Charity speedrunning organization Games Done Quick is hosting Awesome Games Done Quick 2022 next week. The marathon streaming begins Sunday, January 9 on the official GDQ Twitch channel.

As in the last few GDQ streams, the entire event is taking place online. This year’s event will include several recent games such as Deathloop, Returnal, It Takes Two, Axiom Verge 2, Psychonauts 2, Death’s Door, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits.

You’ll also find a number of retro and classic games, including Actraiser, Half-Life 2, Earthbound, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

Exciting highlights include a 55-minute run of massive RPG Fallout: New Vegas (Saturday), a glitched run of beloved indie sim Stardew Valley (Friday), and a blindfolded run of challenging action game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice (Saturday).

I’m looking forward to another Pokémon race, with Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (Friday), and a block of four classic Castlevania games on Thursday.

Check out the entire seven day schedule here.

AGDQ 2022’s charity is the Prevent Cancer Foundation. All donations made during streams go directly to the charity, and can be made via the viewing page at the GDQ website. Last year, Awesome Games Done Quick 2021 raised over $2.7 million.

AGDQ 2022 will run from Sunday, January 9, through Saturday, January 15.

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