From the start of the show, we knew that the promises of having a shorter Game Awards ceremony would be hard to keep. In question, the first prize given by an exceptional speaker, Al Pacino, to Christopher Judge for his sublime performance in God of War Ragnarok. The actor, well known to boomers for his role in the Stargate series , is very moved to receive this award and will make it known for (too) a long time.
A really long speech...
We imagine homie Geoff must have been fuming backstage during the Best Actor Performance winner's speech. The one who plays Kratos in God of War 2018 and Ragnarok, the famous Chris Judge, was determined to thank everyone around him by taking deep breaths to find his words. 5 meters away, Al Pacino took root without moving an eyelash, while a jingle went off to make Judge understand that the time had come to clear the stage, which he frankly failed to do before to finish his speech. He will then finish it on his Twitter account, thanking his wife.
... But very touching!
So yes, it was very long and that must have posed organizational problems, by cutting back on the time of the others called to go on stage. But whatever, Chris Judge looked like he needed to get out what he had in his belly, doing honor to all his colleagues including Sully, who plays Atreus, and who also seemed very emotional for his comrade of dubbing . It should be noted that in the overall prize list, God of War Ragnarok emerges as the big winner of the race for the number of prizes ahead of Elden Ring, since it has won numerous awards in the categories for which it was selected.
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