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2012 Showies: Nominate your Game of the Year

If the Showies are known for one thing it's bucking the trend when it comes to game of the year. Sure the VGA's can try to ruin GOTY awards by giving it to The Walking Dead, but The Showies did that long ago. How could you forget the PSP Hamster game from the first annual showies? It was so shocking that AustinD left the show right after the announcement.

This year should be no different. Nominate the game that you think needs to be The Showies GOTY. Leave a comment below or use the hashtag #2012ShowiesGOTY. I can't put into words what my GOTY is, so I will just link to a video like most of my other posts.

 

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