Colorful chaos and relationship problems: The co-op adventure “It Takes Two” was named Game of the Year at “The Game Awards 2021” in 2021.
The basics in brief
- Last night, a number of titles were selected for “The Game Awards 2021”.
- “It Takes Two” was the final game of the year.
- In addition, the title was honored as the best family game and the best multiplayer game.
On the night of December 10th, “The Game Awards” was presented again. Every year the best video games of the year are awarded in different categories. Evening Cleanser is the cooperative adventure “It Takes Two”.
In it, players slip into the roles of May and Cody, who have been turned into dolls. The couple must band together to free themselves from this predicament and return to their daughter Rosie.
“It Takes Two” can prove itself against big names like “Resident Evil Village” and “Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart” exclusive to PS5. He also nominated “Diethloop”.and “Metroid Dread” and “Psychonauts 2”. In addition, the title was honored as the best family game and the best multiplayer game.
Winners in other important categories
For this, “Deathloop” was awarded in the “Best Game Direction” and “Artistic Direction” category. “Returnal” can claim to be the best action game, “Metroid Dread” is the best action adventure and “Tales of Arise” is the best role-playing game. “Guilty Gear -Strive-” fights for the throne of the fighting game. “Age of Empires IV” wins in the Strategy category and the racing game “Forza Horizon 5” wins in Sports.
Best Game Award that deals with social issues, receives “Life is Strange: True Colors”. Meanwhile, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy movie was awarded for Best Story. “Kena: Bridge of Spirits” advances in indie and debut games, and “Genshin Impact” is the best mobile game. The best esports title is “League of LegendsThe most anticipated video game for next year is Elden Ring.
Best Performance by a Voice Actor or Actor goes to Maggie Robertson as Mrs. Dimitrescu in “Resident Evil Village”. She asserts herself among other things against “Breaking Bad” star Giancarlo Esposito (63, “Far Cry 6”).
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