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Public service announcement: Before you make plans to interact with people outside your home tonight, you should be aware that the VGAs are being broadcast this very evening. It's your chance to see loads of exclusive gaming announcements, trailers, and awkward banter.
The show is being broadcast live on Spike TV, MTV2, and Spike.com tonight starting at 7:00 p.m. Central. The preshow starts 30 minutes earlier, and co-hosts Amanda MacKay and Daniel Kayser will be asking celebrities questions sent through the #VGA hashtag. Now's your chance to ask Battleship star Brooklyn Decker her thoughts on the increased popularity of day-one patches for retail games and how they ultimately affect people who live in areas that don't offer broadband Internet access. Alternately, you can just ask how awesome it was to work with Liam Neeson. Your call.
The whole thing is being hosted by Chuck star Zachary Levi. We'll be posting updates throughout the evening, so be sure to keep Game Informer Online open in another tab. Or else.
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I have no plans on watching this. That's why I have GIO :)
Oh yeah. I forgot.
Their announcements are invalid because all it comprises of are AAA games that probably paid their way onto their. There are no games of any sort of artistic achievement in the awards.
Michael Bay should get involved in games since only middle-grade summer blockbuster type games are the only ones that get any awards.
I already forgot.
Im too interested in The Last of Us to not watch. *** YOU HYPE!