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During the latest GT.TV, Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime teased some kind of showing from the Big N at VGX. He said, “We may be making an appearance, we may have something special. We’ll see.”

There’s already been plenty of speculation as to what Nintendo has in store. Interestingly, it sounds like Reggie himself will be appearing at the awards show.

Geoff Keighley, who is leading the efforts on VGX, tweeted the following earlier today:


VGX nominees announced

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The full listing of VGX nominees has gone live. You can find the full listing after the break. Voting can be done here.

Game of the Year

BioShock Infinite
Grand Theft Auto V
Super Mario 3D World
The Last of Us
Tomb Raider

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The official VGX website reveals a few more details about the upcoming show.

This year, the newly-renamed video game awards event will be streamed online. You’ll be able to watch the proceedings on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Twitch, iOS and Android devices, and globally on, Hulu, Yahoo Screen, the Yahoo Screen app and Viacom properties,,, and

Video game fans can expect the typical world-premiere trailers and announcements, along with game demos, one-on-one interviews, and panels in an “intimate studio setting.”

VGX can be watched on December 7 at 6 PM ET / 3 PM PT. Spike TV will air highlights of the show as “VGX Replay” on December 9 at midnight.

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Spike TV will once again be hosting its annual video game awards show. This year, though, it’ll come with a new name: VGX.

Geoff Keighley says the show will come with “an expanded digital footprint plus TV coverage on Spike.”

You’ll be able to watch VGX on December 7. The time is set for 6 PM ET, as announced during Spike’s PS4 All Access event a short while ago.


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