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I watch this show more because of the World Premieres than the awards itself.



Alex_The_Hedgehog said:

I watch this show more because of the World Premieres than the awards itself.

This was me in the past, nowadays I dont even watch them, just wait for the content drops on news sites like Gematsu.



    

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I'm only there for new game reveals tbh, most of the time, the games I want to win don't win or don't even show up for any sort of award, so I gave up entirely on that dept.

TGA is just there to let the usual AAA's win and the most lauded indie game, that's about it. 

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Dunno, TGA is top tier trash, awards do not matter, were going to like what we like, and all the awards do is fuel fire for fanboys.



They had some decent reveals so i'm mildly looking forward to it.



Alex_The_Hedgehog said:

I watch this show more because of the World Premieres than the awards itself.

 Not been a lot of that either last few years. TGA's are worthless now.



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Watched the show in 2020. Never again.



I give it a chance every year. Albeit as a Nintendo fans my expectations are hopes are, perhaps, skewed against it a tad unfairly.



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