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VGX 2013 drew 1.1 million views, 'exceeded' expectations

The 2013 VGX show provided more than 1 million people with entertainment and/or fodder for Twitter jokes and angry forum posts, depending on who you talk to. According to a Polygon interview with Executive Vice President of Digital Media for Viacom Entertainment Group Erik Flannigan, Executive Vice...

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Telltale's Game of Thrones series to span multiple titles, years

Telltale's Game of Thrones deal with HBO is a multi-year, multi-title partnership, as detailed in a new press release from the developer. In other words, we're getting Games of Thrones across Years of Thrones. The news follows Telltale's announcement at last week's VGX awards, where the...

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Quantum Break takes the time to show a trailer at VGX

This trailer for Quantum Break from this weekend's VGX show gives us a bit more insight into the game's story. A science experiment gone wrong ends up breaking time, producing isolated anomalies freezing time in place. The end of time is coming....

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Thief VGX trailer introduces a character just in time to say goodbye

Thief's narrative arc involves a familiar set of circumstances: a girl falling to her presumed death and the protagonist's struggle to fight on after that loss. Plus, old men in even older robes. You may have seen this video when it premiered during the weekend's VGX live show, if you made it...

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No Man's Sky is a sci-fi exploration roguelike in a consistent universe

For the last nine months, a team of four at Hello Games has been working hard on something called "Project Skyscraper," which we now know as No Man's Sky – the upcoming first-person sci-fi exploration game revealed during the VGX video game awards show this past weekend. It was one of the...

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Spike VGX round-up: Telltale's new projects, Cranky Kong, No Man's Sky and more

Despite ending with musical performances that closely resembled a form of torture, the Spike VGX show packed some decent surprises! Joel McHale and Geoff Keighley endured four three hours of nonstop programming, and they only seemed to want to murder each other a handful of times. Let's recap...

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And the VGX 2013 winners are ...

The winners of the 2013 Spike VGX awards have been announced, and we've got them all compiled here for your viewing pleasure. Waiting to see who took home Best Studio, Best Character, Game of the Year and more? Well wait no more! Envelope, please. These are the winners that were announced during...

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt seeks VGX trailer

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will track its prey simultaneously on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime in 2014, but tonight the game got a fancy new trailer at the VGX. The mature RPG series and been announced to have 50 hours of killing monsters, concluding in one of 36 different states. ...

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Stryder class mech strides proudly in Titanfall reveal trailer

The Stryder class titan will be stridin' across your Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC when Titanfall lands on all three systems on March 11, 2014. This lithe and shapely mech outperforms every other class of bipedal death machine in speed and mobility but it lacks the heavier armor of other classes....

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Ogre class of mechs revealed for Titanfall

A secondary type of mech to the Titans, the heavy-plated Ogre, was revealed for Titanfall during Spike's VGX show. Ogres are a little heavier and slower in movement, but when you're waging war with jetpacks and mechs falling from the sky, options are good! When questioned about a beta, Vince...

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