Tag Archives: g4tv
Thu, Mar 31, 2011 | 13:16 BST
GamePro, G4TV and VGChartz have all issued apparently official statements after being caught out artificially elevating their content on social bookmarking site Reddit by using multiple accounts.
Thu, Jun 18, 2009 | 20:11 BST
Tonight, G4TV will air the God of War III demo shown at E3 around 6:30pm EST/PST and again at 8:30pm EST/PST on X-Play.
Just in case none of you have seen it already.
Game Director Stig Asmussen will provide the walk-through and add a bit of commentary.
Don’t get G4TV? Then just log into the official website after after X-Play has started, and voila!
US PS Blog has more on this if you are interested.
Tue, Apr 21, 2009 | 23:07 BST
G4 has been named the official broadcaster of E3 2009.
The cable channel will be broadcasting the Nintendo conference live, along with the following schedule:
- Over 22 hours of live coverage
- Steve Wiebe live world record Donkey Kong high score attempt
- Live on-air coverage of five major press conferences, including Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo
- G4TV.com to stream all E3 press conferences live and unedited
- Hands-on game demos
- Exclusive interviews with top gaming executives
Coverage kicks of Monday, June 1, and continues through Thursday, June 4.
Looks like no Ninja Warrior for us those nights. Cry.
Read on for the full thing.
Wed, Feb 18, 2009 | 16:36 GMT
G4 gamer show X-Play has been cut from five to three days per week, resulting in half the staff being let go including games editorial manager Abbie Heppe.
Kotaku received a statement saying that on March 2, Attack of the Show and X-Play will return to their former schedules, AotS going back to four episodes week, and X-Play to three per week.
A spokesperson said that the company does not “comment on personnel matters”, but that with fewer episodes a decrease in staff was imminent.
The money saved from the staff cuts will got to producing more original programming in 2009. The spokesperson added that, “This is not a budget cut. G4 remains dedicated to these core franchises.”
Looks like a little less Adam Sessler, Morgan Webb and Olivia Munn for everyone.
Tue, Nov 11, 2008 | 07:26 GMT
G4TV’s posted up 15 minutes of direct-feed footage from the Left 4 Dead demo, giving pretty much ample reason to buy the game later this week.
We don’t know a single person that hasn’t been completely blown away by Left 4 Dead, so expect some heavy scoring on Thursday and Friday.
Take a look.