With the year coming to end, it’s time to reflect on the best in gaming in 2019. That also means it’s time for The Game Awards, hosted by Geoff Keighley. While gaming sites put together their ‘best of 2019’ lists (and in some cases, ‘best of the decade’), Keighley and team have been busy putting together their own lists for the year. You should take a moment to check out the list of nominees.
Although this is a relatively new award in gaming, the first 5 years of the show have shown tremendous growth. Last year, in particular, included some of the most memorable moments from the show that will likely be shown leading up to the broadcast. You should expect a new game announcement or two, some live musical numbers, and a slew of guests in and around video games.
Is Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding a lock for Game of the Year? What categories can we expect to see Outer Worlds take some hardware? Untitled Goose Game? We’ll find out the best of the best when The Game Awards streams this Thursday, December 12, from 5:30-9pm PST. You can catch the stream on your favorite services like YouTube or Twitch.
Cody Shults has a PhD in neuroscience and is working in medical communications in Chicago. He has been writing for TVGB since 2012, but has been playing video games since he was 3 years old. Apart... Read more...