Just curious to see if/whether anyone from the community is keen to share any of their picks for the steam awards. Im quite often frozen out from these, as i usually wait for a sale and rarely these days do i join the ranks of people who absolutely must have a day 1 purchase. I have made 4 nominations this year though. They are: Best game - They are Billions - not quite sure how this one counts, as it was released late December last year. I guess its because nominations close end of November, so it therefore falls in this year. Anyway, even though only in Beta still - what a Beta it was. Great game and an original twist on the RTS genre. If they can nail the campaign this may turn out to be a classic. Best Studio - 11bit studios - I was a big fan of this war is mine. And Frost Punk is a pretty solid entry into the strategy arena. But the main reason i chose them is that they included a DLC in their season pass whereby all the money made would be donated to a charity that provides support to children affected by war. Which i thought was a nice touch. Labour of Love - No mans sky - Slightly ironic that this was many peoples picks last year as most disappointing game of 2017. After their disastrous launch, and absolute panning they received by reviewers, i think it would have been easy to just take the money and run. But to their credit, they seem to have been beavering away at this over the past year. And it is now something approaching what was originally promised. And i think that is commendable. Best alternate history - I have read quite a bit on Wolfensteins alternate history. And it does intrigue me quite a bit i must be honest - even though i rarely go in for FPSs these days. Im waiting for a sale before i get, but im getting it primarily for that reason. So it takes the prize.