Upcoming Wii U Game to be Featured on VGX for December 7, 2013

VGX is set to launch soon. This next evolution of the Spike TV “Video Game Awards” will now showcase some exclusive world-premiers on its December 7, 2013, show. This will be a huge event filled with premiers, awards, concerts, and more. Even Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime will be there presenting a brand new Wii U game. You will be able to watch the event on a number of online streaming services, including Twitch, Hulu, Yahoo, Spike, Comedy Central, MTV, BET, and GameTrailers. Head to VGXLIVE.com for more information.

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VGX TO FEATURE A SPECIAL ONE NIGHT ONLY PERFORMANCE OF THE MUSIC OF “GRAND THEFT AUTO V”

“SOUTH PARK” CREATORS TREY PARKER AND MATT STONE CONFIRMED TO APPEAR ALONG WITH AN EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK OF “SOUTH PARK: THE STICK OF TRUTH”

VGX REVEALS FIRST WAVE OF EXCLUSIVE CONTENT TO BE STREAMED DURING LIVE MULTI-PLATFORM GAMING BINGE FOCUSED ON WORLD PREMIERES AND BREAKING NEWS

“VGX’ To Showcase the Most-Ever Exclusive World-Premieres Including “Titanfall,” “Quantum Break,” “Broken Age,” “Dying Light,” “Tom Clancy’s The Division,” “The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt” and An Upcoming Wii U title from Nintendo

VGX to Live Stream Across All Screens and Gaming Devices Worldwide Including Xbox One, Xbox 360®, Playstation®3, Twitch, Hulu, Yahoo, Steam And Viacom Properties Spike.com, ComedyCentral.com, MTV.com, MTV2.com, BET.com and GameTrailers.com on Saturday, December 7 at 6:00 PM ET / 3:00 PM PT on VGXLIVE.com

New York, NY, December 3, 2013 – VGX, the inaugural all-day live multi-platform gaming event, revealed today that it will include a special one-night only performance of the music of “Grand Theft Auto V,” featuring a host of artists from the game’s soundtrack and score, and streamed on VGXLIVE.com and across all screens and gaming devices worldwide.

VGX (#VGX) also announced that “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will be on hand along with an exclusive sneak peek of the highly anticipated game “South Park: The Stick of Truth.” Additionally, VGX unveiled its first wave of exclusive world premieres that will be debuted during the three-hour live stream on Saturday, December 7, beginning at 6:00 PM ET / 3:00 PM PT.

The new VGX format dives deeper into the world of gaming and extends its coverage beyond awards presentations. Fans will have unprecedented access to the industry’s top developers and talent and more exclusive world premieres than ever including exclusive new looks at “Titanfall,” “Quantum Break,” “South Park: The Stick of Truth,” “Broken Age,” “Dying Light,” “Tom Clancy’s The Division,” and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.” VGX will also feature Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime presenting a new look at an upcoming Wii U game. Additional exclusives to be revealed shortly.

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  • Anthony Moss

    Please don’t be Donkey Kong or Mario Kart.

    Please.

    • Gamer_Greg

      My thoughts exactly. I have this feeling that it will be Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze.

      I really have high doubts that it will be something unannounced. I’m thinking 90% likely for DK: TF, 5% Mariokart, 4% Smash Brothers, 1% Zelda U. I’m seriously doubting anything not listed in this above guess.

  • Steve

    What I would love to see is either Zelda or Metroid.

    • Gamer_Greg

      Metroid! Would love that. Though I seriously doubt it would be a new game reveal.

      I did schedule to record it, I’ll just have to avoid the Internet before I watch it.

      • Steve

        That’s one of the things the Wii U needs to appeal to today’s audience — a high quality, attractive, well-done, online, FPS. Call of Duty is great, but you can play it on any system. Something in the Metroid Prime style would drive people to Nintendo (theoretically).

        • Gamer_Greg

          I agree 100% with this. I think instead of going after more Mario, Nintendo needs a FPS with Metroid. A Kid Icarus game on Wii U would also be new and unique. Also Star Fox, F-Zero could use some revivals as well. I think Mario needs a rest.

          • Steve

            Oh, I’d be all over a new Star Fox. Just imagining an HD Star Fox with online multiplayer makes me happy!