Tag Archives: gametrailers
Tue, Mar 19, 2013 | 20:23 GMT
Redbox has arrived on Xbox 360 alongside GameTrailers. The Redbox Instant by Verizon app is available for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, and if you are not Redbox sub, you can pick one up for $8 per month for DVDs or $9 per month for Blu-ray. Redbox Instant will be unlocked from Gold for a limited time so try it out today. Check availability in your region here.
Tue, Dec 11, 2012 | 08:37 GMT
Xbox Live is to receive 40 new dashboard apps from today until Spring 2013 across various territories. Some are region specific while others are global, including an official GameTrailers app. Check out Major Nelson’s update below.
Thu, Jun 28, 2012 | 19:59 BST
Tue, Jun 26, 2012 | 16:10 BST
GameTrailers.com turns 10 this year, and in order to make the occasion special, it has decided to relaunch the site. Brad Winters, GM of GameTrailers has told GI International the site will be relaunched “from the ground up,” with a “brand-new, everything from the back-end to the new logo, a new look and feel.” The relaunch started a year ago, after noticing a “heavier year-over-year consumption,” of original content,” said Winters. Video views from GT’s original content average 40% of total monthly views, which is up from 28% in 2010 and viewers average 44 minutes per visit. The site will undergo stress-testing over the next few weeks. You an look over the upcoming changes via the site’s production blog.
Thu, May 03, 2012 | 21:36 BST
Spike TV is partnering with Microsoft for live and commercial-free coverage of the Xbox Media Briefing at E3. The Xbox: Entertainment Evolved special will air on Monday, June 4 at 12.30pm EDT/9.30am PDT/5.30pm UK and “will take viewers on a 90-minute journey through the future of the Xbox 360 platform with world premieres of blockbuster games and entertainment experiences set for release in 2012 and beyond.” The telecast is part of Spike TV’s E3 All Access Live program which was announced Tuesday, and features coverage from the event. The Microsoft E3 briefing will also be broadcast on Xbox Live if you would rather go that route.
Tue, May 01, 2012 | 21:16 BST
Spike TV and GameTrailers have announced “extensive multi-platform coverage of the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo” with E3 All Access Live. The live special plans to provide “over 40 gaming exclusives and special guest interviews with more than 17 hours of coverage across multiple platforms.” Coverage will kick off on Spike TV, in HD, from the day before the event opens to the public on Monday, June 4. A special wrap-up will air that night, and the following day, more than five live hours on June 5 will cover more E3 goodies. Spike’s “E3 expert team” is to include GTTV hosts Geoff Keighley, Amanda Mackay, Daniel Kayser, and Justine Ezarik, as well as Katie Linendoll, host of the network’s All Access Weekly.
Wed, Sep 08, 2010 | 16:16 BST
Dead Space 2′s multiplayer is set to gets first airing on Friday, according to GTTV’s Geoff Keighley.
Fri, Oct 23, 2009 | 12:46 BST
GameTrailer’s put up its single-player reveal show for BioShock 2 – and here it is.
We won’t spoil it for you if you don’t want to see, but suffice it to say this is “good shit”.
It’s out early next year. Take a look. Light up your Friday.
Fri, Aug 14, 2009 | 12:07 BST
Don’t panic. Valve boss Gabe Newell says in the latest GTTV programe that Episode 3 really is still on the way.
“Yes, of course we’re doing Episode 3,” said the exec in response to a reader question.
Presenter Geoff Keighley pushed a little and got, “Oh, absolutely” as an answer to, “But it is still being worked on?”
So there you go. When? You’re good to wait until 2032, right?
Fri, Aug 14, 2009 | 10:35 BST
Thu, Nov 27, 2008 | 06:19 GMT
During taping of an episode of GameTrailers’ Bonus Round, Wedbush Morgan analyst Michawl Pachter has apparently revealed that the time-frame for the now-confirmed Assassin’s Creed 2 has been moved from 1191 to “several hundred years in the future” or more specifically, “sometime in the 1700s.”
Pachter speculated, according to this Giant Bomb report, that the French Revolution could be the setting for the game.
Ubisoft confirmed the title was in the works last night during an earnings call.
Tue, Nov 11, 2008 | 07:11 GMT
“They are a body made up of unqualified nincompoops,” said one. “Unfortunately, they’re taking the nanny state to the nth degree. They make the FCC look like a bunch of broad-minded, non-censorship individuals.”
GameTrailers editor-in-chief Shane Satterfield, likens the ESRB to “the frickin’ Mafia,” saying that the ratings board’s actions are part of a “power trip.”
Tue, Jul 22, 2008 | 20:16 BST
GTTV’s Geoff Keighley, apparently completely oblivious to the fact Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-Aime’s obviously getting annoyed, puts up a commendable barrage of hardcore-related questions to the company front man in a three-part video interview after the break, shot just after he came off the E3 stage last week.
There was an immediate backlash after the conference, during which Nintendo showed no core games at all aside from a new version of Animal Crossing.
“You keep trying to date me, you know,” Reggie said after Keighley continuely tried to get solid information on new Mario and Zelda titles. “My girlfriend’s going to get upset. You keep trying to date me. You can’t do that.”
Watch it. It’s funny.
Tue, May 13, 2008 | 07:23 BST
Speaking to Joystiq, GameTrailers’ EIC, Shane Satterfield, has gone on the record to say that the borked comparison video that compared PS3 footage to PS3 footage – while claiming one was the 360 game – was a simple error.
“It was a mistake in our post-production process,” he said. “After we captured the footage from both versions, some of the footage of the PlayStation 3 version of the game was incorrectly placed in the bin for the Xbox 360 footage. Our video editor on this particular project is not a games person and completely overlooked the fact that he had the wrong footage in the wrong place.”
As we said at the time, shit happens. More through the link.
Mon, May 12, 2008 | 10:24 BST
Gametrailers is experiencing something of a meltdown over a comparison trailer showing GRID’s physics – in the opinion of the masses – as superior in the game’s 360 version.
Unfortunately for the site, both videos used in the movie were from the PS3 version, as seen clearly from the controller map in the bottom of the screen.
Gametrailers has now removed the video and according to various reports is removing all comments from the site related to the issue and has disabled it’s email contact function in reaction to teh internets going shithouse mental.
Someone, of course, nabbed the video before it was removed. A genuine error? Probably. Watch it after the break. Can’t beat the internet, Gametrailers. Third law of life.