The Game Awards • Top Five


Last night, Geoff Keighly and the Game Awards returned to our normally scheduled program. They had awards, trailers, game reveals, world premieres and a live audience. I didn’t expect as big an event (when it comes to announcements) as years before, and I don’t think we saw something as big as 2019. However, I do believe this was a great comeback for Geoff and the traditional Game Awards.

We still saw a good amount of bangers, including some “This game is available right now,” surprise drops. We also saw a bigger focus on the awards. There were still those quick consecutive awards being presented in blocks, but we also saw some bigger categories get more recognition.


Some early awards went to Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Best Indie) and Returnal (Best Action). Deathloop got some love (Best Game Direction & Art Direction). It was very cool to see

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