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Didn't get a chance to watch the Spike Video Game Awards on Saturday night? Maybe you don't have cable, or your appetite for awkward television programming is limited; regardless, we want to help you help yourself and we're going to do that the only way we know how. A video game blog post. Wan...

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Ellen McLain, the voice of none other than Portal 2's GlaDOS, was probably the most charming celebrity to stroll down the red carpet at the Spike Video Game Awards. Sure, the reality show stars and athletes may have attracted more attention, but McLain was all smiles as she used her operatic voic...

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Supergiant Games' creative director Greg Kasavin made his way down the red carpet at yesterday's Spike Video Game Awards, and stopped to speak with Joystiq about releasing the excellent Bastion on the Google Chrome browser platform. "It was an interesting project from a bunch of different angles,...

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Game Director Todd Howard was at the Spike Video Game Awards yesterday to accept a well-deserved Game of the Year award for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and he said to Joystiq that the game's popularity has surprised even the development team. "We thought it would do well," he said, "but it has g...

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We cornered Epic lead Cliff Bleszinski on the VGAs red carpet yesterday to talk about the newly announced Fortnite, and he says that it'll be very different fare from the popular Gears of War series. "There's no dudebros in it," he told us outright. "Not that there's anything wrong with that, rig...

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Regardless of what you think about the actual Spike Video Game Awards broadcast, with its frustrating focus on everything but the actual video game awards, we don't think that means the awards themselves are any less valid. That could be because this writer is a judge (disclosure!) but if you ...

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At the Spike VGAs, some dudes from those American Pie movies awarded Blizzard with this year's Gaming God award. Mike Morhaime, Frank Pearce, and Allen Adham took to the stage to accept, revealing Diablo 3's final introductory cinematic. As you can imagine -- actually, wait, don't imagine. Just...

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With Gears of War 3 concluding Epic's flagship franchise this year, it's on to something new for the developer. It was kind enough to show just what that is tonight at Spike's VGAs: Fortnite. Fortnite sees characters building forts and emplacements against monsters and other terrors of the n...

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If you prick an Autobot, does it not leak Energon? If you stare longingly into Bumblebee's eyes, is it not kinda weird a bit? If a Dinobot roars, do you not run for your life, screaming and crying and probably peeing your pants a little all at the same time? Yeah, we thought so. ...

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Well, we just watched the last ten minutes of The Rundown, which means -- what else? -- we're watching Spike TV. That means two things: The VGAs are about to come on, and Sean William Scott just cut off a little piece of our soul, and devoured it wholesale. Ladies and gentlemen: The Spike 2011...

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Before this year's Spike TV Video Game Awards properly started, the event's pre-show debuted a live-action, non-gameplay trailer for Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Aside from being well choreographed and remarkably stylish, the trailer offers little insight into the title other than the fact that it ...

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Update: And it's over! Thanks for joining us! If you're like a lot of folks these days and rely entirely on services like Netflix and Hulu for your daily intake of episodic television goodness, you may think that your fiscal living situation will prevent you from watching this year's Spike TV ...

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