The glory days of G4TV remembered - destructoid

The glory days of G4TV remembered

8:40 PM on 01.02.2007

Ask any gamer that watched G4TV before 2005 about the state of the station's programming now and expect him to spit on the ground, set a picture of Kevin Pereira on fire, and then curl up in ball to cry about the good old days.

Basically the station sucks now and like all the other ex-fans of the station, FJR12 misses the great tech shows that once were G4TV. Watch his tribute to the cancelled shows that once held a place near and dear to the hearts of gamers everywhere.

Note that Electric Playground is still part of the G4 lineup, even though FJR12 didn't notice and added it to the montage of cancelled shows. There is still hope, at least until G4 ticks off Tommy and Victor further and they pull Electric Playground from the station like they did Judgement Day.


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