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Let's Get It Started: 2012 Showies


It's almost that time of year again. Yes the Annual Showies awards! Watch this space for posts on the categories, how to nominate, how to vote and when the showies will be going down. This could be the biggest and badest showies awards that we have ever had. It's time to get hyped. This year we will be using the site as well as twitter to make sure the word gets out. So help with the hype and start using the hashtag #2012Showies on every tweet to post.

Like years in the past podcast hosts from around the globe are invited in this one a year celebration of the video game industry. Favorites from shows like The TPSNFL Update, ThePlayStationShow.com Podcast, Everything Burrito, BZTP, TpSUK and The Boom Podcast. Be on the lookout for nomination posts going up around Thanksgiving and voting to start around the first week in December, with the Showies happening around the first of the new year,

This will be an event you won't want to miss so remember to watch this space for all your 2012 Showie news

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