This year has seen an influx of various genres, characters and also it’s fair share of disappointments. Some titles focused worthy attention, to their unceasing progression and captivating narratives, coupled with dialogues that are both audacious and witty in its execution, whilst still retaining some semblance of believability, even during the more obscure situations characters continually happen upon (Uncharted 3). While others relied purely on the scope and beauty of its imaginatively created lands, that dwarf many of this years fantastical games (Skyrim). But let’s be honest, we all know what games are likely to pick up their respective awards, so I’m not going to further insult your obviously impeccable intelligence (I mean, your reading this blog) by submitting my own personal *yawn* insipid choices for the “prestigious” GOTY award. So here are my winners in the first (and probably last), no expense spared or spent in the unashamedly biased, APA’s.
The “Can You Guess What I’ve Changed” Award
Notable mentions include; Call of Duty: Modern Warefare 3,000,000,
and PES. But the winner is……
For its complete lack of any innovative alterations, goalkeeper glitches and the unwavering support from FIFA’s continuous inclusion, of the cardboard cut out crowds. Thanks for your support guys!
Jaw Dropping Moment Of The Year Award
Notable mentions include: Uncharted 3’s Cruise Ship
Batman flawlessly gliding through Arkham City, but the winner is……
A truly auspicious land, that’s rewardingly, frustrating but equally bewitches you with its reverence, and a world I’m still hopelessly devoted too.
Pointless Battle Award
Notable mentions include: Duke Nukem vs Self Destruction
FIFA 12 vs PES 12, but the clear winner is……
Call of Duty vs Battlefield!
It had been built as a battle of biblical proportions, a clash of 2 behemoths, but in the end it was a fairly even affair, and a battle as titanic as the Muppet’s vs Sesame Street.
The Outstanding Contribution To Immortality Award
Its been an honour killing you countless times, sir.