Spike is extremely excited to have the original “badass” Samuel L. Jackson return to the stage to host his 4th VGA and mark the 10th anniversary of the event. In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the VGAs, Spike has prepared a much more unusual and exciting award show than the viewer may be...
If you missed VGA 10 this past Friday, then you are kinda forever a loser. Okay, not really. But you did miss a memorable ceremony that celebrated ten years of the VGAs on Spike while giving us a glimpse of what's to come in 2013. Here are just some of the highlights.
A new addition to this year’s VGAs includes, in honor of the 10th anniversary of the VGAs, a fan vote of the top videogames of the past decade. This vote will celebrate a phenomenal decade of gaming and decide which game is the best of the best. Spike has teamed up with Entertainment Weekly to...
Some of Hollywood's most avid gamers hit the red carpet at Spike's 2012 VGAs at the Sony Studios in Culver City, Calif.
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Our GT video game brother Geoff Keighley brilliantly breaks down VGA 10 and Katie catches up with The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses producers Jason Michael Paul and Jeron Moore. The VGAs air December 7, 9PM ET/ 6PM PT on Spike and Spike.com!
Needless to say, a Zelda Symphony sounds like the coolest thing ever. Katie Linendoll heads on over to The Theatre at Madison Square Garden and catches up with The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses producers Jason Michael Paul and Jeron Moore.
This week’s episode of All Access Weekly will feature an interview with the producers of “Legend of Zelda: Symphony Goddesses.” The production combines the legendary music from the franchise with original arrangements, with the end result being a four-movement symphony.
VGA 10 is live TONIGHT at 9p ET / 6p PT. But wait, you didn’t think we were just going to give you the pre-eminent video game awards ceremony hosted by former three-time host Samuel L. Jackson along with celebrity guests, performances by Tenacious D and Linkin Park, exclusive trailers of games...
Oh, hell yes. Our radical homies over at GameTrailer fight through a long list of contenders and sort out their picks for the Top 10 First-Person Shooters of all time. This ain’t an easy list to come up with, people. Take a gander after the jump.
The prized Vector Monkey is up for grabs this Friday, December 7th on Spike. Let's get to know a little bit about our nominees.