Two iconic games by Nintendo, Super Mario Bros. Wonder and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, earn nominations for the Game of the Year award.

Nintendo Expresses Gratitude for Game of the Year Nominations

In the realm of video games, one of the most prestigious distinctions to receive is the Game of the Year award. As such, Nintendo recently took to social media to extend their gratitude to fans and supporters around the world. This comes after two of their games, Super Mario Bros. Wonder and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, were both nominated for this coveted title in the upcoming Game Awards.

Nintendo sent out an uplifting message via their official Nintendo of America Twitter account. The company poured out its appreciation for the recognition, declaring how honoured they feel to have two of their projects nominated for this esteemed award. They also included a heartfelt thank you to everyone who had supported them throughout the year.

The nominated games will be contending with several other highly acclaimed games such as Baldur's Gate 3, Marvel's Spider-Man 2, Resident Evil 4, and Alan Wake 2. Despite the tough competition, fans of Mario and Zelda are eagerly cheering on their favourites. Both of Nintendo's nominees have received numerous other nominations, cementing Nintendo's position as a major contender in this year's awards.

This recognition is no small feat. It comes as a testament to Nintendo's creative prowess, as the company has managed to secure the most nominations of any publisher at The Game Awards this year. The winners will be revealed at the official Game Awards ceremony set to take place on December 7th.

Both Super Mario Bros. Wonder and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom have garnered significant attention and have fans wondering who will end up securing the highly sought-after Game of the Year award. These two games each received five nominations, showing the wide-ranging appreciation for Nintendo's creations.

Intriguing lore, captivating gameplay, and exceptional graphics have always defined both The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros franchises. With the latest entries, Tears of the Kingdom and Super Mario Wonder further elevate the extensive Nintendo universe, as illustrated by their various Game Awards nominations.

Fans of these celebrated franchises are eager to cast their votes and voice their support. Fortunately, voting is made easy through The Game Awards' official website, allowing fans to actively participate in the pressing question of who will be crowned as the Game of the Year.

Regardless of the competition's results, the nominations alone are a great achievement and stand as a testament to Nintendo's enduring popularity and ability to create compelling and multifaceted games. The company's commitment to enjoyable, immersive gameplay continues to resonate with a wide audience, earning Nintendo a deserved spot in the running for Game of the Year.

Continuous support from the gaming community has kept Nintendo at the forefront of the industry. Their appreciation for this support, as expressed in their recent statement, demonstrates Nintendo's dedication to their fans, further cementing their place in people's hearts as a beloved game developer.

As anticipation continues to build towards the prestigious Game Awards, fans are keenly awaiting to find out if their beloved Mario or Zelda will bring home the coveted Game of the Year trophy. Whichever way the awards go, one thing is certain: the excitement, support, and love for these classic characters and their incredible adventures will continue unabated.

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