Pokémon GO, Pokémon Quest, Detective Pikachu and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate nominated for 2018 Golden Joystick Awards

The 36th Golden Joystick Awards are set to take place on November 16 at London’s Bloomsbury Big Top. The entire event will be livestreamed, so you may want to tune in to see which of your favorite game comes out on top. A number Pokémon-related titles have been nominated, including Pokémon GO, Pokémon Quest, Detective Pikachu and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate:

Still Playing

Destiny 2
Final Fantasy 14
Hearthstone
Overwatch
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
Pokemon GO
Rainbow Six Siege
Warframe
World of Tanks
World of Warcraft

Mobile Game of the Year

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
Donut County
Florence
Fortnite
GNOG
Gorogoa
Million Onion Hotel
PUBG Mobile
Pokémon Quest
Reigns: Her Majesty

Nintendo Game of the Year

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
De Blob 2
Detective Pikachu
Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze
Hollow Knight
Mario Tennis Aces
Nintendo Labo
Octopath Traveller
WarioWare Gold

Most Wanted Game

Anthem
Battlefield 5
Control
Cyberpunk 2077
Death Stranding
Doom Eternal
Dreams
Ghost of Tsushima
Kingdom Hearts 3
Metro Exodus
Ooblets
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Super
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
The Last of Us Part 2

Key dates to remember:

  • The Golden Joystick Award categories and shortlist will be announced on Friday 21st September, with public voting commencing that night.
  • The public vote closes on Thursday 25th October.
  • The Awards take place on Friday 16th November at London’s Bloomsbury Big Top, the entire event will also be livestreamed.

Source: ResetEra.com

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