X-Play (2003– )

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Adam and Morgan review the latest video games.

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X-Play" covers the games, gamers, and gear that fuel today's videogaming mania. It's jam-packed with sneak peeks of upcoming titles, unabashed reviews of new releases, and feature stories on the people who create, conquer, and live for videogames. "X-Play" tells it like it is. Written by Anonymous

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The "Drunk Girl" character who appears in various skits is played by Blair Butler, the head writer for the show. See more »

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When the show reviewed Metroid Prime (which is a Gamecube game), they incorrectly showed the Nintendo 64 logo on the screen. See more »

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Morgan Webb: Hello and welcome to X-Play, the show that brings you merciless game reviews such as this one:
Adam Sessler: Splinter Cell for the Nintendo DS... still sucks!
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Truly a gamer's show
13 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I started watching X-Play way back when it was still Extended Play. I've watched it pretty frequently since then and it's still a reliable video game show. Adam and Morgan are natural hosts and it's obvious they're passionate about gaming. Even Adam, with his stuttering and his bad jokes, has a certain charm.

The only downside is that recently, they've done away with the corny sketches. That may sound like a good thing, but they were a part of the show's personality. As cheesy and cheap as they were, they did showcase a good sense of humor, generating jokes and references that only seasoned gamers could get.


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