Televised video game awards earn such a niché audience. The appeal to the medium is considerably minuscule compared to film or music. For the last 10 years, Spike has attempted to draw in the masses by injecting mainstream pop culture into their own Video Game Awards show. Establishing a more interactive element, this year’s Spike VGAs brought new life to the awards show. See the full winners list after the break. Continue reading →
Awards season isn’t just about the film industry, video games also have their day. Come December 7, Spike TV will broadcast their Tenth Annual Video Game Awards hosted by Samuel L. Jackson. More of the obvious choices were nominated, including Assassin’s Creed 3, Halo 4, and Mass Effect 3. But there are some rather interesting choices in major categories that stir up the pot. See the full list of nominees after the jump. Continue reading →
Videogaming has always come second nature to me whether it involved sports, FPSs, RPGs, action, and all the rest. I have always been fond of the videogaming industry and this year I was able to catch all of the major announcements from Microsoft, Ubisoft, EA, and Sony today thanks to the lovely people at G4. Many big surprises and some disappointments. Mostly, I’ve found this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo is somewhat average, thus far. I don’t own a Playstation 3 or an XBOX 360, but a lot of games they showed today really made me want to buy them, but nothing huge has struck my fancy. Read on and see what I thought of today’s events.