- Each voting panel member selects 5 of their favourite nominated games (each selection is worth 1 point)
- Each voting panel member selects their most favourite game from their selection (extra point awarded to that game)
- Where games get the same amount of points then their rank is determined by the number of times that they are voted as the most favourite. If titles are still tied after this, then RGN uses its discretion to rank the games.
Game Eligibility Period:
A game must have received a general release from 16 December 2021 to 18 December 2022.
Al Smith (Gamer), Alessandro Scuderi (Twitch/Youtube), Alex II Buono Wolter (Gamer), Andrew Fisher (Zzap!64 & SID Musician), Ant Stiller (Reset64/Coder), BastichB 64K (Youtube/Podcaster), Christian Dobi (Viper’s RetroGames Videos), Cody Hoffman (Pixel Gaiden podcast), Commodoreblog (Twitter), David Simmons (Onslaught/Zzap!64), Gabor Harsfalvi (Commodore 64 Gaming News), Joesph Tsai (Gamer), Kevin Gonzales (Gamer/Everything C64), Louie Dimovski (RGN), Lukasz Bobrecki (Bobr.Games), Oliver Kolarevski (Gamer), Olivier Cappelaere (Commodre 64 Mania), Pavel Monka (K&A Plus Magazine), Richard McManus (Gamer), Ricki Sickenger (Coder), Robin Hogg (Zzap!64).
|GAME||PRIMARY SELECTION||FAVOURITE GAME||TOTAL|
|Eye of the Beholder||11||7||18|
|Sonic the Hedgehog||13||2||15|
|Lykia – The Lost Island||11||3||14|
|Robot Jet Action||7||3||10|
|Knights and Slimes||8||1||9|
|Empire Strikes Back||8||0||8|
|POLAR BEAR IN SPACE!||4||2||6|
|Pik n Mix||2||0||2|
|Gold Quest 6||0||0||0|
2 thoughts on “RGN C64 Gamers’ Choice Award 2022”
All of you 16 guys who didn’t include Puzzle Bobble: you have no taste.
It is a very fun arcade game, and a great port. No comparison to the accessibility and playability to some of the games above it. It should have at least been in the top 10 somewhere, no question about that.
It certainly was a major surprise to me that Puzzle Bobble failed to crack the top 10. It was top 5 for me without a doubt. But I guess that is the beauty of having a poll of some sorts to determine these types of Awards instead of just one person – it minimises strong biases due to singular preferences.