Vgx Award For Best Performance By A Human Male
The VGA Award For Best Performance by a Human Male
The VGAs, or Video Game Awards, were first given out in the 1990s. The show is now strictly online. This year’s event is hosted by Joel McHale, who brings the 90s back to life. The VGX is broadcast live on different websites, unlike previous years, and is free from Spike restrictions.
VGX has recognized many notable performances since 1997’s first award ceremony. In the past, King Kong The Official Game and Tanyares Engtrakul have been the winners. Other winners have included Christopher Walken and Jack Black. In 2006, the VGX Best Performance by a Human Male was presented to Patrick Stewart for his role in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The VGX Awards recognize the best achievements in computer games and video games.
In recent years, the VGX Awards have become somewhat awkward. Joel McHale was a bit of a joker, but many people have tried to make the show more interesting and less awkward. It’s a bit awkward to watch a human male in drag, but it’s a fun way to celebrate gaming’s successes.