The more television technology advances, the harder it is to keep our classic consoles hooked up. Modder Marshall over at Retroactive is working on a device to bring the last cartridge-based Nintendo console into the HDMI age. Anyone know how to solder?
Spike dumped the theater format for a more whatever-that-was in last night's re-christened VGX, increasing the show's length to three hours but still, as ever, seeming to minimize its purpose: Recognize the best games of the year. Twenty-three awards were given out; here are all of them.
Hammond Robotics is the fictious contractor building those ballbreaking mechs in Titanfall, and they'd like to pat themselves on the back for the success of their latest project, the Ogre, which we saw for the first time at tonight's VGX.
"No man who meets The Hunt returns to this world." Well. I guess we can just go ahead and call off The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt then, right? No? Oh, well, then, feast your eyes on this premiere trailer for the game at the VGX.
This is the "Snowdrop Engine" powering The Division, which spent about three minutes at the Spike VGX boasting of the detail it will deliver to "a chaotic and decayed New York City."
Fresh off its big cover in Game Informer this week, Bungie's next space opera, Destiny, got this closeup premiere video at tonight's Spike VGX. The game arrives Sept. 9, 2014.
Time stands still and stutters after an experiment gone wrong in Quantum Break, the first next-gen title from Remedy, the makers of Alan Wake. The studio showed off the game with a trailer at tonight's VGX. Here it is.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition will come to PS4 and Xbox One by the end of January, updating this year's Tomb Raider reboot for the next-gen platforms. A specific date was not announced. [Update: Here's the trailer!]
The gang from 343 Industries, BioWare and Telltale Games stuck around in Los Angeles a second night to take home more honors, as Machinima's fourth Inside Gaming Awards handed out its hardware on Saturday, a day after the Video Game Awards.
If the Video Game Awards are actually an awards show, and not just a keynote for promoting upcoming games, then the big news from last night was The Walking Dead: The Game. Eminently quotable analyst Michael Pachter said before the show that if this title, a downloadable self-published game, took home Game of the…
At the 2012 Video Game Awards, Ken Levine of Irrational Games previewed the latest trailer from BioShock Infinite, which is now releasing on March 26. This appears to be entirely in-game footage, with 75 seconds of that being straight gameplay and not cinematics.
Completing his cameo tour of the year's biggest games, this is Samuel L. Jackson appearing in what he calls "The real motherf—-ing Black Ops."
Well how about that. Telltale Games' The Walking Dead is the 2012 Video Game of the Year.
Half-Life 2 was selected "Game of the Decade" at the 2012 Video Game Awards.
The Phantom Pain was a world premiere trailer out of left field—not only is that a new series, it's a new studio. Well, to most folks, anyway. Ever heard of Moby Dick Studio? Me either.
Samuel L. Jackson, host of the 2012 Video Game Awards, is cameoing in some of the year's most noteworthy games. Here he reprises his Jedi master role in Angry Birds: Star Wars.
Dark Souls II just got a world premiere trailer at the 2012 Video Game Awards. It's coming for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. See for yourself. Looks... tough, and unforgiving. As usual.
Dark Souls II was just announced at the Video Game Awards. There's a grab from the game's trailer. The trailer presents a quest driven by some sort of romnace and graphics that look a great deal sharper than From Software's previous Souls efforts.
The Last of Us from Naughty Dog was a surprise reveal at last year's Video Game Awards. This year it gets another trailer (above), and a release date—May 7, 2013.