Geoff Keighley, who is known for hyping things up to maximum levels, has announced that this years Video Game Awards will feature an amazing old-school announcement that presumably no one will see coming. What do you think this epic announcement could be?
“Have an amazing VGA announcement coming together for old-school gaming fans….this one is very special to me personally.”
A couple Wii U details were shared during today’s GT.TV interview with Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime. Fils-Aime confirmed Nintendo is publishing Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 worldwide. Legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo EAD and Retro Studios are apparently working on ‘fantastic projects’ for the new console. Depending on their progress, Nintendo may reveal Wii U’s new projects before, during or after E3 2013.
After Nintendo’s E3 presentation, Reggie Fils-Aime sat down with Geoff Keighley. Reggie revealed that Platinum Games, the developer behind Bayonetta, is currently working on a new, exclusive Wii U title. The secret game will be published by Nintendo and will release alongside the Wii U console. The game does not have an official name yet but its codename is P-100.
On Spike’s “All Access Weekly,” video games journalist Geoff Keighley has announced that a new Mario game will launch with the Wii U. Keighley didn’t specify which Mario game will be released. On the Wii U Facebook page, Nintendo teased (but didn’t reveal) three video games that will launch alongside their new console – could a new 3D Super Mario title be one of them? We should find out which games will be launching with the Wii U in a couple of days during E3.
Geoff Keighley, host of Spike TV’s GameTrailers TV, has told his Twitter followers that he and his crew have just filmed a “huge top-secret game” for their E3 coverage. Keighley then went on to say it’s a game that no one will see coming. Any thoughts of what it might be?
“Today we filmed a huge top secret game reveal for our E3 coverage. Can’t wait to share it with you – no one will see this one coming.”
- Geoff Keighley via Twitter