DarkCast Ep. 59 Part 3: Games of the Year – Platform Awards

DarkCast Ep. 59 Part 3: Games of the Year – Platform Awards

Happy New Year! We're kicking off 2013 with the conclusion of Darkstation's annual Game of the Year Podcast. In this episode we're discussing platform awards and hallowed GAME OF THE YEAR award. If you missed Part 1, check it out here. If you missed Part 2, it can be found here.

I hope everyone had a great time ringing in the new year and please enjoy this podcast as your sober up and prepare to go back to the grind. But enough talk, we have awards to give out!

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Biggest Surprise of 2012

#2: Tokyo Jungle #1 (Tied): Sleeping Dogs & The Walking Dead

Wii U Exclusive of 2012

#2: NintendoLand #1: ZombiU

Xbox 360 Exclusive of 2012

#3: Spelunky #2: Fez #1: Halo 4

PS3 Exclusive of 2012

#2 (Tied): MLB 12: The Show, Dyad & Tokyo Jungle#1: Journey

PC Exclusive of 2012

#2 (Tied): Torchlight II & Hotline Miami #1: Diablo III

Best Handheld Game of 2012 (3DS, DS, Vita, PSP)

#2 (Tied): Need for Speed Most Wanted & Gravity Rush #1: Persona 4 Golden

iOS/Android Game of 2012

#1 (Tied): Angry Birds Star Wars & The Room & Rayman Jungle Run

3rd Party Game of 2012

#3: Spec Ops: The Line #1 (Tied): Walking Dead & X-COM Enemy Unknown

Biggest Disappointment of 2012

#3: Halo 4 #2: Dishonored #1: Assassin’s Creed III

Worst Game of 2012

#1: Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified

GAME OF THE YEAR 2012

#3 (Tied): Fez, Max Payne 3, Hotline Miami, Thomas Was Alone, Spec Ops The Line, Darksiders 2 & Assassin’s Creed 3 #2 (Tied): X-COM Enemy Unknown, Mass Effect 3 & Journey #1: The Walking Dead

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Jonathan is the host of the DarkCast, DarkCast Interviews, and Gamers Read. He loves books, video games, and superheroes. If he had to pick favorites, they would be Welcome to the Monkey House, Mass Effect, and Superman respectively.