It’s all been leading up to this, the final podcast of our Game of the Year 2012 season, and it’s the biggest category of all.
Game of the Year 2012
It’s all come down to this moment, folks. This is the moment we reveal our top ten games of the year, culminating in that coveted award for the very best game released in 2012.
Not quite ready to reveal the final game of the year, it’s time to look forward to 2013, as the team decide which games they are most looking forward to.
Before GodisaGeek.com reveals the Overall Game of the Year for 2012, we look forward to our Most Anticipated Game of 2013.
This time it’s the turn of the team to discuss the best platform exclusive of the year, as well as the first podcast-only category; Best Story.
We’re not quite at the stage where we have a utopian society of game publishers, just putting out games for our pleasure and nothing more.
As the days go on, so do the categories, with day two of our game of the year podcasts.
As we continue the GodisaGeek Game of the Year Awards 2012, it’s time to talk about the best multiplayer games of the past year.
As we continue the GodisaGeek Game of the Year Awards 2012, it’s time to talk about the best single player games of the past year.
To go along with our other Game of the Year 2012 content, like last year, we will be bringing you a podcast for every day of the week.
While 2012 definitely feels like it has been the year of the downloadable title, there’s been some cracking additional content released too, either via PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Marketplace, or just via good old Steam. But which was the best piece of content?
Starting off the GodisaGeek Game of the Year Awards 2012, it’s time to talk about handheld gaming.