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Rock the vote for your favorite game in the GDC awards

'Life is Strange' and 'Witcher 3' are nominated for 2016's Game Developers Choice Audience awards.

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Timothy J. Seppala, Engadget

Want to make your voice heard in this year's Game Developer's Choice Awards? How about doing the same for the Independent Game Festival's accolades? Boy howdy, you're covered in both cases. Once again, the GDCA and IGF are opening up the floor for audience votes ahead of the 30th annual Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco this year. Winners will be revealed on March 16th and the awards will stream on Twitch starting at 6:30 PM Pacific that day.

As far as GDCA nominees go here are just a few: Bloodborne, Downwell, Fallout 4, Her Story, Lara Croft: GO, Life is Strange, Undertale and The Witcher 3. However, Until Dawn is sadly missing from the list. There's a bit of overlap between the GDC and the IGF noms as well, but the latter also includes the likes of Cibele, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, Oxenfree and That Dragon, Cancer.

So what made you cheer, cry or throw a controller last year? The GDCA and IGF folks want to know. For a peek at what the Engadget Gaming crew loved last year, be sure to check out our editor's choice picks.

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