By: Robert S. Mueller, Ars Technicom staffThis year’s awards show is shaping up to be another high-profile affair for game journalism, as some of the best and most widely-read games of 2018 are coming together in one hall of awards.
While we’ll see the best titles from every industry, and every genre, we also have some of our favorite games that are getting their due.
The biggest game awards of 2018 came from video game companies, but there were plenty of other games making their way into the spotlight.
Here’s a look at the games that really grabbed our attention.
BEST STORYLINE This year saw a lot of interesting stories in the games industry.
There were games that dealt with personal and political issues that touched on important issues of our time.
We saw a wide range of stories, and the awards were filled with stories from both sides.
A good example of this was the Hugo Awards, which were awarded to three short stories that won the best short story award, and one of those was “The Girl Who Lived”.
In that story, the main character is a young girl who lives in a world where she has been forced to live with a man named Roxy.
She learns a great deal about herself and her own worth, and ultimately finds her place in the world.
We saw a number of other short stories win prizes, including “Breathe,” a short story about a man who can breathe underwater, and “The Man Who Made Me,” a story about the development of an experimental drug.
The most notable awards of the year were the best graphic novel and best novel awards.
Both were the culmination of many years of work, as the writers behind the graphic novels worked on a series of stories that became one of the most critically acclaimed novels of 2018.
These awards were mostly made up of traditional prizes, but we also saw some surprises.
The Hugo Awards also saw a new category, which is “Best Fan Art”.
This is a category that traditionally only saw awards for artists who work for fans, and for this year’s nominees, there were no such restrictions.
Another surprise came from the Best Game of the Year category.
We had a few favorites this year, but it was really the best of the bunch.
“Tomb Raider” is a game that combines elements of adventure and puzzle solving with the classic Lara Croft and her loyal crew.
“The Walking Dead” is the first game in the series that’s not about a post-apocalyptic world, and it’s also one of our favorites.
The award was presented by “The Independent Game Awards”, and it was a great surprise.
It was a big year for gaming and video games, with an incredible year of awards and accolades.
It was a huge honor to work with so many people in our industry, including our award-winning award-winner for our video game journalism award, Mark Kern.
Congratulations to all of our winners!