What’s On Good Game Tonight?

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What’s On Good Game Tonight?

STRAP YOUR SPURS TO YOUR BOOTS, PARTNER, COS IT’S FINALLY HERE.

* That’s right – our review of Red Dead Redemption – the whole GG office has been having a horse-punching, goat-chasing, hat-shootin’ riot of a time with this game. Check out our review in tonight’s ep!

* We also delve into the frosty fragging of Lost Planet 2.

We chat to some more Game Devs and find out what their career alternatives would be if not making teh video games.

Annnddd a backwards compatible on Sensible Software!

YEEE-HAW.

Catch Good Game Monday nights on ABC2 @ 8:30pm – and now also Good Game: Spawn Point (especially for younger gamers) on Saturday nights on ABC3 @ 7:25pm.

Watch any episode at www.abc.net.au/goodgame
Or if you miss them, watch higher quality versions on ABC’s iView service.

Til next week,
Hex

Comments

    • could not agree more with you gino ajax is boring and not funny and wtf was with that bit about lounge room domination last week? what a waste of time! come on gg i love your show bit its starting to slip!

      • I actually enjoy Ajax’s bits, but he does come off like an Australian TV presenter from the 80s. I don’t see how you could dislike him though, because his persona makes him funnier for it.

    • Tonight’s show would have wrapped on Thursday last week, so they wouldn’t have had time. He might be on next week – no inside info here, though.

  • I dislike Good Game, they always find a way to put a childish spin on every review.
    And that guy is always fidgeting and making annnoying gestures.

    • Not sure how you can expect them to have reviewed it last week. They would have received their review copies (along with the rest of us) around May 19/20, certainly no earlier than perhaps a day before the show had to wrap.

    • If you’re looking for timely reviews on television (or in print media, for that matter) you’re quite simply looking in the wrong place. As David’s outlined, the show has to work within a set schedule and it’s not always feasible to get a review out in time for release.

      What a show like Good Game can offer in place of the early reviews you’ll find online is a bit of fun and personality. If you don’t enjoy that about the show, that’s perfectly fine: don’t watch, and try not to complain too much.

  • I wish people would give them a break, if you don’t enjoy the show, turn it off!, Bajo and Hex do a decent job, and they have to cater to a lot of people. Just because some people are hard core gamers, doesn’t mean everyone is.

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