The Destructoid Awards! The Best Games of 2010, Part 1

It's that time of the year -- the Destructoid Show Awards Show are HERE! Jonathan, Tara, and everyone at the Destructoid Show take a look back at 2010, and give thanks to the games that stood out. On part 1 of a two part spectacular, we give out awards for the best graphics, the best co-op experience, the best virtual acting, the hardest to put down, the best storytelling, the biggest disappointment, and the Destructoid.com GAME OF THE YEAR. Who will come out the big winner? Red Dead Redemption? Mass Effect 2? Super Mario Galaxy 2? Enslaved? Super Meat Boy? Watch and find out who walks away with the Golden Helmet!

The first annual Destructoid Show Awards Show 2010 (part 1) is here! Is your favorite game a big winner?

In part 1 of this two part awards extravaganza, the categories are: Best Polygon-Based Graphics, Best Non-Polygon-Based Graphics, Best Co-Op Experience, Best Virtual Acting, Hardest to Put Down, Best Storytelling, Biggest Disappointment, and GAME OF THE YEAR.

Some of the most-nominated games were Red Dead Redemption, Mass Effect 2, Super Meat Boy, Super Mario Galaxy 2, and Enslaved. Did we leave out your favorite game? Disagree with all of our awards? Let us know in the comments?

To find out which game wins our most-coveted category (the Reader's Choice Award), be sure to tune in to part 2 on Wednesday.

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