Here it is! The big finale! The climactic closing to our two part awards show special (in case you missed it, here's part one). In this episode we have even more special guest stars, including game developers, game characters, Jim Sterling, Scott Stapp, Hamza Aziz, his alter ego "Ham", other Destructoid personalities, and even a birch or two. It's quite a wild ride.
As far as categories go, we cover Best DLC, Best Musical Score, Most Improved Series, Best New Intellectual Property, Best Remake/Revival, Best Competitive Experience, Most Surprising Announcement, and the all important Reader's Choice Award. If you were sad that one of your favorite games wasn't mentioned in part one, be sure to check out this installment. You might be pleased with what you see.
Speaking of sad, I'm sad to announce that this episode marks my final scheduled appearance as co-host of The Destructoid Show. I can't say for sure what will happen in the long-term, but for for now, I have responsibilities here on the east coast that restrict me from making regular appearances on this program (which is shot in California). I plan to stay as involved with the show as possible though, so if you know what's good for you, you better treat Max Scoville (the show's new co-host) with the respect that he deserves. Otherwise, I may have to start a new regular segment on the show about how annoyed I am at you for being mean to poor old Max.
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