Now Accepting SAGY 2011 Suggestions!

Posted on November 28, 2011 - 1:49am by Craig

With December right around the corner it's time for the 2011 Shitty Ass Game of the Year Awards.  This year's SAGY's will be broken down into six catergories:

Worst 360 Exclusive, Worst PS3 Exclusive, Worst Wii Exclusive, Worst Multiplatform Game, Worst Handheld Game and Worst Downloadable Game.  Now before place your suggestions in the comments below I wanted to give you the rundown as to what falls into each category.  Keep in mind that any game you suggest has to have been released between January 1st, 2011 and December 1st, 2011.

Worst 360/PS3/Wii Exclusive

This category is obviously geared towards games that were developed just for their respective console.  They can't be released on other consoles and must be a "disc" game - not downloadable.

Worst Multiplatform Game

These games were released on more than one console.  It may have been released earlier on one console than another but it was intended to be released on multiple consoles all along.

Worst Handheld Game

This categoy is designed for games on the DS, 3DS, PSP and any other "mainstream" gaming portable INCLUDING iOS devices (ie - smart phones).  The also have to be made by "professional companies" - no homebrew games.  The SAGY's are designed to laugh at the professional crap not poke fun at the little guys.

Worst Downloadable Game

Like the Handheld category, this downloadable game has to be made by a "professional company".  We realize there's A LOT of crap on Indie Marketplaces - maybe we'll have a special honorably mention for that.  The general rule of thumb is that we're looking for games that have officially been rated by the ESRB.

 

Alrighty! Let's hear those suggestions!  While we'd like to think we've played everything in 2011, we know that's just impossible to your input is crazy important to getting the SAGYs right!

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