Spike's VGX may no longer be this year's big holiday showcase—former host Geoff Keighley just announced plans for a new December awards show, The Game Awards, which promises "awards, world premieres, musical performances, and appearances by game developers, eSports players and online content creators."
It's E3 2014 time, and once again Kotaku has teamed up with Spike TV to bring you news, previews, interviews and live streaming video from all the major press conferences, from Microsoft to Sony.
It's hard to put into words how cringe-inducing all the cross-talk, missed throws, tongue-tied teleprompter mishaps, and bombed jokes were at last night's VGX. That's where this six-minute supercut by PixelPerfect comes in handy.
The morning after the VGX, it's striking to see gamers once again arguing, ruminating, caring so much about a spectacle that seems to care so little about them. Or, if last night was an indication, itself.
No big upsets here: the Spike VGX named Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V their game of 2013. Other nominees were not named Grand Theft Auto.
It's Spike VGX time, which means we're in for an afternoon filled with trailers, new game announcements, and a show that will hopefully be less gross than its tagline.
The Spike VGAs are now the Spike VGX. This year's annual award show is happening this Saturday at 6pm Eastern, and although it won't be televised live, we'll have the whole three-hour extravaganza streaming here on Kotaku for you.
Get ready for E3 in November: tonight on Spike TV (and streaming here on Kotaku), Sony plans to announce a whole lot of PS4 news in honor of the console's launch tomorrow.
There's a Japanese magazine pic that's rumored to be the first look at the upcoming Attack on Titan 3DS game.
According to this image, which is apparently from an upcoming Bessatsu Shonen Magazine, popular anime Attack on Titan is getting a 3DS game this year in Japan from Spike Chunsoft.
Check out this week's episode of Spike's All Access Weekly, where our own Tina "Needs a Clever Nickname" Amini discusses the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and what to expect when you're expecting the most exciting E3 in ages.
Here are the Spike VGA nominations for 2012 game of the year. Journey is there, Halo 4 and Black Ops II are not.
Why wait for a year ending in nine or zero or one to pick the best games of the past decade? Entertainment Weekly is picking the best games of the decade this year, 2012. It's not that they wager the world is ending and that we're wrapping up the final decade ever. It's that Spike TV's Video Game Awards show is…
Assassin's Creed III, Dishonored, Journey, Mass Effect 3 and The Walking Dead are the nominees, announced today, for Game of the Year at the 2012 Spike Video Game Awards.
Spike TV's All Access Weekly airs tonight at midnight, but you can watch it right here. Why would you? Because your Kotaku editor-in-chief is on it, chatting with host Katie Linendoll about next month's E3.
Game developer, Spike, is releasing a new role playing game for the PSP this April where one of the objectives is to save the world by conceiving children.
Ever since Epic's Gears of War plucked heartstrings with a cover of Tears for Fears' "Mad World" game creators have been attempting to recreate that magic, forging an emotional bond between gamers and game through evocative music. Let's see how good a job Transformers: Fall of Cybertron and BioShock Infinite did of…
The opening cinematic for Diablo III debuted tonight at the Spike VGA awards, featuring the falling of more than one star and the passing of a torch from uncle to niece.
After two games that weren't exactly dripping with hot web-slinging action, developer Beenox takes things open world in the Amazing Spider-Man. How focused are they on swinging this time around? So focused that they haven't noticed they've stolen the plot from a Robocop move.
The VGA Awards Mass Effect 3 trailer has hit, demonstrating one way to handle a gigantic intelligent robot creature hell-bent on the extinction of everything: Giant bug sex.