It is a tradition at every major trade show for our DualShockers Awards to include a Reader’s Choice Award, voted by you, to honor the favorite game among our readers. Of course, Tokyo Game Show is no exception, so it’s time to express your preference
After all, it isn’t very fun if we choose everything ourselves, and it’s an absolute fact that there are a whole lot more of you than there is of us.
Since we respect and cherish diversity of games and development cultures, we also thought that it wouldn’t be fair to limit your choices to just a few nominees, so we included as many games as we possibly could fit in the list (and we remember about). This includes western games that were featured at the show and games that were showcased during Sony’s pre-TGS PlayStation Lineup Tour, as cheesy as that fake DualShock starship was.
This means that to find your favorite game in the survey below, you may need to do some serious scrolling. In order to keep things fair, the order in which the games are presented is completely random.
To limit spam, you’ll be asked to log in with a Google account. If you don’t have one, creating it is quite easy and very quick.
Voting will be closed at 2:00 PM Japan Time on Saturday, September 22nd. This means that you only have a few hours to vote since we wanted to give as many developers as possible time to do their reveals before starting.
Since this award represents the voice and taste of our readers, it is without a doubt the most important that we’re going to deliver. Basically, it’s the “true” DualShockers’ Game of the Show award. Experience teaches me that it’s also the award that developers appreciate the most, so choose wisely and make your vote count.
Incidentally, don’t forget to click on “submit” at the bottom of the list, or your answer won’t be registered. In case you change your mind, you can also change your answer as long as it’s before the voting deadline.
Now that you know what this is all about, it’s time to jump below (or here if you prefer a full-screen and mobile-friendly version) and vote in the survey. Do feel free to let us know what you voted for and why in the comments.
You can also check out the results of last year’s DualShockers Tokyo Game Show Awards, which saw the well-deserved triumph of Monster Hunter World.