READERS’ VOTE: 2014 Game of the Year – Finals

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

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The oprainfall Awards | Readers' Game of the Year Finals

The votes are in. We have the results for what you decided are the ten best games of 2014. In alphabetical order, here they are, the finalists for the 2014 oprainfall Readers’ Game of the Year:

Bayonetta 2 - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Bayonetta 2

Bravely Default - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Bravely Default

Chronicles of a Dark Lord - Episode II: War of the Abyss - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Chronicles of a Dark Lord – Episode 2: War of the Abyss

Hyrule Warriors - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Hyrule Warriors

Mario Kart 8 - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Mario Kart 8

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Shovel Knight - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Shovel Knight

Slinki - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Slinki

Super Smash Bros. 3DS - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

Super Smash Bros. Wii U - Readers' GOTY Finalist

  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U

We are less than one week away from the beginning of the 2014 oprainfall Awards, with the Readers’ Game of the Year announcement coming on Thursday. This means that you will have until Wednesday night to cast your vote for the game you believe was the top game for this year. Happy voting!

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Click here to see the full results of the preliminary vote.

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