Dive into a few of the biggest and most interesting game industry news stories, hand-picked from across the world of games, from the last week. Two of the most impactful stories from last week, The Games Awards and the launch of Cyberpunk 2077, take the lead, followed by stories about Razer and next year’s SEA Games, climate change and an up-close look at miniaturized classic arcade games!
- The Winners and Reveals from The Game Awards
- Cyberpunk 2077 Launches to Mostly Critical Acclaim, Heavy Player Criticisms
- Razer Takes Lead Role at the 2021 SEA Games
- Benchmarking New Games Consoles by Their Carbon Footprint
- The Detail-Oriented World of Miniature Arcades
The Winners and Reveals from The Game Awards
Did you miss out on The Game Awards? No worries at all — CNET breaks down the winners, trailers, and the biggest reveals and announcements from last week’s online Game Awards event:
“While The Game Awards is primarily focused on doling out awards to the top games in any given year, the event has also become known for its surprise announcements and reveals. Similar to E3, The Game Awards features a number of major “world premieres” where game developers announce their upcoming games, or showcase brand new trailers for some of their previously-announced projects.
The Game Awards 2020 featured a number of big and surprising announcements. This included the next DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, some of the new crossover content coming to Fortnite, some brand new gameplay reveals, and some surprising trailers.”
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