Game of The Year Awards Preview

As the new year draws near, so does the annual tradition of selecting the Game of The Year. Six nominees have been selected for the Game of The Year award and award ceremony will be held on the 12th of December.

Control by Remedy Entertainment and 505 Games
An action-adventure game about the Federal Bureau of Control. Control is a 3rd person shooter with impressive effects and graphics. Available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Death Stranding by Kojima Productions and Sony Interactive Entertainment
An action game about reuniting a broken US starring Norman Reedus. Death Stranding is a slow-paced game set in a large open world. Imagine a slower-paced Breath of The Wild. Available on PS4 and soon PC.

The Outer Worlds by Obsidian Entertainment and Private Division
A sci-fi action role-playing game set on a distant alien colony. The Outer Worlds is a first person shooter game. Available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and soon Nintendo Switch.

Resident Evil 2 by CAPCOM Entertainment
A Survival horror game about escaping a city overrun by infectious zombies. This remaster of Resident Evil 2, originally for the PlayStation, N64, GameCube, and PC, has major emphasis on survival. It’s available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice by From Software and Activison
An action-adventure set in feudal Japan where you play as a rogue shinobi warrior, Wolf. Sekiro boasts an impressive combat system and is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Super Smash Brothers Ultimate by Nintendo, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, and Sora Ltd.
A party fighting game featuring numerous fighters from all over the gaming industry. Super Smash Bros. uses characters from Nintendo’s Mario to Hideo Kojima’s Solid Snake. Available exclusively on Nintendo Switch.


UPDATE: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice was declared Game of The Year yesterday, on December 12th.