Speaking of roofs (rooves?), GameTrailers TV went on ours in New York this week with Totilo, Crecente and Joel. Fahey is still en route, delayed by the hurricane. Boy is he gonna be pissed.
Gawker's New York City headquarters is on fire in this week's episode of GameTrailers TV, as host Geoff Keighley shows the world how good three Kotaku editors look standing on a rooftop with the wind rustling their shirts.
Want more Bulletstorm? Tonight's episode of GameTrailers TV has you covered, with interviews with the shooter's design director Cliff Bleszinski and producer Tanya Jessen. We're told the 12:20 AM Eastern and Pacific episode on Spike TV will include some "big gameplay reveals," including one gigantic boss battle.
There's a brand new Call of Duty game coming this year. This Friday, you'll get your first peek at the follow-up to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, courtesy of GameTrailers TV.
Set your DVRs accordingly, kids, as GameTrailers TV promises a *sound of explosion* world exclusive premiere trailer for "a surprise Sony sequel" on Thursday's episode, suggesting that this announcement of an announcement is PS3 related.
The season opener for GametrailerTV aired last night with your's truly and a clutch of other "industry experts" talking about their most anticipated games for this year.
Platinum Games, creators of Bayonetta and MadWorld (and Infinite Space!), are going to reveal their fourth and still unannounced game this Thursday on GameTrailers TV. But that's not all.
Amidst a slew of remakes and re-releases, LucasArts is preparing to announce a brand-new original title on this week's GameTrailers TV.
Keep your internal E3 hype-generating engine running smoothly, by tuning in to this week's GameTrailers TV. Especially if you want your first look at Fallout 3 developer Bethesda Softworks' next game.
Yesterday, Rose McGowan and Tricia Helfer joined Geoff Keighley for a special live taping of GameTrailers TV. The E3 2009-themed special was packed with news, some of which splashed our way from the audience.
When publishers are asked if their upcoming game supports downloadable content, they typically hem and haw, noting they haven't announced anything yet. In the case of Punch-Out!! for the Wii however, it's just not happening.
Last night's episode of GameTrailers TV debuted a new trailer for the Wii remake of Punch-Out!!. Said trailer reveals one new character, in a fashion, the hulked out Giga Mac.
.html This week's episode of GameTrailers TV, now airing one day earlier, will be packed with the game footage exclusives you've come to expect... no, demand from Geoff Keighley and crew.