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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

My Body is Ready.

By RAWKHAWK2010 - Back to Spike TV we go.

So, nothing happened today. But that's okay, because this article isn't about what happened, it's about what WILL happen. 

A few weeks ago, me and my colleagues Ludwig Von Koopa and YoshiRider123 ventured into the hostile testosterone-injected territory of Spike TV; the network of COPS reruns, Kriss Angel, and perhaps most infamously, MANswers. (Where else will you find the answers to riveting questions such as how many breast implants one can fit in a beer stein? YEEEEEAAAAAAH!)

Anyway, we were there two weeks ago to watch Reggie Fils-Aime and Geoff Keighley chat it up about Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. And in a few short days, Reggie will be at Spike TV (specifically their annual video game awards show) once again. Which means we shall follow suit.

I almost forgot RawMeatCowboy even existed.

That's right, folks. Straight from the Keighley's mouth, Reggie Fils-Aime will be at Spike TV's VGX Video Game Awards (a previously very Nintendo-unfriendly event) to reveal a world premiere. We of course don't know what exactly will be worldly premiering beyond that it involves "an upcoming Wii U game", so make of that what you will. Some are already predicting it will be the world's first look at Zelda U given Reggie's recent choice of attire, but let's try to be optimistic here! There's a "Cranky Kong is the Fourth Kong!" trailer that needs debuting, lest we forget. Oh, and we need a second or third look at X! And a third or fourth look at Bayonetta 2! And Smash 4, lads! We can't forget about Smash 4!

KoopaTV's is ready too. Hence the title.

What would you like to see unveiled at this thing, dear reader? If it's not something stupid like a Metroid game, tell Rawk about it at RawkHawk2010 on Miiverse or Twitter!

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