That's enough of that
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...
Live blog and chat from Los Angeles
For one night only, the industry comes together to celebrate its achievements with The Game Awards 2017. And we’ve got live coverage from Los Angeles, complete with live blog and live chat. Multiple major releases will be duking it out for Game of the Year this evening, while host Geoff Keighley has...
When and where to watch annual industry ceremony
When are The Game Awards 2017? It’s a question many will be asking as anticipation builds for Geoff Keighley’s annual shindig – an event that’s always put under a microscope by gamers but is usually created with the very best intentions in mind. In addition to a packed schedule of big awards...
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...
That's enough of that
Alright, settle down everyone -- it's time to throw another rumour onto the trash pile. Over the last few days, numerous websites have been reporting that a sixth instalment in a major series (read: The Elder Scrolls VI, SoulCalibur VI, Halo 6) will be revealed at The Game Awards this Thursday. However, the story has been...
The Game Awards has just announced its list of nominees for the upcoming show on 7th December, and Horizon: Zero Dawn has come out on top with five nominations. Aloy's adventure is nominated in the following categories: Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, Best Narrative, Best Art Direction, and Best Action/Adventure Game. Elsewhere,...
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,...
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,...
2016 shaping up to be stellar
Despite the brilliant Bloodborne still being the highest rated exclusive of the year, there's been some dissatisfaction with the PlayStation 4's exclusive offerings since launch. Next year looks set to change that perception once and for all, though, as Sony has assembled a dizzying roster of first-party software –...
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...
"No one will guess this one"
Geoff Keighley’s patented world exclusives are starting to take shape now, with the likes of No Man’s Sky, The Order: 1886, and Bloodborne all lined up for this week’s The Game Awards. However, the Canadian journalist still has some surprises up his sleeve – including one very special announcement from EA...
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