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The Game Awards 2022

The Game Awards 2022 are officially in the books, and we want to know what you thought about the show.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 missed out on Game of the Year, but Nintendo did pick up some other awards. You can find the full list here.

Of course, another big component of The Game Awards are new announcements. After skipping 2021 entirely, Nintendo did have a presence this year. Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon  was unveiled and the Expansion Pass for Fire Emblem Engage was shown. There was some third-party news as well such as Hellboy Web of Wyrd and Hades II.

Now that The Game Awards 2022 are over, what did you think about the overall event? How do you feel about Nintendo’s announcements and other reveals as well as the winners? Let us know in the comments.

The Game Awards 2022 recap

Nintendo has shared an announcement recapping all of its news from The Game Awards 2022.

The company brought two notable reveals to the show. Along with Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon, information was shared about the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass.

Here’s the full recap announcement:

The Game Awards 2022 winners

The full list of winners for The Game Awards 2022 is now available.

Over thirty categories were a part of this year’s show. The big prize was Game of the Year, and while Xenoblade Chronicles 3 was nominated, it wasn’t selected. There were some notable Switch winners though, including Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom for Most Anticipated, Bayonetta 3 for Best Action, Splatoon 3 for Best Multiplayer, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope for Best Sim/Strategy, and Kirby and the Forgotten Land for Best Family.

Below is the full list of winners for The Game Awards 2022:

The Game Awards 2022 live stream

The Game Awards 2022 will be kicking off soon, and we’ve got a live stream for the event ready to go.

The event starts at 4:30 PM PT / 7:30 PM ET / 12:30 AM in the UK / 1:30 AM in Europe. Things are technically starting with the “Opening Act”, but should be worth watching as it’ll have awards and a dozen world premieres, including multiple new game announcements.

The Game Awards are just under two weeks away, so we wanted to host a discussion topic talking about hopes and dreams.

The Game Awards has become one of the major events of the year alongside E3, Gamescom, and the Tokyo Game Show for news and announcements. Nintendo itself has had many memorable moments. The Game Awards hosted the first real footage of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, revealed Joker for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and more. However, we can’t always count on announcements from the Big N given how the company was a no show in 2021 and 2015. Still, even if Nintendo is absent, we can usually count on third-party news – last year, for example, included the announcement of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, the first trailer for Sonic Frontiers, and more.

With all of that said, what are you hoping for when it comes to The Game Awards 2022? Are there any Nintendo games or third-party titles you’re hoping will make an appearance? What’s your choice for Game of the Year (see all of the nominees here)? Let us know in the comments.

game awards 2022 nominees

The Game Awards 2022 are just a few weeks away, and nominees for the show have now been revealed.

The nominees include 108 different games, individuals, teams and events spanning across a multitude of gaming genres and platforms. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is one of the more notable games here as it’s nominated for Game of the Year, plus Best RPG and Best Score/Music. Nintendo has eleven nominations in total.

The full list of nominees for The Game Awards 2022 is as follows:

The Game Awards 2022

The Game Awards 2022 will be held on December 8, it’s been announced. Once again, the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles will host the proceedings.

The Game Awards will stream for free worldwide across more than 40 different digital video platforms including YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok Live. For this year’s show, Best Adaptation will be added as a category to recognize creative work that authentically adapts video game intellectual property to other popular media, including but not limited to theatrical movies, streaming shows, podcasts, novels, and comic books.

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