It's no Academy Awards, but the Game Awards has slowly become at least the closest thing the games industry has to it.
If you're not lucky enough to be attending the event in person, you can catch all of the Game Awards action live on nearly every streaming platform. The Game Awards are taking place tomorrow night, and host Geoff Keighley has been teasing announcements and special guests for the past few days now, but his latest reveal goes a little too far in my opinion.
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If you're not able to use the above YouTube stream, you can also follow along on Twitch, Twitter, Facebook and just about anything else that streams video tonight. The Game Awards will be streamed in 4K. The games nominated for 2018's Game of the Year award include Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Celeste, God of War, Marvel's Spider-Man, Monster Hunter: World and Red Dead Redemption 2. You can see all the available streaming platforms on the The Game Awards website. MP1st will also have the show's announcements and reveals right here as it happens.
Many, many people use the rebuttal that you're simply buying into a publisher's hype machine by tuning into these sorts of shows and fuelling the likes of pre-orders, but I simply can not help it. But what could we be doing after or before the show? There are also teases from Obsidian and even a glimpse of Splinter Cell 's Sam Fisher can be seen in a hype video for the awards ceremony. Are you excited to watch The Game Awards this year? Keighley has promised at least 10 new game announcements this year. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.