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Friday, 04 November 2011 09:49

News for VGAs include surprises

Written by David Stellmack

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Return for Alan Wake and new BioWare title

The 2011 Video Game awards which will again be broadcast on SPIKE TV have released the nominees for the selected video game categories. In addition, during the show viewers will be treated to a trailer for a new Alan Wake title as well as a trailer for a brand new title from BioWare.

Fans can now vote for both “Game of the Year” as well as “Most Anticipated Game” at the vga.spike.com web site. The VGA event will take place on December 10th and will be broadcast on both Spike TV as well as MTV2. The VGAs will be available to international viewers as well in more than 100 countries, and it will also be viewable on the Spike.com website.


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