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Award season is in full swing and you can have your opinion matter on Steam! Every year Steam has you, the player, nominated a title for each of their categories for a chance to win an award for that game. It is fun, easy to do and as long as the game was released this year you can nominate your favorite game and let the developers know how much it means to you!
It’s easy to partake in and if you log into Steam there is a giant button for you to press about the nominations! It takes less than five minutes and you can show all the love for your favorite game!
Without any further talking, let’s go through each category, what the requirements are and how you can nominate your game.
The Game of the Year Award
“Maybe it was its immersive gameplay, or its gripping story... its well-crafted characters, immaculate design, or addictive multiplayer. Whatever the reason, the winner of 2019's Game of the Year Award is an instant classic.”
This is pretty self-explanatory. The best game of the year! As long as it was released this year, it doesn’t matter if it was developed by a huge corporation or two people in a basement, nominate the game you have the most fun in, was the best put together and featured the fewest flaws. Easy peasy!
The VR Game of the Year Award
“When it comes to breaking new ground in games, there is no greater pace of advancement than in VR. If we had our way, all VR devs would get an award for building the future of immersive games and experiences unparalleled by any other medium. But since there’s only one trophy, it’s up to you, Steam Awards Selection Committee member, to crown just one as the best of 2019.”
Are you a VR goggle playing maniac? Did you see a title that blew you away this year with its immersion and beautifully craft world? Nominate it and help them get an award.
The Labor of Love Award
“This game has been out for a while. The team is well past the first unveiling of their creative baby, but being the good parents they are, these devs continue to nurture and support their creation. This game, to this day, is still getting new content after all these years.”
This is my favorite award! It can be any game released that is still receiving updates and new pieces. Like the description says, they continue to nurture their creation. It shows the developers how thankful we are for sticking with their project and creating the best thing they can for us.
The Better with Friends Award
“There are some games out there that just aren't the same when you play by yourself. Maybe you need to have a friend to watch your back. Maybe you need to have a friend that you can stab in their back. Either way, mirth is awaiting those who gather friends to play these games.”
This is another fun award. The games you just love to play with your friends. Show the developers how great their multiplayer is and how much fun you and your buddies enjoy logging in together. The more the merrier!
The Most Innovative Gameplay Award
" This game is at the front lines of experimentation, pushing the boundaries of the medium with exciting, novel interactions and brain-breaking surprises. This game thinks outside the box, and pulls you out with it!”
They really did something else with this title, it’s so unique and unlike anything I’ve played before! This is where the newest ideas shine brightest.
The Outstanding Story-Rich Game Award
“Some days, only a narrative-heavy game will hit the spot, and this one packs a wallop. It's as gripping as any soap opera, and as well-tuned as a prestige-TV screenplay. Bravissimo -- for making us feel things!”
Graphics, insane multiplayer battles, online co-op, maybe it has none of those. A fantastic story though will keep you hooked for hours! Nominate the game that made you go, “Whoa” with their plot twist or creative story-telling.
The Best Game You Suck At Award
“Games have a way of pushing us past any limits we thought we had. Like a montage sequence, we put in work, training our fingers to be quick and nimble, mastering timing and placement over weeks and weeks. At the end of the gauntlet, we're rewarded with profound beauty and a deep sense of personal growth. Unless you hurled your monitor through a plate-glass window on the first day.”
We all have these games, games we want to love but just, well suck at. I’ll be the first to admit, Player Unknown's Battlegrounds is not my cup of tea, but I thought they brought the arena style battle to another level. Ok, so it wasn’t released this year, but you catch me drift. Admit it, you know you suck at something, but that doesn't mean the game is bad!
The Outstanding Visual Style Award
“These devs are the Willy Wonka of eye candy. Visual style doesn't aspire to real-world graphical fidelity (though a noble goal in itself)… it describes a distinctive look and feel that suffuses an entire game. This game displays visual cohesion and expression that not only fit the game's world, but make our world look paltry by comparison.”
These graphics and images are melted into my brain. I don’t think I’ll be able to sleep tonight. Okay, it’s not always a horror game but that was my vote! What fantasy world sucked you in and looked beautiful?
It’s easy to vote and Steam helps you along with it. If you can’t remember if it was indeed released this year or last, they have your back and will let you know. Or you can go to the Steam page of the game itself and nominate it for an award there.
There’s no reason not to vote! Get on there and show the developers how much you care!
Any spoilers? No!
Frozen came out exactly 6 years ago, taking the world by storm and stealing the hearts of both kids and adults alike. Literally, everyone was singing along to Let It Go and making memes of Olaf the snowman. The amazing reception it received opened the road for a sequel. It also increased the need to make it a cinema worthy sequel. This need to make sure it satisfied the audience probably fueled the 6 years gap between Frozen and Frozen 2, the sequel.
Now if you’re worried over how good Frozen 2 is or if it’s as spectacular as the first, you have nothing to fear! The Frozen 2 package comes with mouth splitting comic scenes, beautiful songs, and a super inspirational plot.
Frozen 2 is set 3 years after Frozen. In the sequel Elsa (Idina Menzel) and her sister, Anna (Kristen Bell) reunite, along with a strange voice that starts reaching out to Elsa! The pair discovers a threat to Arendelle’s future and has to undertake a dangerous trip to the enchanted forest with Olaf, of course, and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff). The group takes the trip to the enchanted forest with hopes of finding the mysterious voice and discovering the source of Elsa’s powers.
Just like most sequels, Frozen 2 takes on a darker, more intense route. It squeezes in super mature themes, adding a little something for adults. As a parent, you don’t have to worry about this because it balances up the dark scenes with super comedic scenes! Sweet little Olaf, as any Frozen fan would expect, stole half the show with his ridiculousness.
If you’ve watched Frozen, you remember how iconic the song Let It Go was. Even 6 years after, kids still love the song. This makes the audience expect another iconic song from Frozen 2. However, in Frozen 2 every song on the soundtrack is amazing! They all told lovely stories in quality tunes and lyrics, making it tough to tell which might stand out as the sequel’s anthem.
Into the unknown is the most similar song to Let it go, though it doesn’t hit as hard as Let it go does. Other lovely songs include Anna’s The next right thing and Some things never change.
In this sequel, every major character gets a song, including Kristoff! Kristoff’s Lost in the woods takes on a rock tone with a compelling performance that adds a little more spice to the movie.
The one thing viewers might not love about Frozen 2 though is the low sprinkle of magic. Sure it has the magical element here and there as no Frozen movie would be perfect without it! But it isn’t quite enough to satisfy the magic-crazed audience.
Still, this little omission does not stop the sequel from being amazing. Watching Frozen 2 spikes up the excitement and satisfaction of reuniting with family. Here you get to see Elsa with her hair down and in a variety of runway-worthy gowns! We also see her take more control than she did in Frozen, making her a more lovable character.
With Christmas just around the corner, there is no better time to watch Frozen 2 with your loved ones!
Be safe in your travels and thank you for reading and your support. If yu are celebrating a birthday this month, Happy Birthday! Also, if you are celebrating an anniversary this month, happy anniversary and/or friendaversary, haha.
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