Let's face it, that's what this show is. If it ever does get picked up, it'll be known as "That show with Yahtzee and two guys." This is a pilot for Game Damage, a show that Yahtzee, of Zero Punctuation fame, and two guys, of Australia, are hoping will make it big.
I must point out that Yahtzee reminds me of Jarvis Cocker in this, from his dry delivery to aloof way he chooses to sit. That's okay though, because I really like Jarvis Cocker, especially when he's with two other guys.
What do you reckon on this then? Any good? Has potential? Personally, I can't help but feel this could easily have been a podcast, since the vast majority of it is based around three people sitting on a couch who, to be fair, look a bit uncomfortable in front of a camera. Of course, practice may loosen them up a bit, but I don't think anything will allow me to understand a word of what that chap on the right is saying. I don't think it's his accent, either. He's just not talking right.
Anyway, this is Game Damage. It is a thing on the Internet.
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