It's almost that time again! We're finally starting to see some Game of the Year lists cropping up, and we'll be getting a whole bunch of them at the 41st annual Golden Joystick Awards taking place on November 10th in London.

Multiple categories at the Golden Joysticks are now available to vote for, including the Xbox Game of the Year. Surprisingly, this category includes Chants Of Sennaar, which is a new puzzle-adventure title that quietly launched a few weeks ago.

If you're wondering how you missed it, the reason is probably that it arrived just a few hours before Starfield! It's been getting a great reception though, with an 84 on Metacritic and an "Overwhelmingly Positive" rating on Steam.

You can check out the trailer for Chants of Sennar above, along with more details and screenshots below.

"Divided since the dawn of time, the Peoples of the Tower no longer speak to each other. But it is said that one day, a Traveler will find the wisdom to break down the walls and restore the Balance.

Explore and discover an enthralling world in a colorful, poetic setting inspired by the myth of Babel, where men have forgotten their past. Travel the endless steps of a prodigious labyrinth, uncover an ominous truth and unveil the mysteries of this fascinating universe where ancient languages are both the lock and the key.

When it comes to the rest of the nominees, the list is a bit more predictable. Here's the full selection:

As you'd expect, PlayStation, Nintendo and PC all have their own "Game of the Year" nominees as well, and nominees for the "Ultimate Game of the Year" will be revealed later in October in an attempt to "consider more of the year's big winter releases" such as Alan Wake 2, Marvel's Spider-Man 2 and others.

If you're interested in placing your votes, all the information you need is on the GamesRadar website.

Have you played Chants of Sennar? Which do you think deserves to win in this list? Tell us below.