Don’t forget to tune in to Spike tonight!

News posted by Ryan on December 14th, 2008 at 6:36pm GMT

Tim Schafer and Mike TysonJust a reminder that the Spike Video Game Awards are on tonight at 9pm EST, during which the first Brutal Legend gameplay footage will be shown. It’s unclear how much (or little) will actually be demonstrated, but it’s certainly something you won’t want to miss if you can access the Spike channel.

According to Spike they’ll be putting the Brutal Legend premiere up for viewing online, however there’s been no indication of how good the quality will be. As such, it’d be really awesome if those of you with the appropriate equipment could record the show yourself in the highest quality possible — just in case.

Brutal Legend designer Tim Schafer has confirmed that he’ll be attending the event, along with many other guests including the likes of 50 Cent, former Xbox 360 boss Peter Moore, 24’s Kiefer Sutherland, and brutal boxer Mike Tyson.

A pre-show for the awards will be airing at 8pm EST, and can also be watched online.


[December 15th, 2008 at 2:16am GMT+0] The event has now been underway for just under 20 minutes, and it turns out that a live web stream is available. Enjoy!

2 metalheads have commented on this post
1. Jeff 13 years, 8 months ago

Thanks for the reminder, I’ll definitely be tuning in.

2. Choucroute 13 years, 8 months ago

I guess all the games-related videos of the show (if not the show itself) will be uploaded on Gametrailers in HD quality pretty quickly ?

PS : Let’s hope Mike T. will shut the f*ck up about the Meat Circus level backstage, or he’ll never gonna make it through the stage… Hey, Schafer just KO’d Activision after all. :)

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