What's On Good Game TV Tonight?

Let's find out what Bajo and Junglist will be nattering on about this evening.

Here's Jung with his weekly episode preview.

Here's what you can expect on Monday night's Good Game:

Colin McRae: DiRT 2 brings the dirt and dust of rally racing into your living room. Spanning over four continents and the beautiful EGO engine, we look at whether it’s worth the Colin McRae name.

Need for Speed: SHIFT definitely shifts gear from cop chases and underground street races, to be a more serious game. We check out how this semi-sim holds up.

Scribblenauts has definite promise, allowing the player to conjure up tens of thousands of nouns as in-game objects. Just type the noun, and it appears!

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 gathers all your favourite Marvel characters for another round of superhero fun. Adding fusion powers, we look at whether this beat ‘em up improves on the first.

We chat to Australia’s World Champion Tetris player, and answer more of your questions.

Catch Good Game Monday night's @ 8:30pm on ABC2, or late Fridays on ABC1, before rage.

Download/stream any episode from www.abc.net.au/goodgame or stream a higher quality version for 1 week after at www.abc.net.au/iview

Enjoy the show!


    Honestly, this show is starting to irritate me more and more every week. They review some of the dullest, most pointless titles each week, and treat one of the largest titles of the year like Halo 3: ODST with contempt because of their obvious anti-Halo bias, nitpicking away half-points until they can give it an average score.

    Then this week, they review some racing game rehashes and a superhero themed game that lights up their inner fanboys, and they forgive all the little things like shitty cameras and bad AI completely arbitrarily.

    As the closest thing to mainstream gaming-related programming Australia has, I simply expect better. If they can't even accomplish simple feats like reviewing games on their merits fairly, then they need to step aside.

      This sir is mearly opinion. We are all a bit spoilt when it comes to games journalism and the ability for us to get our fix 24/ 7 from the interwebs. A gaming related TV show in Australia will never have the pull to have any sort of exclusivity or breaking news, those right will always be reserved for the big paying sites.

    I quite enjoy good game, never watch it on TV but iView is fantastic, can't wait for it to be properly integrated on PS3. I think that mostly they review the games well and since it's just their opinions they do a good job.

    Keep it up :)

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