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Vote for the winners of the first ever Steam Awards

Voting opens on December 22nd.
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Back in November, Valve asked you to nominate titles for the first ever Steam Awards -- now, the gaming titan also wants you to choose its winners. It sounds like the nomination phase was a success, since Valve ended up with four write-in categories instead of one. Since there are eight pre-determined categories, there are now 12 in total, including "Villain Most In Need Of A Hug," "Just 5 More Minutes" and "I'm Not Crying, There's Something In My Eye."

Can you think of games that fit those descriptions perfectly? Good, because Steam will start accepting votes for one category a day starting at 1PM EST on December 22nd. You only have 24 hours to vote for the winner for each one before moving to the next until all eight pre-determined categories are done. Then on December 30th, all four write-in categories will be open for voting for another 24 hours. Valve will announce the winners on New Year's Eve, and we can finally know which game made the most people cry and which has been keeping the most people glued to their computer screens.

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