Let's see, we've gone through Microsoft and EA, who's next? Ah yes, Ubisoft, bringing the Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed, plus whatever else they might have laying about. Splinter Cell? Rabbids? Will this be the first presser of the year that features a Wii U game? Tune in to Spike TV's stream and find out!
Microsoft is about to take the stage in the first big press conference of E3 2013, and they've got quite a lot of convincing to do if they plan on making the Xbox One as huge a success as the Xbox 360 was. Will the worries over used games, game lending, privacy and internet requirements overpower Microsoft's…
With exclusive reveals, extended coverage and special appearances from some familiar Kotaku faces, Spike TV's E3 2013 stream is an excellent choice for your watching all of the things needs. The Microsoft press conference kicks off at 12:30 Eastern, with tons of special sauce leading up. Enjoy!
It's a big night for video games. We've got Spike TV's 10th annual Video Game Awards airing live at 9pm ET/ 6pm PT, hosted by Samuel L. Jackson. Some of you may tune in to see which games and developers win top honors. I bet a lot of you are going to be most interested in the pile of world premiere trailers and game…
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.
Today, the nominees for the annual Spike TV VGA Awards were announced. It is a God-given right for people to bitch endlessly about awards shows, and so the moment the nominees were announced, a huge number of people jumped on twitter to joke, complain, and generally carry on about them.
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.
Irrational Games has been slowly drip-feeding us portions of its behind closed doors, 14-minute-long E3 2011 demonstration of BioShock Infinite, a preview that helped the game secure the Game Critics' "Best of Show" and "Best Action/Adventure Game" awards. Soon, you'll be able to see it in its entirety.
Someday, we may get The Daily Show: The Video Game or Spike TV Video Game Awards: The Game, thanks to the formation of 345 Games, the new video game arm of Comedy Central and Spike TV. The first two titles to come from that studio will be Deadliest Warrior: Legends and Ugly Americans: Apocalypsegeddon, both for Xbox…
Mexican movie director Guillermo del Toro is making a game with publisher THQ—according to del Toro, anyway—a project that we'll see next month when the "truly strange, geeky mix" of a horror game is revealed.
Tonight's Spike TV VGAs offered new video reveals that were part expected, part surprise. From the expected camp was EA's revitalized Medal of Honor, a modern day Middle Eastern shoot 'em up, seen in trailer form for the first time.
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…
.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.
The show is moving from "Friday nights at 1 AM"—which was technically early Saturday morning at 1 AM—to "Thursday nights at 12:30 AM." Again, technically that's early Friday morning, just past midnight. I know it's confusing, this whole time-telling thing.