What happened at today's Spike TV Video Game Awards? New game announcements, first look trailers (some with actual gameplay), release dates, and Neil Patrick Harris. Catch up on the most important news and videos right here if you missed anything.
December's Spike TV Video Game Awards gets a little more murderous with the help of Activision. The Call of Duty and Guitar Hero publisher has launched a teaser site for Murder Your Maker, a... well, we don't know what it is yet.
The day after Spike TV's Video Game Awards hit us with a deluge of new trailers, game reveals and celebrity guest appearances, Sony will hold an "exclusive PlayStation 3 reveal" event in Hollywood. What could it be? Uncharted 3?
Spike TV's Video Game Awards show seems to improve a bit every year. This year's show kicks off on Dec. 11 with a very strong line-up of contenders for a myriad of awards.
Welcome to Check Your E-mail with Kotaku. In today's episode, we recommend that you check your e-mail if you signed up for the "Dew The Download" contest that Spike TV ran this week.
Remember when God of War producer David Jaffe gushed orgasmically about the footage he'd seen from the PlayStation 3 entry in the series, writing that it was "like a painting come to life"?
If you plan on being up at the wee hours of the early morning and feel like seeing some pre-Spike TV VGAs rambling, tune in to GameTrailers TV tonight. I'll be running at the mouth about this year's biggest games with a few of my peers from Giant Bomb, Destructoid, Penthouse and elsewhere. Just watch how good…