It’s that time of year again, where we roll out the red carpet and celebrate the best that 2020 has offered us. In a year that has otherwise been so terrible, the fact that we’ve had a steady stream of such excellent games to play has been nothing but a relief.
It really has been a great year for games, from the big blockbusters right down to the most humble of projects. We’ve had surprises that have come out of nowhere, and long-anticipated games that have managed to meet and exceed our expectations when we’ve finally got our hands on them.
This year, for the DDNet awards, we have 16 different categories to recognise, and as we always do. As much as we love the consoles, we also can’t deny that the PC has its very own set of benefits as a platform. It offers versatility, an expansive range of outlets to buy and play games, and that opens up creative opportunities. From the most indie games on itch.io right through to the one version of Cyberpunk 2077 that wasn’t so broken that it needed to be pulled from sale, the PC is the place to go for a sheer variety of experiences.
Of course, we very much welcome your own picks for each category, so be sure to let us know your thoughts, and we’ll see you tomorrow for the next category!