Valve has revealed the winners of 2019’s Steam Awards, and From Software’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has walked away with the Game of the Year honors. Sekiro beat out Resident Evil 2, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Destiny 2, and Devil May Cry 5 in voting for the title. This award isn’t a huge surprise – Sekiro did chart well in our own Games of the Year editorial polling as well, taking third place on our list. But some of Steam’s other awards are perhaps a bit puzzling. Let’s run through them, shall we? VR Game of the Year was awarded to Beat Saber, which was a gimme: Beat Saber was up against Blade & Sorcery, Gorn, Borderlands 2 VR, and Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted, none of which have the massive reach and popularity that Beat Saber has built up over the last year in particular. Labor of Love is where we get some controversy, however, because that prize went to Grand Theft Auto V. Sure, there’s been a lot of great new content for GTA Online this year, but when it’s up against dynamos like Warframe, Rainbow Six Siege, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Dota 2? Much harder to justify, in my book at least.
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