Strange7. Until Dawn6. Batman: Arkham Knight5. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain4. Rocket League3. Bloodborne2. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt*Drumroll please**** Spoiler - click to reveal ***1. Fallout 4Congratulations to Bethesda Game Studios on their successful title and their deserved win.We even asked you to vote for your favourite Vita game. Here is the countdown for the top 5 Vita games of 2015:5. OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood4. Grim Fandango3. Broken Age2. Geometry Wars³: Dimensions Evolved (Vita)*Drumroll please**** Spoiler - click to reveal ***1. Persona 4: Dancing All Night (Vita) (all regions)Who would have thought that a dancing spin-off would be so popular?Finally, here is the countdown of the top 5 DLC add-ons of 20155. Grand Theft Auto Online: Heists for Grand Theft Auto V4. Utopia Coliseum for Rocket League3. Episode 5: The Vault of the Traveler for Tales from the Borderlands2. The Taken King for Destiny*Drumroll please**** Spoiler - click to reveal ***1. The Old Hunters for BloodborneRole-Playing holds a special place in the hearts of TT members.Here is a full list of the winners by genre:Best Action Game3. Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number2. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3Winner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Mortal Kombat XMortal Kombat X takes place 25 years after this alternate timeline, and follows many of the new and classic fighters in the series as they battle the forces of Shinnok, the fallen Elder God. The game excels in the field of gory action, gruesome sound effects, gameplay mechanics, and building up the alternate timeline's universe. Fans of the series and players who may just be picking up the game for the first time can enjoy dismembering one another.Best Action-Adventure Game3. Until Dawn2. Batman: Arkham KnightWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom PainHideo Kojima's last ever game in the Metal Gear Solid series, a franchise that he created nearly 30 years ago, was an overwhelming success. The Phantom Pain is the kind of game that actually feels as if every seemingly insignificant gameplay detail actually has a real purpose. Every mission, side-op and minute spent assigning staff back at Mother Base makes a real difference to what can or cannot be achieved out on the field. At its core, it is still a stealth-action game, but it never ties you down to just being stealthy. Every mission can be approached in a multitude of different ways and it's left up to the player how to progress. The more manageable approach to storytelling may not seem true to the Metal Gear Solid series to date, but it fits in well with the game's more flexible approach, which lets people attack the game head on or play in smaller bites without needing to worry that at any moment they may have to set aside an hour purely to watch a surprise cut-scene.Best Adventure Game3. Steins;Gate (all regions and platforms)2. Everybody's Gone to the RaptureWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Life Is Strange (all platforms)The name that immediately springs to mind when thinking about episodic adventure games is Telltale, but ignore Dontnod Entertainment's Life Is Strange at your peril. Life in Arcadia Bay for Max Caulfield is indeed strange. Blessed with the ability to rewind time, or cursed depending on your viewpoint, Max finds out that the ability to change the actions of herself and others is filled with life changing consequences. Add moral decisions that really do have an effect on the story's future and this engaging story does a great job of driving home the point that sometimes it is better just to accept the consequences of your actions.Best Card & Board Game3. Hand of Fate2. ArmelloWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the DuelistThe first ever Yu-Gi-Oh! game to appear on the Playstation 4 invited players to take part in an elite Dueling program that simulated the best duels that had ever taken place in the history of Yu-Gi-Oh!. Featuring events from the original series and characters from the latest generation of the TV series, players were spoilt for choice with over 6,600 cards, hundreds of matches and over 90 characters. Prepare to spend many hours reliving your favourite Yu-Gi-Oh! moments.Best Music & Rhythm Game3. Guitar Hero Live2. Rock Band 4 (all regions)Winner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Persona 4: Dancing All Night (Vita) (all regions)Persona usually makes people think of role-playing games, but Persona 4: Dancing All Night took the franchise into a completely different genre. Having returned to the world of entertainment, Rise Kujikawa and her friends must dance their way through their investigation into the disappearance of a band that was due to perform at the Love Meets Bonds Festival. A solid rhythm game that soon becomes addictive, the game can make players feel like they are actually dancing.Best Party GameWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***The Jackbox Party Pack 2 (all platforms)This collection features five party games with something for everyone. Lie your way through over 500 questions in Fibbage, make strange sound effects in Earwax, attempt to auction off your drawings in Bidiots, defuse bombs in Bomb Corp and say the first thing that springs to mind in Quiplash. You don't even need multiple controllers as the game will work with phones, tablets or even computers. Even if you have more than eight people at your party, audience participation means that nobody is left out.Best Platformer Game3. Grow Home2. Shovel KnightWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Axiom Verge (all regions)Part of the Metroidvania resurgence that's happening in the industry, Axiom Verge is a standout case. The core development team for the game was just one person, Thomas Happ, and the labor of love is obvious. While it's protracted development time shows a bit in that the game hasn't quite kept up with some of the newer conventions of the genre, the joy of exploring an alien world, finding new power-ups, and defeating bosses that are half-puzzle is fantastic. While it doesn't quite live up to the standards of the greats of the Metroid series, it's nice to know that the formula is still rewarding and fun.Best Puzzle Game3. Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight2. MonsterBag (Vita)Winner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***The Talos PrincipleThe Talos Principle mixes together puzzles and gentle exploration in a game that is aimed squarely at those who prefer to think their way through games rather than rely on twitch reflexes. Players must explore this pretty world to find out who they are and why they are there, but they must also obey the orders of their god, who has filled the world with challenges that must be overcome. There are even side activities that promise to keep players busy for hour after hour in this memorable adventure.Best Racing Game3. F1 20152. Need for SpeedWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***DRIVECLUB BIKESOne of Paris Games Week's biggest surprises came in the release of a DRIVECLUB spin-off. Dedicated solely to two wheels instead of four, players could race around familiar tracks while attempting the master a whole new set of vehicles. With the server issues experienced by its predecessor now in the past, the game offered a much smoother and enjoyable experience, with hours of extra gameplay and a new platinum trophy awaiting those willing to give the title a try.Best Role-Playing Game3. Bloodborne2. The Witcher 3: Wild HuntWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Fallout 4If there were three things that Fallout 3 needed, it was a less drab environment, a more involved main story, and better shooting mechanics. A sacrifice was made to some RPG elements leaving some long-time fans in a Bostonian cold snap, but it brought those improvements and more. If that wasn't enough, a huge crafting system was implanted, even if it was a bit rickety, allowing you the freedom to customize weapons, armor, and entire settlements to your hearts content. There's no base like home, as they say.Best Shooter Game3. Call of Duty: Black Ops III (all platforms)2. The Order: 1886Winner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Star Wars BattlefrontStar Wars Battlefront is the galactic fantasy for which we've been waiting. The multiplayer can be extremely enjoyable, there is no doubt about it, and battles play out beautifully and smoothly in all modes. The game looks sleek and listening to those iconic blasters adds to the thrill of play. More importantly, it's accessible for everyone who jumps in. If you absolutely love the battles of Star Wars and shooters in general, you will have a blast with this and it is an enjoyable ride to a galaxy far, far away.Best Simulation Game3. I Am Bread2. Farming Simulator 15 (all platforms)Winner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Tropico 5The Tropico franchise has been in existence for nearly 15 years, but Tropico 5 was the first tile to make its way onto the latest Playstation console. Once again, players assumed the role of El Presidente, charged with taking control of Tropico. After adding new gameplay features and new artwork, the main new feature was the dynasties, meaning that players could rule over Tropico from the very early colonial days through centuries of change. Would you be a favourite with the public, or would you be the despot that would be ousted at the first given opportunity?Best Sports Game3. MLB 15 The Show (all platforms)2. FIFA 16 (all platforms)Winner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal ***Rocket LeagueWhen Rocket League came to PS+ as a free game, it seems few expected it would grow to become the monster hit that it has become. I know I thought I was disinterested. Five minutes into playing I realized I was so very wrong. It is addictive in a way unrivaled by most games that have come into my life. It is easier to pick up than a true sports simulation. It uses controls fun for anyone but makes itself capable of mastering by true Rocket League goal artists. It is everything I never knew I wanted from a game and is far and away my pick for Game of the Year 2015.Best Strategy Game3. GUNS UP! (all regions)2. Bladestorm: NightmareWinner: *** Spoiler - click to reveal *** Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence (all regions and platforms)Strategy isn't a genre that gets a lot of attention on consoles, so KOEI set out to change that perception with a few releases this year. Nobunaga was the most prominent of those, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the franchise in style. Players become a Daimyo of the Warring States period of Japanese history, charged with changing your land into a prosperous community. The title is a very in-depth strategy game and will not be to everyone's tastes. Even the detailed tutorial will take a while to finish, but it is the perfect preparation for what is to follow. TROPHY AWARDSWe finish with the trophy awards.Proudest Trophy2. Virtuoso in Rocket League1. Bloodborne in BloodborneMost Fun Trophy2. This Is THE End in Until Dawn1. Virtuoso in Rocket LeagueMost Original Trophy2. Touchdown! in Fallout 41. Homerun! in Fallout 4Best Trophy Name2. I AM the Batman! in Batman: Arkham Knight1. Masshole in Fallout 4Did your favourites get the attention that they deserved or is there anything that you would recommend that you think that people have missed? Tell us what you think below. Meanwhile, we hope that you've had fun voting and will join us again next year.