News Aaron Birch 8 Dec 2013 - 05:06
Spike's re-branded game awards, Vgx, aired this weekend, and here are some of the best trailers...
Although the general appreciation of Spike TV's gaming award is often mixed, being the source of much internet hatred, there's one thing the show always delivers, regardless of your opinion of it, and that's exclusives and new game reveals. This year was no different, and we got some demonstrations of some big name titles, as well as one or two major reveals.
As to be expected, the show featured more footage and coverage of known triple-a titles like Titanfall, Thief, The Witcher 3, Destiny and The Division, but it also focused on some new surprises. These included Telltale's two new projects, A Game of Thrones series, and Tales From the Borderlands, which sees the episodic developer team up with Gearbox to bring more depth to the world of Pandora. »
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