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2 hours ago, Marlew said:

Every time I hear him speak or contribute to anything I just think who is this generic cunt and why is he talking to me? He appears to be a man of no discernible talent or inspiration - neither particularly bright, interesting, funny, informative nor engaging on any level.


A narcissist like the great commander of the U S of A. 


Too full of himself, the whole show and games are just there as set dressing for his ego. He does or achieves nothing yet thinks of himself of the most important man in gaming. He is the main reason I won't ever watch this show. He is one of the worst 10 personalities in gaming for me. 

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3 hours ago, Marlew said:

Honestly who the fuck is Geoff? 


Every time I hear him speak or contribute to anything I just think who is this generic cunt and why is he talking to me? He appears to be a man of no discernible talent or inspiration - neither particularly bright, interesting, funny, informative nor engaging on any level.


I don't mean to be disrespectful, I'm just trying to be as accurate as possible. 

I don’t disagree, but at least “generic” is safe and has the least potential for offending people. Imagine if it was some teenage YouTuber you hadn’t heard of making jokes that fall on their arse and generally being a cringey trainwreck. I think that I’m happier with Geoff. :D 

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1 minute ago, Qazimod said:

I don’t disagree, but at least “generic” is safe and has the least potential for offending people.


You nailed it. He's had every single rough edge, fissure and crag of his personality sandblasted off by fate, leaving only a smooth sentient cipher. 

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5 hours ago, Professor Puzzles said:

Did it not get best Family Game or something?


Think that went to the Last of Us 2. 


Edit: balls, I see that gag had already been cracked. Can we ignore this and go back to ripping Geoff’s shoes please?


edit 2: I fell asleep at the critical moment, have the trailers for Wave Race and FZero next gen been taken down?!?!

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Why did I stay up and watch all that? I'm so tired. 


Extremely bland. Too many ads and sponsors - Geoff shilling an SSD, "we've teamed up with", etc.


Pointless celebrity introductions for awards and unknown reasons why a game actually one out of five completely different genres and art styles. Although that's no different from most other awards shows.


I watched it for the trailers, of course. An alright bunch, although I'm beginning to grow tired of CGI teasers where you don't get a hint of what the game actually is. Or the ones that say 2022 and beyond. That's so long away.


Roll on next year's awards.

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Stupid decision to stay up and watch this when at 8am I get woken up by the sound of next doors builders!


The show itself was ok with a few surprises shown way to early like Dead Space 4, Perfect Dark, Mass Effect etc all 2022 or later.


Last of Us 2 sweeping up the awards felt sorry for Animal Crossing it deserved an award.


Lots and lots of 4 player Left 4 Dead clones & we also get the original return with a new name.

Vin Diesel :lol:


Hazelight new game looks like a fun co-op title.

As already mentioned Geoff’s choice of shoes made me lol


In places felt like an Xbox E3 conference smart move by Microsoft to get more eyeballs on gamepass.

The important part which was the awards I don’t really care but felt sorry for Animal Crossing it deserved an award.

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10 minutes ago, RubberJohnny said:

Is there a list of what was announced anywhere?


Because this place, true to form, has created a thread for the one nostalgia product, and none for any of the new games.


Eurogamer's news section seems to have a pretty comprehensive summary from what I can remember.


Highlights for me in terms of new IP were probably It Takes Two, The Callisto Protocol, Back 4 Blood and Season. Two of those games are spiritual sequels to old IP admittedly.


3 minutes ago, teddymeow said:


Say what?! For real?


The Callisto Protocol is basically a spiritual sequel by a different team led by the executive producer of Dead Space.

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22 minutes ago, RubberJohnny said:

Is there a list of what was announced anywhere?


Because this place, true to form, has created a thread for the one nostalgia product, and none for any of the new games.


I missed the whole thing too, so I did some digging -  here's a round-up from IGN:



Devolver Digital Announces Loop Hero
Indie publisher Devolver Digital announces a new deckbuilding roguelite from Four Quarters called Loop Hero.


Tchia Announced
A new game called Tchia inspired by New Caledonia was announced and it looks to be a bright and colorful open world island adventure.


Sea of Solitude Coming to Nintendo Switch
A director's cut of Sea of Solitude is coming to Nintendo Switch exclusively on March 4, 2021.


Focus Home Interactive Reveals Shady Part of Me
Featuring stunning dark water-color graphics and a dreamy atmospheric, Shady Part of Me is now available on PC(Steam and Epic Games Store), PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch.


Nier: Replicant ver.1.22474487139... Gameplay Revealed
Our first look at the upcoming "updated version" of Nier: Replicant was revealed and it's now available for pre-order. It's due to launch next year on April 23.


Century: Age of Ashes Revealed
A medieval-fantasy game called Century: Age of Ashes was revealed showing off gameplay where you ride dragons and engage in PVP combat. It's scheduled to arrive in February 2021.


Sephiroth Announced As New Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighter
Keeping in tradition, Nintendo has revealed another fighter coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and it's none other than Final Fantasy 7's one-winged angel, Sephiroth. This exciting new addition is coming in December 2020.


Cinematic Trailer for New Perfect Dark Revealed
Coming from studio The Initiative, a cinematic trailer for a new Perfect Dark game featuring some cool first-person "eco sci-fi" visuals was shown. The developers confirmed the game is still early in development.


Back 4 Blood Announced
The creators of Left4Dead, Turtle Rock, announced Back 4 Blood, a first-person zombie shooter with co-op. It's launching in June 2021.


Hood: Outlaws and Legends Release Date Announced
A new trailer revealed medieval multiplayer game Hood: Outlaws and Legends is launching on May 10th, 2021 for PS4, Xbox One, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. If you pre-order it, you get early access to the game starting on May 7.


Scavengers Opens Closed Beta
Free-to-play action shooter Scavengers opened up a closed beta today. You can sign up on their official website.


Forza x Cyberpunk 2077 Crossover
Forza Horizon 4 is getting a Cyberpunk 2077 vehicle. It will be available for free starting on December 11.


The Callisto Protocol Announced
From the creator of Dead Space Glen Schofield comes a new sci-fi horror game called The Callisto Protocol. It will launch in 2022 for Xbox Series X, PS5, and PC.


Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Gameplay Revealed
Fatshark gave us our first look at Warhammer 40,000: Darktide gameplay, an upcoming 4-player co-op game.


Open Roads Announced
Annapurna Interactive and Fullbright dropped the world premiere of Open Roads. Open Roads looks to be a narrative-driven experience that centers around a mother and daughter's road trip.


Disco Elysium Final Cut Announced
A free upgrade of Disco Elysium dubbed the Final Cut is coming to consoles in 2021. The Final Cut upgrade will have voice over for every line and new quests!


New Look at Dragon Age 4
BioWare finally gave us a sneak peek at Dragon Age 4. It looks to confirm the return of some fan-favorite characters.


Endless Dungeon Announced
Rogue-lite tactical game and spiritual successor to Endless, Endless Dungeon, is coming to consoles and PC.


Crimson Desert First Gameplay Trailer Revealed
We were given a lengthy first look at some Crimson Desert gameplay. This upcoming open world action-adventure game is set to launch in 2021 for PC and consoles.


Overcooked Gets a New Chef
Swedish Chef from The Muppets is available now on Overcooked as a playable new chef!


Stunning Indie Game Season Revealed
An indie game coming from Scavengers Studios and featuring some Studio Ghibli-like visuals called Season was announced for the PS5.


Call of Duty Black Ops: Warzone Gets a Season One Trailer
Activision revealed some new details about the many updates coming to Season one of Call of Duty Black Ops: Warzone. The trailer also showed us our first look at a new Warzone map called Rebirth Island.


Ark 2 Announced
Ark 2 was announced with a trailer featuring Vin Diesel and two tribes going head to head as they barely escape the hungry jaws of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Ark: The Animated Series was also announced, featuring an origin story based on the game.


Fall Guys Gets a Season 3 Trailer
The developers of Fall Guys revealed a new season 3 trailer showing off some of the new winter-themed content coming to the game.


Outriders Announced
From Square Enix and People Can Fly, a 3 player co-op shooter set in a "desperate sci-fi universe" was announced. It's due to arrive on February 2, 2021 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.


Evil Dead The Game Announced
The horror franchise Evil Dead is coming to gaming platforms. The trailer featured four different playable characters taking on supernatural monsters in the woods.


Ghosts n Goblins Resurrection Announced for the Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is getting Ghost 'n Goblins Resurrection on February 25, 2021.


A New Look at Returnal
PlayStation Studios' Returnal gets a new gameplay trailer and a release date of March 19, 2021 for the PS5.


It Takes 2 First Gameplay Trailer Revealed
Hazelight shows off their upcoming project It Takes 2 with an action-packed trailer filled with adorable split-screen two-player co-op. It's due to launch on March 26, 2021.


Super Meat Boy Forever Gets a Release Date
Team Meat has announced their upcoming game Super Meat Boy Forever is coming to the Epic Games Store on December 23, 2020.


Oddworld: Soulstorm Coming Spring 2021
A new trailer for the upcoming installment of the Oddworld series revealed a release window of Spring 2021 with PS4, PS5, and the Epic Games Store as launch platforms.


The Elder Scrolls Online: Gates of Oblivion Announced
A teaser of the next expansion for Elder Scrolls Online called Gates of Oblivion was shown. A global reveal event is scheduled for January 21, 2021.


New Trailer for Monster Hunter Rise and Upcoming Demo Announced
The new trailer not only showed off some new monsters but also announced an upcoming limited time demo planned for January 2021.


Among Us Gets a New Map
We finally got a look at the new Among Us map that was teased about a month ago and it's scheduled to arrive in early 2021. It was revealed that it’s an ode to the Toppat Clan Airship from Innersloth’s Henry Stickmin game. Also, Geoff Keighley is a new mask available in the game.


Master Chief Comes to Fortnite
A new hunter is coming to Fortnite island and his name is Master Chief. The famous Halo character is now available to purchase as a skin for a total of 1,500 v-bucks. The Walking Dead's Daryl and Michonne will be getting added on December 16.


Scarlet Nexus Release Window Announced
Bandai Namco announced their upcoming anime action-RPG is arriving in the Summer of 2021.


Just Cause Coming to Mobile
The explosive action game is making its debut on mobile devices. No release date has been revealed yet.


First Look at Ruined King: A League of Legends Story
We were given the first look at the Ruined King gameplay. The turn-based RPG set in the League of Legends universe is coming in 2021.


Mass Effect Gets a Teaser Trailer
It's confirmed. The Mass Effect series will continue and it looks like maybe Liara T'Soni plays a role in the next sci-fi adventure. We patiently await more information. (AH!!!!)



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2 hours ago, teddymeow said:


Say what?! For real?


 It's being referred to as Dead Space's 'spiritual successor'



One game that came out of nowhere though was The Callisto Protocol, the first project from new studio Striking Distance Games, which is owned by PUBG publisher Krafton and is run by Glen Schofield, co-creator of Dead Space.




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