We might be a month away from the end of 2015, but hey, it’s never too early for an award show. Tonight is Geoff Keighley’s 2015 Game Awards, and it should be packed full of news and fun showcases.
Ever wanted to know just how Geoff Keighley put together The Game Awards? Or what he does all day when he's not tweeting about giraffes?
Why is one of these guys not wearing a black shirt and jeans? Who knows! But if you watch that latest episode of GameTrailers' Bonus Round (embedded below), you'll at least find out what Kinda Funny Games' Greg Miller, GameSpot's Danny O'Dwyer, Bonus Round host Geoff Keighley and I think about what virtual reality…
Well, this should be interesting.
Before Titanfall was Titanfall, the mech-heavy shooter went through years of development hell. Crippled by a complicated lawsuit back in 2010, the folks behind the newly-formed studio Respawn Entertainment worried for a long time that they might never actually make a game.
Spike TV's Geoff Keighley has either had his Twitter account hacked or he's suddenly gone giraffe crazy. Hopefully it's the latter, because giraffes are awesome.
Plenty of game developers profess their love for Team Ico's beautiful PlayStation 2 games Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. But few of them have made games that bear the traits of those quiet, lovely adventures.
Questionable Tweets. Claims of legal threats. Edited resumes. An article that named names one day and didn't the next.
Maybe you're getting sick of Assassin's Creed III footage. Maybe you just want to play the new stealth-action-adventure game, which comes out in a month or so. That's okay. I don't blame you.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime will make an appearance on GTTV tonight on Spike (1am ET/PT) to talk all things Wii U with host Geoff Keighley.
Our pal at Game Trailers, Geoff Keighley, will be debuting the demo of the next-gen Unreal Engine 4 graphics tech some time during E3 on Spike, but in the week before E3 he's breaking some Nintendo fan's hearts. He Tweeted last night that the Wii U, Nintendo's console that's close to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in…
In two week's time, the E3 press conferences will be over. You'll have seen the biggest newest from Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, EA and Ubisoft. You'll know all about the Wii U, the next big things for Xbox 360 and the future of PlayStation.
Peter Molyneux is a creator of great video games, a recipient of the Order of the British Empire and, in the first week of June, he'll be the world's greatest E3 pundit, to boot.
BioWare's Montreal studio was developing a competitive first-person shooter called Mass Effect Team Assault in 2010 before transforming that effort into the third-person multiplayer mode in Mass Effect 3, according to a new behind-the-scenes iPad app created by gaming journalist Geoff Keighley.
The people who made Portal 2 want to make it easier for you to make more Portal 2, according to a new report about the making of the game's Peer Review expansion written by GTTV host Geoff Keighley.
I heard yesterday that games journalist Brandon Sheffield gave a tough interview to some of the guys who made Rage, this week's big new first-person shooter.
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.