Icon was a cool show because it's always great to hear backstories about our favorite designers
God i miss this show. At least i still have that one episode on Mega Man Anniversary Collection that i can still watch, but i miss watching the rest of the series.
One that you guys didn't mention (this might just be me), Cheat! As a kid in the late 90's, early 2000's, who didn't really have much, if any, internet access, Cheat was a blessing for any and all cheating needs.
This was my favorite G4 show. I really want to see this concept get revived.
i actually agree. each title seems to be written by a jr. high student.
This was like the Biography channel for video games - my personal favorite show!
The history of the Gameboy was my favorite episode.
Then make your own blog post and do better?
These are such lazy posts. I came in thinking this would be an actual video series with the ScrewAttack personalities relating memories. But this? C'mon Craig! Half of the stuff is mispelled and just thrown up here. "Gaming on tv is better than gaming not on tv"?
Icons was one of the most creative shows G4 ever offered. If it wasn't for Icons, I would have never known that the NES could have possibly flopped in the US if it wasn't for that damn robot.
two more words: Code Monkeys
Even to this day, GameTrailers only occasionally produces retrospectives or specials as good as Icons.
I miss this show.
I loved this.
Yea, even though they renamed to Game Makers it still an awesome show to watch after school done.
I love how like 9-10 if the reasons revolved around what G4 USE to be. I liked this one. good trip down memory lane. would of been awesome to refer to Judgement Day and Portal though
KOJIMA WENT TO COLLEGE FOR POLITICAL SCIENCE AND NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT MAKING VIDEO GAMES!? WHAAAAAT!?
MIYAMOTO WANTED TO MAKE TOYS INSTEAD OF VIDEO GAMES!? WHAAAAAT!?
I LOVED THIS SHOW!!! I learned so much about video game history!! I think they changed the name to Game Makers or something?
I remember watching this show alot. This is when you don't have the internet and you wanted to know about Gaming history. This show is the way to go. The episodes of Metal Gear soild, Nintendo and Sega were my favorite
The Tetris episode stands out in my mind.