Whatcha want, and whatcha gonna get. Hopefully no socks and lots of games. The panel takes calls on what games you want as gifts. And the hosts get festive by discussing games that were hyped but failed to sale.
Agetec drops by to show us Disaster Report and we find out why people are comparing Metroid Prime to Halo, for shame! Then it's return of the Three-way Host Challenge when all three hosts play Mario Party 4.
This episode is full of answers. We get the scoop on Xbox names, find out who the ESRB is, and spell out the gaming genre acronyms. We're also check out the latest James Bond game, and Sony is here to discuss their new Ratchet & Clank game.
Duh, Dum. Christina Taylor visits the studio to fill us in on Legacy Interactive's new Law & Order game. And it's a blast from the past as the crew from 7 Studios promotes their 3D update of the arcade classic, Defender.
We loved it on the NES, now try the new version of Contra as reps from Konami come by. Then catch G4tv.com's first ever Three-way Host Gaming Challenge as the hosts take each other on in Super Monkey Ball 2.
The modern arcade, is it even worth it? Viewers call in with their opinions. Serene Chan & Jean Raymond stop by to show off Transworld SnowBoarding from Infogrames. And Scot had to fight for his life in this very special episode.
Robert Loftus from THQ stops by the studio for a preview of Summoner II, and Tracy Akins, a physical therapist, suggests ways to avoid common gaming injuries. Plus look for a discussion on the Microsoft/Rare deal.
What's up with Greece (the country not the movie) and wanting to ban games? Need help getting your PS2 on-line? What does video game journalist Geoff Keighley feel about the state of the industry? Find out in this episode.
Celebrities in video games. Not the best of the bunch, but we look into this trivial aspect on this episode. And Wes Eckhart drops in to talk about Nova Logic's latest release Delta Force: Black Hawk Down.
Is there something wrong with guys who want to play as women? Is it any better if the gals are wearing a bikini? This question is tackled and Jarrod Phillips, VP of House of Moves, and Gary Coleman stop by to discuss the motion capture process.
Robotech is back! Producer Carlos Rodriguez stops by to discuss the soon to be released Robotech: Battlecry. And the panel discusses games being used as propaganda devices, games being used in prisons and controllers for the disabled.
What can and can't you do in video games? Today the panel discusses existing taboos in the gaming industry. Serene Chan from Infogrames joins the panel to give details about Transworld. And finally, Scot and Tina go head-to-head in a no-holds-barred battle in Legends of Wrestling.
Seamus Blackley, one of the creators of the X-box, is in-studio to answer questions about leaving Microsoft and his plans for the future. We also take your calls and scour our message boards to tackle the issues gamers are talking about.