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EDGE has elected its GOTY 2022, God of War Ragnarok is excluded from the Top 10

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EDGE has elected its GOTY 2022, God of War Ragnarok is excluded from the Top 10.

The new issue of  Edge has arrived and brings with it the usual 2022 Awards which assign the Game of the Year for the first time with equal merit to two titles: Elden Ring and Immortality. Excluding, however, God of War: Ragnarok, the new chapter of the Norse epic of Katros and Atreus which instead hoarded awards during this year’s The Game Awards. Let ‘s see ranking of the best games of the year 2022 according to the magazine:

 
  1. Elden Ring and Immortality –  Game of the Year
  2. Pentiment
  3. Neon White
  4. Roadwarden
  5. Hardspace: Shipbreaker
  6. Poinpy
  7. Gran Turismo 7
  8. Windjammers 2
  9. Bayonet 3

Among other awards, we also point out that of the Publisher of the Year awarded to Nintendo and the Studio of the Year to FromSoftware. Let’s see in more detail the winners of the different categories of the prizes awarded by Edge:

  • Publisher of the year: Nintendo
  • Best Visual Design: Elden Ring
  • Best Audio: Tunic
  • Best Performance: Charlotte Mohlin (Immortality)
  • Best Hardware: Steam Deck
  • Best Soundtrack: We Are OFK
  • Study of the year: From Software

Staying on the subject of awards, we remind you that Elden Ring , the epic soulslike open world from FromSoftware also triumphed in the Game of The Year category at The Game Awards 2022. In our review, we praised the splendid work done by the team underlining that “Elden ring is the highest point ever reached by FromSoftware. A new way of conceiving the genre that marks the beginning of a new and disruptive era for Miyazaki’s team. Enhanced by an enlightened art direction and an unprecedented approach to exploration that enhances and intensifies the player’s sense of discovery and freedom, the title returns familiar elements and sensations to fans, managing to make the most of all the potential of the new open context world. Net of some rather marked inaccuracies on the technical front, Elden Ring is even more majestic, richer and more satisfying than we could have ever imagined. A playful, intense and all-encompassing experience that we won’t forget for a long, long time. 

  • EDGE #380 – GOTY plus reviews for Midnight Suns, Pokémon, Callisto and more (resetera.com)
 

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