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If you want to make your eyes bleed, watch SpikeTV's video game awards "ceremony"

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In case any of you are interested in lowering your IQ by about 10 points, SpikeTV's VGA is tonight. It's sad that, publicly, this is the only awards ceremony the industry has got. Why can't the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences or something broadcast THEIR awards?

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In case any of you are interested in lowering your IQ by about 10 points, SpikeTV's VGA is tonight.

Is that all? I thought it would be closer to 50 points.

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It's sad that, publicly, this is the only awards ceremony the industry has got. Why can't the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences or something broadcast THEIR awards?

I forget whether G4 was broadcasting the GDCA's last year. That's not really "public" since it's a subscriber cable channel, but it's a start.

I won't be bothering to watch the awards.

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Supposedly Darkwatch, the game I'm working on, will be previewed on this channel or something. I don't know...I don't watch TV. I just got the email at work.

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I heard they brought out a PSP, claimed it was the only PSP in the country (doubtful, Archer Maclean likely has one) and then went on to announce a nonexistant game for it and show demo footage from the PS2 version of said nonexistant game.

Class-A journalism.

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I heard they brought out a PSP, claimed it was the only PSP in the country (doubtful, Archer Maclean likely has one) and then went on to announce a nonexistant game for it and show demo footage from the PS2 version of said nonexistant game.

Class-A journalism.

actually, yeah, that's pretty close to what passes for journalism these days.

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