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2023 Vidya Gaem Awards Airing March 9

Save the date: The 2023 Vidya Gaem Awards (/v/GAs) will air on March 9.

Taking inspiration from JRPGs like Lunar, Final Fantasy, and RPG Maker, the 2023 Vidya Gaem Awards will serve as an Award Show-themed RPG that is designed to be playable in video form.

Categories include the “Least Worst Award” for least worst game of the year, the “Most Hated Award” for most hated game of the year, and the “Diamond in the Rough Award” for best game nobody played.

In addition to the awards themselves, The 2023 Vidya Gaem Awards will also feature preshow mixes, indie trailers, and more from the community.

The Vidya Gaem Awards have no sponsors and take no donations, with the work done by a group of volunteers.

See what’s to come with the trailer below:

2023 Vidya Gaem Awards Trailer

The Japanese version of the trailer can be seen below:

The 2023 Vidya Gaem Awards categories can be seen on their official website – they will also soon feature a countdown there as well. “Gaemers” can also tune in on YouTube, Twitch, X (formerly Twitter), and Kick.

Source: Press Release
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