Britxbox's Richard Worrall writes: "If I had wanted to be Goro on Mortal Kombat, I know that GamesMaster would have helped me out. But what about the kids of today? What televisual hero can they call upon to find Halo 3's last skull? Actually, screw the kids (you know what I mean). Who is there for me and all the other adults that have grown up with videogames?
"Something went wrong before the turn of the millennium. Throughout the preceding decade, television was finally taking notice of gaming, with shows like GamesMaster, Bad Influence! and Games World leading the charge in a seemingly endless wave of recognition for the medium. Fuelled by the success of the SNES and Megadrive, these shows acknowledged what modern kids wanted on TV..."