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Voting started: An annual community game award thing.
« on: February 28, 2009, 01:39:48 PM »
The voting period for the Misaos awards has started; it's an annual community game awards hosted by RM Network (a pretty cool community) - pretty much the "largest" (relatively) RM annual award around. Last year Quintessence did unexpectedly well (perhaps a bit too well, but that's another story). This year, the officially informed participant communities (RMN, GamingW etc.) are all pretty much RM2k3 based. I don't expect anything, but figured that the potential publicity generated from the event could bring in some fellow members (I remember some of ya around here discovered the project from last year's Misaos).

Anyone can vote, simply go to this page:

http://www.rpgmaker.net/misaos/

Register to that forum if ya haven't (you need to be registered for the voting link to work), and click on "Game voting is now open!" on the above page.

However, please vote responsibly if you will, and please do not attempt to cheat in any way! :kardiansmile:

Here are the categories Quintessence, Mirror Lied and Lullaby are nominated for:

Quintessence - The Blighted Venom:
  • Audio-visual: Best Atmosphere
  • Audio-visual: Best Cinematics
  • Audio-visual: Best Music
  • Writing: Best Plot
  • Writing: Best Setting

Do You Remember My Lullaby:
  • Writing: Best Storytelling and Direction

The Mirror Lied:
  • Audio-visual: Best Atmosphere


Participate responsibly and have fun.
Whether Quintessence gets any or not this year, cheers and many thanks for your time, everyone!  :vikonsmile:

EDIT:
Q-TBV won five Misaos awards! Congratulations!

Writing: Best Storytelling and Direction - Do You Remember My Lullaby
Writing: Best Plot - Quintessence - The Blighted Venom
Writing: Best Setting - Quintessence - The Blighted Venom

Audio-visual: Best Atmosphere - Quintessence - The Blighted Venom
Audio-visual: Best Music - Quintessence - The Blighted Venom
Audio-visual: Best Cinematics - Quintessence - The Blighted Venom


« Last Edit: March 14, 2009, 08:11:23 AM by Path »

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Re: Voting started: An annual community game award thing.
« Reply #1 on: February 28, 2009, 02:25:03 PM »
Good luck to all nominees, especially to Q-TBV!

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Re: Voting started: An annual community game award thing.
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2009, 02:56:53 PM »
After voting for quintessence in the categories I thought it was best in, I thought "maybe I should actually PLAY some of these games". So I'm going on an RM game download spree! Can't wait to try the many games quintessence competes with.

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Re: Voting started: An annual community game award thing.
« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2009, 06:35:29 PM »
"Hey there was an error! There's a good chance we know about it and we're sorry."
...so I guess I can't vote just yet. What other games were nominated, anyway? I played a few this year.

EDIT: Okay, I've voted for a few categories. I find it funny that Barkley's shut up and jam was nominated for both the best and the worst game.

« Last Edit: March 02, 2009, 11:12:24 AM by g0m »
...in America.

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Re: Voting started: An annual community game award thing.
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2009, 11:49:52 PM »
lol, why's "Barkley: Shut Up And Jam: Gaiden" in worst game category...?

nice to see iji's in there.

as for quintessence I think it has a go at the being nom'ed for others but "best setting" doesn't seem like the kind of thing it's qualified for at all. depends on interpretation I guess but huh.