With its exceptional features, engaging writing, beautiful graphics, captivating music and balanced gameplay, Hades deserves to be named “Game of the Year” at the 10th annual New York Game Awards. The 10th New York Game Awards, hosted by the New York Video Game Critics Circle, was hosted by Harold Goldberg, editor-in-chief of the NYVGCC, and Reggie Fils-Aime, former president of Nintendo of America, who also participated in the industry roundtable. But that’s not all for Aida: He also won a total of five awards, including Best Screenplay, Best Music and Best Independent Game. After winning “Best Indie Film” and “Best Action Movie” at the Game Awards last month, the New York Game Awards went a step further and was named Game of the Year. Nintendo games were barely nominated here, with the exception of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which won Best Kids Game. Don’t get me wrong, Hades is a very good game, no doubt, but it didn’t deserve all those awards, especially in the competition. Logan Cunningham also won the award for Best Actor in a Game for his roles as Lord Hades, Poseidon, Achilles, Charon the Storyteller and Asterius. Okay, it’s a good game, but in my opinion, Dead Cells is better than Hades. Are you glad Hades won game of the year? Do you think the other game deserved the award? Tell us below. Katsuya Eguchi, one of the creators, said of the game’s target audience, “Anyone with family, friends, boyfriend or girlfriend who wants to play happily ever after. give the game a chance! And I have to admit, the game made me explode!!!!!. With each death and each return, the main character has something new. It seems a little uninformed and ignorant to give the name “best kids game” to a game that is mostly played by adults and is for everyone. I’m glad I made myself clear. I thought Animal Crossing was a game for kids.