GMTV episode 4: detailed analysis
July 24, 2008
It’s out. Featuring ~22 minutes of content, I was highly impressed by episode 4 of GMTV. Featuring news, reviews and more, this is the most professional episode to date.
The show features a completely new look (to go with their new website), which is a huge improvement from the previous one. They have ditched their “retro style”. This time in reviews, Ancient War and Beneton Movie GIF.
But that’s not all: it features a new face-off feature. Basically, two games are picked, and 5 different features of them are compared: Graphics, Replay Value, Originality, Sound/Music & Game Features. This time, Ad Nauseaum 2 and Return to Sector 9. For every category, a star is awarded for one game, and the one with the most at the end wins.
There was also a bit showing off a typewriter script, much like the Weekend Extras (getting more of those would be nice, as long as there’s real content).
In overall, a very nice episode, worth a watch. (Somewhere around 4 out of 5 stars). But to the obligatory technical comment, I’m amazed how a 320×240 WMV (“high quality”) takes 217 megabytes of space.
Check it out. Even if you’re on a 56k modem.
3 Replies to “GMTV episode 4: detailed analysis”
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I’m loving the new look, but there’s a few errors in content and pronounciation. Otherwise, it’s pretty good. Best so far.
Oh, and R2S9 is better than Ad Nauseam 2. But that’s my opinion.
Most professional to date indeed. I still wouldn’t mind more professionalism personally, but its definitely getting there. Good job.