The Game Awards 2015 are now in the past, and it definitely was an enjoyable show, with Geoff Keighley and his team having managed to build something relevant basically from nothing, after Spike dropped the awards in 2013.
Keighley himself commented today, expressing the hope to do the show again, and thanking fans for the support.
Thanks for all the nice comments and thoughts on @thegameawards A big team effort, hopefully we will get to do it again.
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 4, 2015
He also apologized to Electronic Arts’ Motive Studios Founder Jade Raymond, who accidentally awarded the Best Performance Award to Her Story‘s protagonist Viva Seifert for the wrong game. Apparently, the card was incorrectly printed.
Unfortunately, Raymond’s cheap shot to Kiefer Sutherland, for which she doesn’t appear to be very apologetic, didn’t seem to be included in the envelope.
You can see the whole hoopla below.