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In addition, G4 took advantage of the new set and show format by expanding X-Play's schedule in order to air new episodes five days a week.However, economic factors forced G4 to contract X-Play's schedule back down to only three original episodes per week, starting on March 2, 2009; in addition, the show's timeslot was moved out of prime-time to p.m.
For the occasional special episode, filming would move off-site to another location, such as the Sony Metreon arcade, and numerous game conventions such as the Classic Gaming Expo and E3.Game Spot TV, Extended Play, and X-Play all originated in San Francisco, California.Throughout the course of the show's history, it has gone through numerous changes, in more than just name.Production of G4 programs was relocated to the Studios of the E!Television Network situated elsewhere in the Los Angeles area.The filming setup was increased to three cameras; a main floor camera, a Jibcam for high angle shots, and a black-and-white handheld DV camera, which would be cut to suddenly and intermittently throughout episodes.
X-Play's primary set consisted of a single couch, coffee table and television (with working game consoles) positioned in the middle of the large studio floor, but hosts Sessler and Webb would migrate around various areas of the studio, normally not even going to their actual set until the end of the program.
X-Play had a larger scale than that of Extended Play, but it still maintained an extremely simple and spartan style.
Filming was done in Tech TV's Studio A, home to the sets of Call For Help, Fresh Gear, and Tech Live.
X-Play (previously Game Spot TV and Extended Play) is a TV program about video games that ran between July 4, 1998, and January 23, 2013.
The show in its final incarnation was hosted by Morgan Webb and Blair Herter, with Kristin Adams (née Holt) and Jessica Chobot serving as special correspondents/co-hosts (Tiffany Smith, Alex Sim-Wise and Joel Gourdin have also served as correspondents during the show's run).
Unlike its predecessors, X-Play had more of an edge, containing some adult language and more mature (sometimes controversial) subject matter. X-Play aired four brand new episodes for their first two weeks, but would ultimately air three new episodes a week for the majority of the show's remainder on Tech TV.