While you’ve probably already thrown away those ridiculous 2011 glasses from New Year’s Eve, the internet is still working on naming their favorites from 2010. Favorite songs? Check! Top Movies? Done! Best Interactive Dog Toys? For my money, you can’t beat Nina Ottosson’s Trubble Dog Puzzle Toy!!
And as you’d expect, there’s plenty of talk on the best games of 2010. Fallout New Vegas is definitely getting attention, including Game of the Year honors from Softpedia, Beefjack, Wikia, and GameBosh/Mirror.co.uk. The game also received honors at:
Quick congrats to to SureAI, the German mod team responsible for Nehrim: At Fate’s Edge. This week the project was honored by ModDB.com as the Best Singleplayer Mod for 2010. It’s nice to see their team recognized for the hard work put into this project.
As noted last week, there’s a new iOS update for RAGE and RAGE HD up on iTunes. To learn more about the update, watch the trailer above. Even with the update, both RAGE and RAGE HD are still priced at $.99 and $1.99, respectively.
Additionally, in the past week, Time.com’s Techland has had a couple features on the game. Head there to read Evan Narcisse’s quick-look preview, as well as an interview with Richard Ham and Paul Wedgwood.
Every year a group of select game journalists judge the best that E3 has to offer. This year, RAGE was nominated for an impressive five Game Critics Awards, making it the most-nominated game of any at the show.
But that’s not all, as today it won three of those categories, which also made it the most-awarded game of E3 2010. The three awards include “Best Console Game,” “Best Action Game” and the “Special Commendation for Graphics.”
It’s been more than a week since the last game journalist vacated the LA Convention Center (rumors of some being trapped inside have yet to be confirmed), but the E3 coverage continues to make it’s way online for your reading pleasure.
E3 offered a first chance for many to get their hands on New Vegas. Among the eager, first-time players was Atomic Gamer’s Jeff Buckland. Here’s an excerpt from his preview…
“For those who are wondering whether Obsidian was able to make a brand new experience in the style of Fallout 3, the hour or so I spent with the game makes it seem like everything is pretty much in order. But it’s the new elements as well as the renewed interest, two years after Fallout 3, which gets me more excited.”
For more hands-on impressions, as well as accolades for the game at the show, hit the jump below.