13 episodes

Veronica Belmont & Brian Brushwood can't live without video games. They'd literally die. TWiT's first video game show, Game On, fixes this. They are sustained by playing games and then gleefully bringing you news, reviews, and commentary about console and PC games that you'll get nowhere else. Please watch Game On, it's a matter of life and death.

Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.

Game On! (MP3) TWiT TV

    • Games & Hobbies
    • 4.0, 243 Ratings

Veronica Belmont & Brian Brushwood can't live without video games. They'd literally die. TWiT's first video game show, Game On, fixes this. They are sustained by playing games and then gleefully bringing you news, reviews, and commentary about console and PC games that you'll get nowhere else. Please watch Game On, it's a matter of life and death.

Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
243 Ratings

243 Ratings

assx20 ,

if Leo has them on..

the twit network, they must be informative and entertaining.

dotpats ,

Bring it back!

Pretty please?

DethAdder ,

Wanted to like it

This show is not for gamers looking for serious discussion on video games or the game industry. I was excited for this show because of other twit podcasts, but I was extremely disappointed after the first episode. The hosts serious lack subject matter knowledge, and every episode plays out like a 3 ring circus. The guy with the spiky hair is trying super hard to be the cool geek, but comes off stereotypical and obnoxious. The interview with Jaffe in Ep1 was a disaster. Both hosts just blurt out random things about games, that are either not factual or completely wrong. Serious gamers are better off watching the Super Mario super show. I could go on but why? Leo was right to axe this train wreck. Nice try but no cigar. I'll stick with The Giant bombast.

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