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Fri, Nov 15, 2013 | 06:13 GMT
The Spike Video Game Awards, where we’re likely to find out more details on much of the new PlayStation 4 content revealed today, have been slapped with a new name and a release date.
Thu, Nov 15, 2012 | 21:06 GMT
Spike TV has revealed the list of nominees for the 2012 Video Game Awards. Game of the Year nominees include Assassin’s Creed 3, Journey, Mass Effect 3, The Walking Dead: The Game and Dishonored. The official site has the complete list of categories and nominees which you can vote on through here. The VGAs takes place on December 7 at 9.00PM EST. Those who do not have Spike TV will be able to watch the show on MTV 2, MTV Tr3s, Xbox LIVE, Spike.com and GameTrailers.com.
Wed, May 30, 2012 | 17:26 BST
Spike TV has announced as part of its exclusive E3 coverage this year, it will be showing “never-before-seen footage,” from the likes of Halo 4 and more.
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.
Mon, Dec 12, 2011 | 10:51 GMT
The 2011 Spike VGAs were meant to celebrate the year’s best games and hype future releases. Instead, Johnny Cullen argues, they played to stereotypes in the worst possible way.
Wed, Aug 31, 2011 | 09:27 BST
Spike TV’s announced it’s to air a reality TV special based on Uncharted 3. Known as Uncharted 3: Race to the Ring, casting calls have now began, with those applying being asked to be available for the week of October 3, a month before the game launches. If you live in the US, you’re a resident and you’re interested, you can get more details on applying for it here.
The Naughty Dog actioner launches in early November for PS3.
Tue, May 17, 2011 | 10:13 BST
Spike TV’s announced it’ll be the exclusive broadcaster of the Microsoft E3 briefing in Los Angeles on June 6.
Wed, Nov 17, 2010 | 16:45 GMT
Spike’s just announced the nominations for this year’s Video Game Awards.
Sat, Dec 12, 2009 | 21:28 GMT
Update: Guess what kiddos? We’ve decided to liveblog the event as it happens. Should you decide that you wish to stay up till around 1:00am (UK’ers) to check in with us, we will update you as the shit goes down! So, if Jack Black shows up in his undies shooting sparks from his groin again, or should Cliffy B decide to show and announce that Gears is being ported to Wii – we will let you know the second it happens. Not that it will, just sayin’.
Original: Spike TV will broadcast the 2009 Video Game Awards tonight at 8:00pm EST.
To get you pumped for it, you can watch a live stream of the rehearsals going on at the moment, which promised to give you a taste of some of the world premieres expected tonight.
Earlier, Geoff Keighley tweeted that during the “first five minutes” of the show, one of the “biggest surprise premieres in VGA history” will take place.
Oh, Geoff. You big tease. Stop it already. You’re making us blush.
Guess we’ll have to watch it now.
Fri, Dec 11, 2009 | 19:21 GMT
Geoff Keighley has told D’toid that there will be “more than 12″ exclusives, including the announced Crackdown 2, a new Star Wars title, and at least two games he can’t even comment on during the VGAs tomorrow night.
He also mentioned that during the commercial breaks, the show will come back with new stage set ups, thanks to digital environments.
“We definitely have some pretty major surprises still to come,” he said. “Essentially, the biggest thing in the show hasn’t even been announced yet.
“We’re going to keep some of the environments secret [for now] but you’ll definitely get to see that we’ll be transforming a lot of worlds, even some games worlds, as well. We’re working with some game publishers to actually create some of the very cool content.
“You know, I think we do a pretty good job that will get the hardcore excited, but we also have to look at the broader more mainstream audience. Because if I booked ten Japanese RPGs on the show, that might be great for some of the real hardcore guys, but that’s not what’s going to appeal to the mainstream crowd.”
Keighley also revealed that Dead Space 2, Natal, and Sony’s motion controller will not be included in the show.
The full thing is through the link.
Wed, Dec 09, 2009 | 18:40 GMT
Looks like Spike TV’s Video Games Awards will be aired on Channel 5 December 15 at 9:00pm.
Sources at Channel 5 told The Lost Gamer that it can also be viewed on Freeview: CH30 Sky: CH 176, and Fiver + 1 Sky: CH 177, Virgin Media: CH 152, Tiscali TV: CH 31.
Granted, it originally airs live on December 12 in the US so by the time the 15th rolls around you will already know the winners.
But at least you will be able to sit back and watch the festivities and possible trouser malfunctions on the telly with beer and chips like the US did three days prior.
Tue, Dec 08, 2009 | 19:10 GMT
Looks like Spike TV’s annual VGAs will be without a host for the first time this year.
According to a rep for the network, going without a host will be on par with what it did for this year’s Scream Awards.
However, the lack of a celebrity host doesn’t mean some will not take the stage. Presenters announced include:
- Jake Gyllenhaal
- Kristen Bell
- Felicia Day
- Tony Hawk
- Tricia Helfer
- Alyssa Milano
- Zachary Quinto
- Mike Tyson
- Olivia Wilde
- Snoop Dog (performing)
Hosts from years past consisted of Samuel L. Jackson, Jack Black and David Spade.
Wed, Nov 25, 2009 | 16:17 GMT
Thu, Nov 12, 2009 | 20:41 GMT
A promo teasing episode 228 of GTTV has popped up, and looks like the latest episode is gonna be full of Mass Effect 2 goodness.
Apparently, not only will BioWare show off new areas of the game, but according to a tweet by host Geoff Keighley, we’ll get to “meet and see the Illusive Man for the first time”. Cool.
Not into ME2? Well, there will also be new details on Alan Wake, new trailers for Command & Conquer 4 and Dante’s Inferno, and a review for Modern Warfare 2.
It usually airs around 12:30am EST on Spike TV, which is technically Friday morning, and snoozy time.
Therefore, expect more on this tomorrow should you not be able to stay awake for it.
Wed, Sep 23, 2009 | 21:10 BST
The first gameplay trailer for Dead Rising 2 will be shown on Spike TV tomorrow night at 12:30am EST.
Afterward, it will be posted up on GameTrailers for all the world to see.
There are other games that GTTV will be showing as well, Heavy Rain, Modern Warfare 2, but we’ve seen enough on those.
Give us some zombie killing fun.
Advert video for the show is after the break.
Fri, May 29, 2009 | 09:03 BST
GameTrailers has posted its pre-E3 special, including footage of the following:
- Playable Joker in Arkham Asylum
- Aliens Vs Predator gameplay
- Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2
- Brutal Legend
- Dante’s Inferno
- Ratchet & Clank Future gameplay
- DJ Hero
- NHL 10
- Dragon Age: Origins
- Supreme Commander 2
- Uncharted 2
- Madden 10
- Modern Warfare 2 interview
- Need for Speed: Shift
- Heroes of Telara
- Lost Planet 2
- Just Cause 2
- Mass Effect 2
We’ve broken a bunch of these out this morning already, but now you have them all in one place.
“Tonight, Spike is stealing E3′s thunder by giving you guys a look at the hottest games of the year,” says Keighley.
Sounds about right. Must-watch.
Wed, May 27, 2009 | 19:04 BST
Geoff Keighley has tweeted that Bethesda will announce its next game tomorrow night on Spike TV.
A trailer is also expected, so if you get the channel, tune in at 11pm EST. Otherwise wait until Friday when it hits the net.
It’s expected to be the untitled Splash Damage game, which earlier in the month, was reported as being copyrighted as “Brink” with the USPTO.
Tomorrow will reveal all.
Mon, May 25, 2009 | 16:23 BST
BioWare has just updated its twitter feed to announce that there will be a big pre E3 show on Spike TV this Thursday.
“Anyone who wants to see more on our games should check out Gametrailers on Spike TV, Thursday at 11pm. Will be a big pre E3 show – Matwood”
Hopefully we’ll get to know more about the “substantial” Mass Effect DLC that was revealed over the weekend.
We’ll bring you everything as it happens.
Fri, Feb 13, 2009 | 08:35 GMT
Spike TV’s announced a new multi-year deal with presenter Geoff Keighley.
The contract is “expansive,” according to the press release, and will see Keighley developing a range of programming for the network.
No time period was give for the agreement.
“Geoff is the best host in the game industry and a big reason why Spike is the number one network for video game programming,” said Kevin Kay, pSpike TV boss.
“We are excited to enter into a new, long-term agreement with him and support the game category with even more coverage in the years to come.”