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.
Tonight on Spike TV, Joel Johnson, Stephen Totilo, and Brian Crecente spend several minutes chatting with GameTrailers TV's Geoff Keighley on the roof of Kotaku's New York City headquarters about the big fall game releases, and not one of them ironically plummets to the street below.
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.
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Amidst a slew of remakes and re-releases, LucasArts is preparing to announce a brand-new original title on this week's GameTrailers TV.
The show promises to reveal at least one new campaign from the zombie shooter, plus bug Gabe Newell about a range of subjects, from Half-Life 2: Episode 3 to Portal 2 to his thoughts on the PlayStation 3. We're pretty sure that makes this must see TV and, at the very least, three hotly debated Kotaku posts.
What are we going to see? According to host Geoff Keighley, plan on witnessing three minutes of Uncharted 2 cinematics and one new level. Plus, we'll apparently see Keighley giving some Naughty Dog employees on of those "my man!" kind of handshakes. Should be fun.
The show will air the first trailer of whatever Bethesda has up its sleeve, giving fans ample reason to tune in. Of course, if you just want to see Spike TV's Geoff Keighley and sundry game industry types wearing the dressed up, dressed down t-shirt and blazer combo on camera, the GameTrailers TV E3 First Look special…
Expect less Modern Warfare 2 than Heavy Rain though, as the next full video reveal of Infinity Ward's follow up to Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is scheduled to air on TV this Sunday. Consider tonight's glimpse little more than a tease.
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.
While the rest of the featured lineup consists of boxers we already knew about—Glass Joe, Von Kaiser, Disco Kid, King Hippo—this is our first look at the bigger Mac. Guess they can't call him Big Mac, for fear of incurring the wrath of McDonald's legal team. Giga Mac will be playable in the multiplayer mode new to …
.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.