The Destructoid Awards! The Best Games of 2010, Part 2


The Destructoid Awards! The Best Games of 2010, Part 2

Part two of our epic conclusion to the Destructoid Show Awards Show is here. Today we run down the best DLC, the best score, the most improved series, the most surprising announcement and our most prestigious award, the coveted READER'S CHOICE. Who will walk home with the Golden Helmet? Will it be Halo: Reach, Mass Effect 2, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Black Ops, Assassins: Creed Brotherhood, or will a dark horse(steed) steal the show? Watch to find out, and be sure to let us know YOUR game of the year in the comments.

The first annual Destructoid Show Awards Show 2010 (part 2) is here! Is your favorite game a big winner?

In part 2 of this two part awards extravaganza, the categories are: Best DLC, Best Score, Most Improved Series, Best New IP, Best Remake/Revival, Best Competitive Experience, Most Surprising Announcement, and READER'S CHOICE.

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?

Aside form a bevy of great games, this year was pretty crazy on the news side. We saw the announcement (for real this time) of Duke Nukem Forever, the shocking revelation that Inafune has left Capcom, and saw Treyarch take the reins as a 100% Call of Duty Studio.

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