We're in for quite the show
F*** The Oscars, man
The Game Awards 2018 was another impressive event from creator Geoff Keighley, blending gongs with game reveals and a general celebration of gaming culture. There’s a ceiling for how good this kind of show can possibly be, and the former Bonus Round host is very close to achieving it. It’s only right, then, that he...
When is The Game Awards 2018?
The Game Awards 2018 will soon be upon us, and this year's event sounds bigger than ever. Primarily an awards ceremony to celebrate the year's best titles, the creator of the show Geoff Keighley has been boasting about a record number of new game announcements during the presentation. But when is The Game Awards, and...
"Plus updates on existing titles"
Geoff Keighley is putting the hype train into high gear for this year's Game Awards show. The event, which is just over a week away, will not only reward many of this year's biggest and brightest games and studios, but it'll also play host to a record number of announcements. According to a new tweet from Keighley's...
"We haven't said anything about world premieres"
The Game Awards 2018 will have the largest selection of reveals in the show’s short history, but will Death Stranding be part of that? Hideo Kojima’s upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive has been the highlight of the event several times now, and with Sony pulling the plug on PlayStation Experience,...
We're in for quite the show
With less than a month to go, Geoff Keighley has begun to hype up this year's Game Awards show. Having grown steadily since its inception in 2014, The Game Awards has become as much a showcase for brand new games as an awards ceremony, with titles big and small debuting to a wide audience. As you may have been expecting,...
Get your predictions in
It's almost that time of year again. The Game Awards show is Geoff Keighley's baby, and it's of course returning once again next month. The glitzy awards ceremony should be an entertaining watch, potentially with a few announcements punctuating the applause and the speeches. But it is, first and foremost, about the awards,...
Keighley x Kojima
Keighley and Kojima sitting in a tree, we probably can't finish this joke for legal reasons. The game industry's deadliest duo is back are back in the headlines after Geoff Keighley posted a picture of Hideo Kojima on Twitter, as the daddy of Metal Gear stood next to a screen with The Game Awards logo on it. For those...
Last year’s instalment of The Game Awards was by far the best show that Geoff Keighley’s put together, so it’s reassuring to learn that the event will return on Thursday, 6th December. “Our team is deep into planning the 2018 show, which will be our biggest production yet,” the Canadian said. “We’re taking all the...
Three whole days of streaming
It may only be early February, but many of gaming's biggest players are already eyeing E3 2018. The annual Los Angeles event will, as always, take place this summer, and Geoff Keighley's just jumped on Twitter to let everyone know that his E3 Coliseum is returning. Essentially a set of livestreams stretched over...
Proof that perseverance almost always pays off: Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards 2017 was watched by a mind-boggling 11.5 million people – legitimising the ceremony, and painting a positive future for the event. The best news is that it was actually excellent this year, with a perfect balance of awards, reveals, and industry tributes. Hats...
Geoff Keighley's in full hype train mode as we race towards The Game Awards 2017. The big man has let slip that the production will play host to at least 15 world premieres, across both the pre-show and the main event. During a quick question and answer session, Keighley said that The Game Awards has "three or four things in the...
In the lighter days prior to the GamerGate scandal, there was an image of Geoff Keighley that went viral. It showed the journalist-turned-presenter sitting uncomfortably, surrounded by Doritos, Mtn Dew, and various bits of Halo paraphernalia. Fans, as they’re wont to do, had a little fun with the picture, and thus the Doritos Pope was...
Will you be watching?
The big man himself, Geoff Keighly, is back again next month with 2017's instalment of The Game Awards. Keighley's been putting together and hosting these award shows for a good few years now, spotlighting the best games and developers of the last 12 months. The shows themselves are a little too gaudy for some people's tastes,...
God of War, Death Stranding, more
As if all the usual press conferences aren't enough, Geoff Keighley will be weighing in at this year's show with the E3 Coliseum - a series of developer panels that'll highlight upcoming games. The confirmed lineup so far includes God of War, Death Stranding, Destiny 2, Crash Bandicoot, Assassin's...
Gameplay demos! Dev interviews! More!
Geoff Keighley's in the house. The industrious gaming journo is hosting this year's YouTube Live at E3 2016 coverage, which promises to include conferences, developer interviews, and gameplay footage. We're hosting the live video embed here for those who want to check it out.
On every gaming screen and VR
Oh, great. As we mentally prepare ourselves for a week of exorbitantly late night streams, industry icon Geoff Keighley has revealed that we can look forward to one more on 1st December, when The Game Awards will return. We thought that last year's show was just about as good as one could reasonably expect an awards...
"He knows no limits"
The Game Awards gaffer and ex-journalist Geoff Keighley hooked up with his mate Hideo Kojima at The DICE Awards last night, prompting a spate of hyperbolic tweets. Speaking of the developer's upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive, the Canadian said: "Blown away by the scale and ambition of what Hideo is planning. He
As was the case last year, The Game Awards 2015 proved a well-intentioned event, with a handful of decent reveals and some pleasant little featurettes. Credit must go to Geoff Keighley, who's managed to transform this show from a cringe-fest on Spike TV into something that gamers can generally be relatively satisfied with. Of course,...
Glory for Geralt
Well, The Game Awards 2015 are done and dusted. Overall, the show was rather typical of what we've come to expect, with cringe-inducing moments and awkward skits peppering the event - but it wasn't all bad. A respectable tribute to Nintendo's Satoru Iwata, who passed away earlier this year, comes to mind, while some of Geoff's...
An exclusive of mammoth proportions
Always one to tout his exclusive dealings, Geoff Keighley has revealed that next month's The Game Awards will feature our first ever look at Far Cry Primal gameplay. The newest instalment in Ubisoft's series takes a step into the prehistoric past, and it's slated to release on the 23rd February 2016. So far,...
That's a tough one
Yep, Geoff Keighley is back in early December with the Game Awards 2015, and today, the event has gone ahead and announced which games will be competing for the grand prize: Game of the Year. The five nominees include PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne, critically lauded The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, franchise finale Metal Gear...
Who will win?
Geoff Keighley's rebooted The Game Awards were much, much better without the intervention of Spike TV last year – and there's hope that the high-profile journalist will be able to build upon the formula with this year's event. Scheduled for 3rd December and due to be held in Los Angeles, the show will be streamed live on Twitch,...
Stock up on Doritos now
Good news for fans of Geoff Keighley: the popular presenter's Game Awards will return this December. Potentially piggybacking off the news about PlayStation Experience, the Canadian host confirmed the tidbit on the event's official Twitter account, promising that more information will be revealed "very soon". Last year's...
Keighley's coming at you hard
Did you enjoy our coverage from Bethesda's big E3 2015 press conference last night? Awesome, because we're about to do it three more times today, as we cover EA, Ubisoft, and Sony's media briefings live. Of course, if you're looking for a little something to do in the interim, may we recommend YouTube's live stream...
Sugar, spice, and all things nice
With the PlayStation 4 now readily available in North America and much of Europe, many are pondering what’s next for the console. We know that inFAMOUS: Second Son, DriveClub, and The Order: 1886 are on their way, but
Geoff Keighley teases shock and awe
There are now less than ten days to go until Sony’s big E3 media briefing, and the excitement is already starting to build. In order to drive some additional enthusiasm, connected industry insider Geoff Keighley has hinted that the Japanese giant’s event looks poised to be the best in some time. Writing on
All aboard the hype-train
Geoff Keighley's confirmed that next month's VGAs will play host to a PlayStation 3 exclusive debut "you won't believe". Of course this has set tongues wagging that the reveal will pertain to the heavily rumoured Title Fight — a Sony exclusive mascot mash-up featuring all of PlayStation's most memorable characters squashed into one mad-cap fighting game. We can..
We told you Geoff Keighley was back in the game didn't we? He's just sent out a Tweet regarding the reveal of Dead Space 2's first gameplay footage next week in GameTrailers' pre-E3 special
Another big game in our pre-e3 special next Fri First real hd gameplay footage from Dead Space 2. The show will also have the first gameplay footage of Killzone 3, amongst presumably a few others..
The latest promo for this week's GameTrailers TV has a very exciting tease for Sony fans
During a reel of Playstation 3 exclusives, host Geoff Keighley reveals a "surprise Sony sequel". Sony have been throwing exclusives at GTTV left and right in recent months, with God Of War III episodes and a ton of exclusive MLB 10: The Show trailers — so there's every possibility this might be..
GameTrailers TV's Geoff Keighley has given the first hint on Sony Santa Monica's next project, simply stating on his Twitter page, "Wait until you see what they're doing next
" It comes in response to a fan's Tweet to Keighley, in which he stated "Can't believe how amazing God Of War III looks." God Of War III already appears to push the limits of video game visuals. Indeed,..
Ok Geoff Keighley
We get it. You think your awards show has lots of cool stuff happening. But for goodness sake, much as we love you, we're getting a bit bored of hearing about you now. Stop using Twitter for five minutes, Geoff. Please. You're making us work. Too much. Don't frown at us. We love your smile still. We love the Bonus Round. But c'mon. You
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