Monthly Summary: December 2020

Here we are with the final post of the year. 2020 has been quite a year and I’m sure a lot of us will be glad to see the back of it, but it has had it’s upside for gaming. I’ve managed to get through a fair bit of my backlog (66 games to be exact) which I plan to continue with next year.

I’m feeling a little miserable right now as I’ll be seeing the New Year without WesleyWhale for the first time in 8 years, so it’s not like 2021 is going to get the best start, but I hope to start some new games during yet another lockdown next week… I’ll be posting my Top Games of 2020 list next week to completely end the year once and for all, but for now, let’s take a look at what December had to offer.

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The End of Year Gaming Tag [2020]

With 2020 pretty much over now, I decided to do the End of Year Gaming Tag to round off the year. I first saw this idea from McKenna over at McKenna Talks About Games and thought it was a fantastic way to end the 2020 gaming year before starting fresh in 2021.

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Seriously Geeky Sundays: 2020 in Fandoms

Welcome to the last Seriously Geeky Sunday of the year! I know it’s technically Monday now, but we’re all stuck in that confusing time between Christmas and New Year where no one really knows what day it is anyway…

This week is all about the highlights of 2020 in Fandoms, so I’ll be taking a look back at some of the most standout points of my year. I’ve got review posts lined up for the next few days, so it’s going to be pretty hectic over here as we say “good riddance” to 2020.

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The Steam Awards 2020: Nominations

The 1st of December marked the closing date for The Steam Awards nominations! This first stage required Steam users to nominate games released during 2020 for a number of different categories which I will list below with a short description alongside the game I chose. During the Winter Sale (which is usually between Christmas and New Year), users will be able to vote from a selection of the most popular games nominated for each category with the overall winners being announced on the 3rd of January.

There are a few extra categories this year which is unfortunate for me as I haven’t played even half as many new releases this year as I did last year (even though I completed nearly twice as many games). Without delaying it any further, here are my nominations for The Steam Awards 2020!

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