BNR: Let me get this out of the way: I watched The Game Awards 2014, the Geoff Keighley produced replacement for the VGAs- and I enjoyed them. If you followed my Twitter feed during the first several minutes of the awards, you'd have realized that. It was, on the whole, a classier affair than Spike's VGAs- dumb jokes and Mountain Dew were, for the most part, dodged. However, there were several (big) mistakes made during The Game Awards 2014. They weren't big enough to get me to turn the show off- but they were pretty significant. This was my first year watching, and I intend on watching next year- but some things need to change. Here are four things that could massively improve The Game Awards 2015.