Good evening ladies, and gentlemen, and plumbers, and princesses, to the (late) NintyBuzz Awards 2015. In December, we set our readers the task to vote for their favourite games against different categories to win some not so prestigious awards!
They chose the most beautiful, the most unique, the best Nindie, and oh so much more. So without further delay, let the awards begin… after the break!
Most Beautiful Game 2015
The following game is perceived as the most beautiful game made for the Wii U or 3DS in the last year. The following game was essentially unanimous, and we can see why. The huge world boasts incredible and beautiful landscape and is probably the most good looking game on any Nintendo console to date (in our opinion). The Most Beautiful Game 2015 award goes to…
XENOBLADE CHRONICLES X (WII U)
Best Story 2015
This award is for the Nintendo game this year which clearly has the best story. Though the following was actually released more than ten years ago, it was remade for the 3DS in early 2015. It was a close call between two other games, yet this game clearly stood out a bit more with it’s dark story and emotional characters. the Best Story 2015 award goes to…
THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: MAJORA’S MASK 3D (3DS)
Best Mario Game 2015
It was Super Mario’s 30th Anniversary, so we thought we would ask people what their favourite Mario game was of this year. This Mario game is the ultimate dream for any Mario fan or for those with a creative spark. I’m sure you can probably guess without any further description, so I shall just get on with it. The Best Mario Game 2015 Award goes to…
SUPER MARIO MAKER (WII U)
Most Unique Game 2015
This game is a game that you readers thought were the most unique, something you have never seen before. This game is definitely worthy of this award, as it single handedly redefined the genre with a fresh take, there is pretty much nothing else like it. The Most Unique Game 2015 award goes to…
SPLATOON (WII U)
Surprising Gem 2015
This game was most likely up for scrutiny when first announced, or people approached it with caution, yet it ended up being an awesome game. And awesome it was, so awesome that this is the second award it has won. I myself wasn’t sure about the game when Nintendo first showed it off, but once I got my hands on the demo at EGX 2014, I fell in love with it. The Surprising Gem 2015 award goes to…
SPLATOON (WII U)
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