The problem is most of the members of TGH seem to have similiar tastes and opinions. You are all going to be against motion controls. You are all going to agree that the new Sonic games aren't good. You are all going to be against more regulations on the sale of video games to minors. If you all agree 90% of the time, it will be downright boring to watch.
What you really need to make this a debate is assign different people to be for or against the topic no matter what their personal opinion on the matter is. Unless there is someone playing devil's advocate here, there will be no conflict. The goal is to win the debate by using facts and putting up a better arguement than the other person or team. This would keep things more informative rather than every topic being about how they feel.
Other than that it would be cool to have a 3rd party (person not debateing the topic) or the viewers to decide who put up a better arguement and won the debate. Also allow for guest stars to be brought in either as debaters, specialists, or judges for certain topics.
Yeah, that's the idea. I realize that a debate in which the debaters are in agreement is not a debate at all. I'll be the master of ceremonies, at least initially, and crown the winner at the end of the debate. If people already disagree on something, and believe me, we don't agree on everything by any means, then we'll just let them duke it out, otherwise we will assign alignments to the debaters. It's just like the debate team in high school, except we'll be arguing about video games and such rather than things that are actually important. It should be fun for everyone involved so feed my hungry controversy belly with debatable topics please!