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It's Crunch Time

(1/17/2000) The QB Gaming Gold Awards are getting closer and closer, and soon the best QB games of the 20th century are going to be realized once and for all.

When it's all said and done, the winners of the QB Gaming Gold Awards will be very well rewarded.

With the 2000 QB Gaming Gold Awards looming just one week away, it's getting pretty close to crunch time. The competition is going to be fierce and the booths are going to be packed with some of QB's biggest fans. Let's face it. Everyone wants their favorite games to win, since The QB Gaming Gold Awards is the only QB awards in town where the QB community gets to vote for the games they love in categories like "Best RPG", "Best Video Gaming Hunk", and "2000 Game of the Year".

But what do the programmers of these fine games really get for being part of the QB Gaming Gold Awards? Well, first of all every nominee for the QB Gaming Golds this year receives a commemorative plaque just for participating and earning the respect of the QB community. This plaque, when pushed, will link to the 2000 QB Gaming Gold Awards page when the winners are announced on January 26. This award has the nominee, the category, and the inscription "2000 Gaming Gold Nominee" as shown above.

Now, the winners of the QB Gaming Gold Awards will get a golden plaque to compliment their commemorative plaque. This large and impressive award plaque will include the nominee, the category, the inscription "2000 QB Gaming Golds Winner", and it will also link to the 2000 QB Gaming Gold Awards page. There will also be a bronze silhouette of a man shown at the far left of the winner's plaque. This is, in fact, the silhouette of V Game's first hero, Eric. Though unreleased, Eric is considered to be the in-house mascot of V Games.

Of course, there are other rewards for being the QB Gaming Gold Winner. Programmers  holding these awards have proof of the accomplishments they have given to QB. There's also, of course, the ability of these winners to gloat to their peers about, for a year at least, how their games have made them kings and queens among the QB world. But who's going to come up on top and bring in the gold for their company? And who is going to be the "2000 Game of the Year"? It's still very much up to you.

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