As voted by you!
Through the month of November, we asked for you to vote for your favourite games of the year. You did (and in incredible numbers – thank you for that), and now it’s time to announce the finalists and the winners. Each day we’ll be revealing a new category.
If there are six games listed, then there was a tie for the 5th finalist in that category.
We’d love to hear what you think about each category, so please do let us know your thoughts in the comments!
This might be a surprise to anyone who hasn’t played Lollipop Chainsaw – after all, from the game’s boxart to its promotional material, Suda’s latest retail release suggests it is nothing more than a cheerleader-and-zombies excuse for sexploitation.
Play it, though, and the game reveals itself to be a very different kind of game. Lollipop Chainsaw’s Juliet Starling denies expectations at every turn to be a real postmodernist hero – a cheerleader who is smarter and more empowered than her peers, and the game itself is from start to finish making fun of anyone who bought it on its marketing campaign.