The Xbox 360 community has voted Trials HD as Best Overall Arcade Game released in 2009 on XBLA.

Last month we heard that RedLynx's superb motorbike game had surpassed 800,000 sales on the service, and that the BIG Pack DLC had racked-up nearly 200,000 sales alone. Trials HD also scooped Best Innovation.

Epic's and Chair's acclaimed creation Shadow Complex was deemed to be Best Solo Game and to have the Best Graphics, while Battlefield 1943 received Best Competitive Multiplayer and Best Co-operative Multiplayer.

Best Original Game went to 'Splosion Man, Best Family Game to Hasbro Family Night and Best Classic/Remake to Banjo-Tooie.

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