A group of video game players join up to take on the ESports gaming world in search of fame and fortune.
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Dan Avidan ...  Alex Taylor 6 episodes, 2017
Arin Hanson ...  Ryland Smith 6 episodes, 2017
Michele Morrow ...  Ash Donovan 6 episodes, 2017
Jade Payton ...  Sam Kinsey 6 episodes, 2017
Rahul Abburi ...  Kamal Pasala 6 episodes, 2017
Michael Ornstein ...  Lorenzo Santella Jr. 6 episodes, 2017
Jesse Cox Jesse Cox ...  Jesse 6 episodes, 2017
Oliver Cooper ...  Steamin' Semen 4 episodes, 2017
Teresa Reilly Teresa Reilly ...  Jesse's Assistant 4 episodes, 2017
Terry Crews ...  Terry Crews 2 episodes, 2017
Zachary Cordoni Zachary Cordoni ...  Pro #1 2 episodes, 2017
Bryan McCarthy Bryan McCarthy ...  Pro #2 2 episodes, 2017
Stephanie Harvey ...  Pro #3 2 episodes, 2017
Nathan Lul Nathan Lul ...  Pro #4 2 episodes, 2017
Joey Sabo Joey Sabo ...  Young Ryland 2 episodes, 2017
Brian Wecht ...  Assassin / ... 2 episodes, 2017
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A group of video game players join up to take on the ESports gaming world in search of fame and fortune.

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In Rylan and Alex's living room, there is a sign on the mantle with a message that changes every episode it appears in. Episode 1: "I'M WITH (?)R JARK" (The camera never pans onto the sign entirely, so it's difficult to know what the whole message is) Episode 2: "FREE RICK" Episode 3: "OH HEY BIG ZAM" Episode 4: (This episode takes place in Lorenzo's house rather than the usual setting, so the sign is not present) Episode 5: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY LEO" Episode 6: (Much like episode 4, the story does not take place at Alex and Rylan's home) See more »

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Occasionally funny, but not great
3 October 2017 | by lasschadSee all my reviews

Pros: This show, although being sporadically funny, is entertaining. The banter between each of the characters is often times funny, and allows viewers to care for the characters as they are put into states of self-induced peril (like Sam in episode 3 and Lorenzo in episode 4.) The show's writing is oftentimes clever, and leads to great moments among the main cast of characters.

Cons: Each episode contains cliché story elements, such as the protagonist with a disturbed past (Ryland). The biggest element of predictability in the entire show is the set-up: A rag-tag group of misfits team up to take on a generic gaming competition. Who hasn't heard of that before? Also, the subplot including the titular game's developer is odd and tonally dissonant compared to the lighthearted main plot of the show.

Consensus: Good Game has moments of good writing and wit, but it plays it safe as a by-the-numbers competitive comedy.

6/10


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30 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Santa Clarita, California, USA

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