Trying to figure out if Spike TV’s annual videogame award show is worth watching tonight? Well we’ve got the broadcast’s live schedule right here!
Aside from a couple of secret announcements, it looks we will be getting a better look at some next year’s hottest games. I’m hoping that the Tomb Raider announcement is for a sequel and I’m pretty sure that Titanfall exclusive look will make me giggle with excitement.
Update: the post has been updated with convenient links to all the relevant content (including all the videos with the trailers and live demos) showcased at the event.
Get an exclusive look at Thief – The VGX Preshow kicks off with a trip to Eidos Montreal to get a look at the next installment of the Thief franchise.
- VGX Start – The big show kicks off as hosts Joel McHale and Geoff Keighley take us through what kind of surprises are in store at VGX.
- Our first secret world premiere – We cant divulge all of our secrets, but trust us, you’re going to love this one. (Update: Tales from the Borderlands)
- Smosh reveals the future of video games – What will video games be like in the future? The game at Smosh reveal all at VGX.
- Tomb Raider announcement – Get a Tomb Raider announcement, exclusively at VGX.
- Lara Croft in the flesh – Camilla Luddington, the voice behind Lara Croft, appears at VGX.
- The Vector Monkey finds a home – We’re revealing the winner of either Best Action Adventure or Best Sports Game categories. You tell us which you want to see.
- Reggie takes the stage – Nintendo of America’s fearless leader, Reggie Fils-Aime takes the stage for a demo.
- Another Vector Monkey is awarded – VGX honors another of this year’s best games.
- Quantum Break revealed – VGX is the only place you can get a look into the world of Remedy’s next epic title.
- Get even more Quantum Break – Remedy’s Oskari Hakkien stops by VGX to take you deeper into Quantum Break.
- Bonus world premiere – Another surprise Bonus World Premiere (Update: Game of Thrones).
- South Park and the Stick of Truth – Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny set out on their most epic journey ever.
- Game of the Year Award – The creators of South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, award this year’s top honors.
- Mega 64 – Rocco and Shawn thought we left some awards out, so they filled in some of the gaps.
- Destiny arrives at VGX – Bungie’s latest title shines in this exclusive premiere.
- VICE’s Motherboard takes on Donkey Kong – Go behind the scenes and see the biggest rivalry this year’s Donkey Kong world championships.
- A new look at Broken Age – Double Fine’s Tim Schafer helps pull back the curtain on his next creation.
- Rooster Teeth present the pick for Cameo of the Year – You’re never going to guess who wins.
- World premieres as chosen by you – You tell us which world premiere you want to see next: Tom Clancy’s The Division or The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
- Who will be crowned best indie game? – Find out which little studio takes home the big award.
- Secret world premiere #2 – Another all-new game, brought to you by VGX. (Update: No Man’s Sky)
- Zombies infect VGX – See if you can survive this demo of Dying Light.
- VGX welcomes PEWDIEPEW – One of YouTube’s biggest names visits VGX.
- Thief steals the show – Get an exclusive world premiere for the latest entry in this beloved franchise.
- You choose the award – We’re revealing the winner of either Best Shooter or Studio of the Year categories. You tell us which you want to see.
- We name the character of the year – You voted, now find out who you chose as your Character of the Year.
- Another awesome world premiere – We’ve got some of this year’s biggest trailers – only at VGX.
- One final VGX award – You decide which award you want to see handed out.
- Titanfall world premiere – VGX welcomes Respawn Entertainment’s Vince Zampella for an exclusive look at one of next year’s biggest games (Trailer 1, Trailer 2)
- Rockstar rocks the house – An exclusive one night only performance of the music of Grand Theft Auto V
VGX will be streamed across Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, Twitch, iOS and Android devices, and available globally on VGXLIVE.com tonight at 6PM eastern. Spike TV will also air highlights of the show as ‘VGX Replay’ on Monday December 9 at midnight.
VGX is trying a new format for this year’s awards show by including more meaningful content like interviews and exclusive looks at some big titles like Bungie’s Destiny or Double Fine’s Broken Age.
Anyone want to guess at what the two secret premieres are? My money is on a next-gen Batman game and some sort of Star Wars game. I’m curious to see what games Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime willing demoing on stage tonight. Super Smash Bros, anyone? Finger’s crossed.