Cuphead dominates Steam Awards 2017, PUBG Gets Mom’s Spaghetti as expected

Steam Awards 2017 is finished, and the winners are announced. While everyone would’ve thought that some of the titles are with no reason up there, I wouldn’t support the same. For example, Cuphead has deserved all of the fame and popularity since its release. The “Even Better than I Expected” award went to Cuphead, which gives us a reason to believe the opposite of just a lame and a seasonal title.

If you did not know, you as a human being could’ve taken part in all the votes regarding Steam Awards, and nothing is surprising in the results. Valve has announced the winners based on that, so there’s no room for an argument. Steam Awards 2017 winners have earned the votes completely. Every listed game is duly successful, and PUBG’s Mom’s Spaghetti award was more than expected.

Even if the nominees were not quite balanced, Steam’s community has decided to pick up the following winners:

The “Choices Matter” Award:

  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The “Mom’s Spaghetti” Award:

  • Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds

The “Labor of Love” Award:

  • Warframe

The “Suspension of Disbelief” Award:

  • Rocket League

The “The World is Grim Enough Let’s Just All Get Along” Award:

  • Stardew Valley

The “No Apologies” Award:

  • The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director’s Cut

The “Defies Description” Award:

  • Garry’s Mod

The “Cry Havoc and Let Slip The Dogs of War” Award:

  • Just Cause 3

The “Haunts My Dreams” Award:

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

The “Soul of Vitruvius” Award:

  • Rise of the Tomb Raider

The “Whoooaaaaaaa, Dude! 2.0” Award:

  • The Evil Within 2

The “Best Soundtrack” Award:

  • Cuphead

The “Even Better Than I Expected” Award:

  • Cuphead

As you can notice, The Witcher and Cuphead have won a double. It has been quite a fun witnessing such an event and finding out what people think of different games.

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Angel Kicevski

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