With 2020’s coronavirus pandemic having dashed many big gaming conventions such as E3 and more, fans have had concerns that The Game Awards would suffer a similar fate. Well, don’t fret – as it looks like the event will be adapting to circumstances and marching on!
At The Game Awards this year, the biggest awards show in gaming, Nintendo’s own games took home a healthy helping of accolades. Read more, and see the full list of winners, below the break.
The Bravely series of JRPGs will be seeing a new entry in 2020 with Bravely Default II (not to be confused with Bravely Second: End Layer), announced as a Switch exclusive at The Game Awards. Fans of the series can expect to get their hands on it when it releases in 2020. Check out the trailer below!
The Game Awards show hasn’t officially started yet, but the pre-show is already pulling no punches with new trailers. No More Heroes 3, exclusively coming to Nintendo Switch, has an official release window of 2020, and you can check out the stylish new trailer after the break!
Nintendo of America has put out a tweet reminding Nintendo fans to catch The Game Awards.
As fans will know by now, Reggie Fils-Aimé stepped down as Nintendo of America’s president earlier in April – with many bemoaning that he probably won’t make another public appearance in the world of gaming. Well, it looks like that won’t be the case at this year’s Game Awards on 12 December 2019!
Geoff Keighley, the producer of The Game Awards, recently shared some interesting words during his AMA on Reddit.
The biggest award show in the gaming industry will officially be making its return at the end of this year.