NEW YORK VIDEOGAME CRITICS CIRCLE ANNOUNCES FEBRUARY 5th AWARDS EVENT
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What: New York Videogame Critics Circle Awards
When: February 5, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Pfizer Auditorium, 5 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, New York
How Much: Free with RSVP
The New York Videogame Critics Circle will hold its 2nd Annual Awards event on February 5, 2013 at NYU’s Pfizer Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The event is presented in cooperation with NYU’s Game Lab and NYU’s Game Center.
Harold Goldberg, the group’s founder and author of the award-winning All Your Base Are Belong to Us (How 50 Years of Videogames Conquered Pop Culture), says, “Thanks to The Circle and NYU, we have a terrific show planned to honor the year’s finest, deepest games.”
Videogame luminaries from around the world will converge at the event to be written and hosted by Emmy-Award-winning Daily Show writer Daniel Radosh.
Well-known nerd core rappers MC Frontalot and Schaffer the Darklord will perform during the event.
Presenters include horror filmmakers Larry Fessenden and Graham Resnick.
Lev Grossman, the author of The Magicians and Time magazine’s book critic will also present an award. Much more information can be found at NYGameCritics.com.
In addition, six of the city’s best game critics and writers will convene before the event to hold court. They’ll discuss the games and trends of the past year along with what worked and what failed.
The show itself is free and open to the public, but attendees must RSVP beginning January 22,, 2013. Info about attending the after party will be forthcoming.
Finally, a free after party at NYU limited to 150 people will include a performance by Control Group. Control Group is Darren Korb’s new band. Darren wrote the music for last year’s multi-award winning game, Bastion.
For a complete list of nominees, please go here.
And here’s who The Circle is, circa 2013.
About The Circle
The New York Videogame Critics Circle is a group of 25 writers from Time, NPR, The New York Times and the best blogs like G4TV.com and Kotaku who have come together to elevate the medium. The Circle was founded in 2011 by writers who seek to elevate the medium.