Nominees and Air Time Revealed for Game Awards 2018

The nomination list for Game Awards 2018 is finally revealed and you can now go vote for your favorite games and people in 30 different categories. Unsurprisingly, two of the most discussed and well-received games, Red Dead Redemption 2 and God of War, have the most nominations, equally placing in 8 categories. Marvel’s Spider-Man comes close with 7 nominations.Continue reading “Nominees and Air Time Revealed for Game Awards 2018”

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wins GOTY at The Game Awards 2017

At The Game Awards 2017, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild won the award for Game of the Year. Throughout this incredible year for game releases, Breath of the Wild has always stayed relevant in the conversation. It revitalizes not only the Legend of Zelda series, but also offers a bold take on the open-world genre. HereContinue reading “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wins GOTY at The Game Awards 2017”

Bayonetta 3 Announced for Nintendo Switch

Announced at The Game Awards 2017, Platinum is developing Bayonetta 3, exclusive to Nintendo Switch. The short teaser trailer shows us our iconic protagonist kicking butt as usual, with some new armor and weapons. This game comes on the heels of the announcement of a Bayonetta double pack, including both of the previous games on Switch. The trailerContinue reading “Bayonetta 3 Announced for Nintendo Switch”

In the Valley of the Gods is the New Game from Campo Santo

A new game from Campo Santo, the developer of Firewatch, called In The Valley of the Gods was revealed at The Game Awards 2017. The game takes place in the desert, most likely Egypt, and appears to revolve around treasure hunting. In the lengthy trailer, we see the protagonists exploring buried temples to uncover what appears toContinue reading “In the Valley of the Gods is the New Game from Campo Santo”

The Game Awards 2016 Were a Blast

It seems that The Game Awards becomes more legitimate and important every year. Just like last year, 2016 was filled with incredible games from a wide range of genres. I once again struggled with time management and “too many games to play” — not exactly the worst thing in the world. The Game Awards areContinue reading “The Game Awards 2016 Were a Blast”

Mass Effect Andromeda Gameplay Revealed

Gameplay was revealed for Mass Effect Andromeda at The Game Awards 2016. Fans of the series will be happy to see that there are a lot of similarities to the “original trilogy”. The fight for a new home is not without its conflicts — some of which are displayed in this trailer. While there were optionsContinue reading “Mass Effect Andromeda Gameplay Revealed”

Breath of the Wild Shows a New Area, More Gameplay

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild got its second showcase at The Game Awards. Following its beautiful environmental trailer, the anticipated game got an even more detailed spotlight. A new area of the game is revealed which shows Link searching for shrine with the help Kass, a bird-like minstrel who plays an accordion.Continue reading “Breath of the Wild Shows a New Area, More Gameplay”

New Breath of the Wild Footage to be Shown at Game Awards

During the Game Awards this Thursday, December 1st, new footage for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be revealed. Nintendo has been slowly rolling out sneak peaks of the highly-anticipated Wii U and Switch title throughout the year and every showcase has been very exciting thus far. A recent tweet by NintendoContinue reading “New Breath of the Wild Footage to be Shown at Game Awards”

Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015

2015 has been absolutely incredible for AAA games and indie games alike.  The gaming community have been completely overwhelmed and backlogged with the rapid-fire succession of new game releases.  It is certainly an amazing time to be a gamer.  Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards 2015 is a celebration, a reflection, and a look into theContinue reading “Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015”