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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Is Metal Gear Rising 2 In Development?

    After a tease yesterday and a denial from Kojima today , it's unclear if Metal Gear Rising 2 is in development – but with Kojima involved, things are never clear. What do you think? Kojima fooled everyone into thinking Solid Snake was the star of Metal Gear Solid 2, made us think Solid Snake... More
  • Blog Post: Hideo Kojima Denies Metal Gear Rising 2 Tease

    Hideo Kojima and Konami producer Ken-ichiro Imaizumi are denying what appeared to be a tease for Metal Gear Rising 2 during the Taipei Game Show. Slice that rumor: No Metal Gear Rising 2 tease at Taipei games show. Spoke to @Ken1555 from @Kojima_Pro_Live , it is not true. — Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley... More
  • Blog Post: The Game Awards 2014 Nominees Announced

    Forget the VGAs and last year's VGX. The Game Awards is a new event to honor the year's best games and developers. Today, producer Geoff Keighley announced the nominees for the inaugural year. Today in an informal Twitch announcement, Keighley shared the nomination process involving 28 publications... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Last Of Us: One Night Live And See Images From The Performance

    In just a few hours, you’ll have your hands on The Last of Us: Remastered Edition. To honor the culmination of this journey, creative director Neil Druckmann and actors Troy Baker (Joel), Hana Hayes (Sarah), Annie Wersching (Tess), Merle Dandridge (Marlene), and Ashley Johnson (Ellie). Joining... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-Sony CEO Jack Tretton Will Analyze E3 Press Conferences For Spike TV

    Sony's Jack Tretton had been the master of ceremonies for the company's E3 press conferences in recent years. Now, he'll be commentating on all the major E3 press conferences for Spike. The news came today via a tweet from Spike TV's video game correspondent and Gametrailers TV host Geoff... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Did You Think Of VGX Live?

    A new format made Spike's annual video game awards show feel much different than years past. What did you think? Rather than display a spectacle comparable to something like Mtv's Video Music Awards as it has done previously, this year's awards (retitled VGX) went for a more casual, laid... More
  • Blog Post: VGX Live Schedule Outlines What To Expect

    VGX Live (formerly the VGAs) is happening tonight, and though we don't know exactly what will be shown and premiered, a schedule of events gives us a pretty good idea. We don't have exact times, but this schedule of events will give you a good idea of what's coming up while watching the show... More
  • Blog Post: Geoff Keighley To Interview Phantom Pain's Mystery Man

    The saga of The Phantom Pain, a game assumed by many to be an elaborate joke created by Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and Konami, is set to get even weirder. Okay, for those of you who haven't followed our previous coverage of The Phantom Pain, here's the short version: A trailer for a new... More
  • Blog Post: The Final Hours Of Mass Effect 3 Now Available!

    As part of a 15,000 word behind the scenes look at the development of Mass Effect 3, it's revealed BioWare Montreal was working on first-person shooter called Mass Effect Team Assault. The Final Hours of Mass Effect 3, a new iPad app from writer Geoff Keighley, gives a close look at the game's... More
  • Blog Post: New BioShock Infinite Screen Teases Spike VGA Premiere

    Spike TV's annual Video Game Award show is known more for its premieres than awards. For gamers who want to see what they'll be spending their hard earned money on in the coming year, this isn't necessarily a bad thing. This year, Spike will air 13 different premieres, one of which is a new... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock Infinite Cleans Up In Game Critics Awards

    Game Informer declared BioShock Infinite the best game of E3, and it looks like we weren't alone. The annual Game Critics Awards' Best of E3 winners have been announced, and Irrational Games' dramatic shooter has emerged as the clear favorite of the annual convention. BioShock Infinite won... More
  • Blog Post: The Final Hours Of Portal 2 Now On Steam

    Geoff Keighley's "The Final Hours of Portal 2" app was originally an iOS-only look at the development of Valve's puzzler, but it's moved on to Steam as well. You can pick it up for $1.99 at the Steam store , and it includes the following: Play with portals in an interactive diagram... More
  • Blog Post: Portal 2 iPad App Takes Users Behind Closed Doors

    The app is called The Final Hours of Portal 2, but don’t worry, it's not an app that spoils the ending of Portal 2. Instead it gives users a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of this spring’s blockbuster. Journalist and GameTrailersTV host Geoff Keighley has spent the last three... More
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