The 2010 Spike Video Game Awards concluded on Saturday night, and they certainly didn’t disappoint! Despite the tough competition, Need For Speed Hot Pursuit took home Best Driving Game and Criterion Creative Director Craig Sullivan was on hand to receive the award. Let the celebration commence!
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There were so many awesome announcements at the Spike TV Video Game Awards over the weekend, it’s hard to keep track of them all. Uncharted 3, Elder Scrolls V, SSX… it’s a veritable feast of gaming excitement. But rather than trawl through news archives to read about them, you can just have one look here and then click on what you want to see. Easy, eh?
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Last night Spike held their annual Video Game Awards, and by now you’ve probably seen most of the trailers unveiled at the event. So now I want to know: Which of the show’s major surprises were you most psyched about?
Some of the most obvious choices include Mass Effect 3, Uncharted 3, and Elder Scrolls V, all of which will apparently be out by around this time next year. Resistance 3 also got a 2011 release date alongside some excellent-looking gameplay footage. A Prototype sequel is on the way, and Guillermo del Toro’s game got a name (Insane) and a far-off 2013 release. Heck, there’s even a new SSX game coming, although as a long-time fan of the series, I’m still not sure what to think of that one.
So how about you? Which of the VGA announcements got you the most hyped for the next few years of gaming?
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The stars coming out for video game awards show.
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New Resident Evil set to shuffle into Spike's Video Game Awards if teasers images are to be believed (Resident Evil 6)Posted on November 26, 2010
If you enjoy sinking bullets into the skulls of living challenged souls, then you’ll no know doubt be excited to hear a new Resident Evil could be unveiled at Spike’s Video Game Awards next month. Well, that’s if a teaser video briefly showing the Biohazard logo (Resi’s title in Japan) is anything to go by. Gamerzines has also unearthed further t-shirt-based evidence (no, really), which hints at an announcement on the survival horror series being forthcoming…
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As it was previously reported here on Shogun Gamer, Spike TV plans to reveal a new zombie game during their upcoming annual Video Games Awards telecast extravaganza.
Naturally the rumor mill began to churn on the identity of this supposedly mysterious new zombie kill fest but once again the all powerful internet may have removed some the mystery behind the unveiling.
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