We've started talking about Game of the Year here at Push Square Towers, but we're keeping our plans under wraps for the time being. Geoff Keighley's annual Game Awards ceremony is mere weeks away at this point, though, and we already know the nominees for the most prestigious gong. Writing on Twitter, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has backed Bloodborne to win the top award.
The executive's biased, of course, seeing as Sony helped bring the repulsive action role-playing game to market – but it's definitely in with a shot against The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Super Mario Maker, and Fallout 4. It's going to be close, though, isn't it? Yoshida also backed fellow PlayStation 4 exclusive Until Dawn to win the Best Narrative award. Considering it's apparently been a bad year for first-party releases, the Japanese giant sure has scooped a lot of nominations, eh?