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He is so horrified at its incompetence that he sets out to look for the programmer who turns out to be recurring arch-nemesis Fred Fucks. Together, they must complete the game. The Nerd tries to get away for a vacation and ends up crashing onto an island full of people in inflatable dinosaur costumes and the game Trespasser for PC.
Due to the game's notorious design, he gets help from Shesez of Boundary Break. Following being burned alive in the previous episode, the Nerd finds himself in Hell with the Violator in his clown form and is forced to play video games based on the Image Comics character Spawn.
It is the end of the year as comes upon the Nerd. Hyde , by forcing them to wear masks to the end of the world. And then, the Nerd decides to challenge himself by playing The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask , a Nintendo 64 game that is well beloved by many, but that he himself finds frustrating and abhorrent. The following collection of videos features appearances by either James Rolfe, or his character The Nerd:.
Notes: Although technically not a video involving the Nerd, two characters from the film would later go on to feature in the AVGN series. The following collection of videos features appearances by either James Rolfe, or his character The Nerd. Notes: Until it was posted online to Channel Awesome, this video was an exclusive feature on the film's Blu-ray release. Notes: Because of the family friendly nature of Captain S , James Rolfe had to tone down the nature of his character for this special episode.
In addition, no review is made of Wrath of the Black Manta , despite it featuring in this episode. In , from December 1 to 25, a series of mini episodes was released in the style of an advent calendar , in which the Nerd comments on poor examples of video game cover art. The following list these episodes:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Notes: This episode was originally created on May 25, , and previously only available as a part of a film compilation tape with other short films created or directed by James Rolfe. Notes: This episode was originally created on May 28, , and previously only available as a part of a film compilation tape with other short films created or directed by Rolfe.
Notes: This episode was intended to be the last to be made by Rolfe, before the online series took off. Notes: This is the first episode to feature the Nerd's theme song, created by Kyle Justin. First appearance of "guest reviewer" Shit Pickle, a cartoon pickle with feces as hair. Notes: While the DVD edition contained new music in place of that from Nightmare on Elm Street , an edited edition for ScrewAttack featured both an alternate opening and ending to the episode, along with the song " Welcome to My Nightmare " by Alice Cooper over the end credits.
Notes: Up until this episode, the show was known as " The Angry Nintendo Nerd ", before Rolfe changed the name to allow him to focus on games on other systems. The Nerd discusses the naming of sequels for various movie and video game franchises he has seen or played. Some elements of the review were edited out for the DVD version.
Notes: Both the YouTube and DVD versions feature a mimic version of the Ghostbusters theme, while due to copyright issues, clips from the movie were replaced with still images for both versions. Notes: Both the DVD and YouTube re-release version feature different soundtracks to the original, while copyright issues meant that clips from the Ghostbusters ' movie were replaced by still images from its poster.
Notes: This episode features the full-length theme song. The Nerd finds out what another add-on for the Sega Genesis is like — the 32X — and tries out some of the games that were made for it, including Primal Rage and Doom.
Another superhero has had a bad game made about them, so the Nerd delves in to find out just what it's like to play Silver Surfer for the NES. To protect the independence of good games from bad ones, the Nerd takes on the PlayStation game based upon Independence Day , and is soon wishing aliens could destroy this one. The Nerd will be saying more than " D'oh! Notes: Due to its suggestive nature, this episode is not available on YouTube. It is currently available through the Cinemassacre website.
Klaszky [ citation needed ] credited as Jimmie Jim Slugg as the hillbilly. The Nerd struggles to be a true hero, as he looks to tackling a console version of a classic game — Dragon's Lair for the NES. Guest Stars: Co-founder of ScrewAttack. Notes: According to James Rolfe, who introduces the episodes, this episode was a previously unreleased episode originally written in November Notes: This episode did not include a review of Jack Bros.
He later acquired a copy of the Japanese release of Jack Bros. Rolfe later uploaded the updated episode to YouTube. The original release of the episode featured a clip from the film Waterworld ; it was removed from the update. Notes: Both parts were merged into one episode for the DVD version.
Notes: For copyright reasons, re-releases of this episode do not feature the review of the movie, although it is still mentioned in the game review. The episode's opening segment consisted of a medley of fan-made theme song renditions. Notes: James Rolfe included a brief review of the Vectrex for this episode. Bad games will never be faster than a speeding Super Nerd, as he reviews two bad video games based upon Superman , made for the Atari and NES.
Notes: James Rolfe included a brief review of the Commodore 64 for this episode. It was also technically the last episode to have filming done in Rolfe's gaming room in New Jersey, before production focused on its new site in Pennsylvania. Notes: The opening sequence for these episodes was specially themed around a parody of the 60s Batman TV series opening, and was animated by Matei.
Notes: This episode was made through fan-based input requested by Rolfe, asking for fans to submit their experiences with the game and the dialogue they would use for the review. Those whose input was chosen for the review, were credited at the end of the episode. Notes: The YouTube version was edited with an additional minute of content.
A scene that was featured in one of the reviews was edited out in the DVD version for copyright issues. The Nerd begins his three-part review of the Philips CD-i by giving a brief overview of the console itself, and playing Hotel Mario. The Nerd tries to moonwalk his way around another bad game, as takes a look at Michael Jackson's Moonwalker for the Genesis.
The Nerd spends some time taking a look at the Atari Jaguar , including some of the games made for it such as Tempest , Alien vs. Predator , and Doom , and an add-on — the Jaguar CD. He also takes a look back at the history of Atari , and the competition between different consoles for superior processing capabilities.
Unfortunately, he is unable to get the Jaguar CD to work properly. The Nerd finds out what the Magnavox Odyssey console is like, by trying it out along with some of its games. There's a mutation of bad video games to review, as the Nerd looks at those based on the X-Men , made for the NES, Genesis and video arcade machines. Notes: Because of the game being reviewed, the opening intro sequence, designed by Mike Matei, was themed around the opening credits for The Terminator.
Notes: Like the previous episode, the intro sequence, designed by Mike Matei, was themed around the opening credits for Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Another console comes under the Nerd's gaze, as he takes a moment to review the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer , and finds out how horrendously bad one of its games is — Plumbers Don't Wear Ties.
A bad game filled with flaws and issues leaves the Nerd wanting to be out of its pit, as he tries out Super Pitfall for the NES. Notes: James Rolfe included a brief review on the Godzilla movies for this episode. The last three games featured, were not given a detailed review in the episode.
In a four-part special, the Nerd spends his Halloween by taking a look at various games from the Castlevania series. Part 2 of 4. Part 3 of 4. Part 4 of 4. The woods today are filled with bad games, but the big bad Nerd has to venture into them if he's to complete his review of Little Red Hood for the NES.
Notes: James Rolfe included a short review of the TurboGrafx for this episode. In addition, the episode's opening sequence featured a montage of the title cards created by Mike Matei used in the past series of episodes between and The Nerd spends some time looking over different versions of video game consoles that were designed to play the Pong video game, including the good ones and totally bad ones. Notes: Due to copyright issues, a scene in the review was edited out for the DVD version.
The Nerd concludes his review of Action 52 by taking a look at one game in particular in its selection — Cheetahmen. Notes: The opening sequence for this episode was deliberately glitched, to keep it in line with the episode's theme. Notes: The title card made for this episode is based upon a poster for the film version of Dr. The Nerd finds it highly unlikely his next bad game is gonna surprise him, as he reviews Lester the Unlikely for the SNES — a video game with a problematic protagonist and difficult gameplay.
Notes: This episode features many hand-drawn illustrations created by Mike Matei. Grinch ", incorporating NES-styled audio elements, for this episode. The Nerd wonders if he's daydreaming about his next bad video game, as he takes to reviewing the different flaws and styles of gameplay found in Day Dreamin' Davey for the NES. Notes: The intro for this episode features clips from previous episodes along with a montage of all the title cards created for it by Mike Matei.
Until the th episode, this was the last one to feature a title card by Matei, due to personal opinions on their usage. Notes: A teaser for Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie was shown at the end of the episode, intended to advertise the movie before unforeseen difficulties in filming pushed back its release date.
James Rolfe gives fans of the Angry Video Game Nerd a behind-the-scenes look at how an episode of the web series is made, by showing what is done when reviewing a game. The Nerd finds nothing cool about his latest review of a bad video game — Kid Kool for the NES — as he showcases the many flaws in its gameplay. Notes: Contri helped co-write this episode. This was the last episode to be filmed in p.
He soon shows off how horribly difficult the game is, even on its easiest setting. Notes: This is the first episode to be filmed in p HD. The Nerd attempts to show his fans how to play and beat the video game he got as a kid — Ghosts n' Goblins for the NES. The Nerd takes a look at a variety of sport-themed games made for the Atari , including football games, baseball games, boxing games, soccer games, and golf games.
The Nerd casts his eye on a selection of hardware by Tiger Electronics , including a selection of LCD handheld games and wristwatch-styled games, plus two portable consoles — the Game. It's another Halloween, and the Nerd tries to find something scary that could pop out of his NES game cartridge, when he takes a look at Alien 3. The Nerd takes a break from bad games to look at a collection of titles based around his life, featuring those for the PC and iOS, as well as two special ones made for the Atari and NES.
The Nerd takes a look back at department store wishlist catalogs before tackling a wishlist of games that fans wish for him to review including Bad Dudes , Skate or Die! Travelling back to the Noughties this time around, the Nerd takes on Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing for PC — a poorly-made video game considered by reviewers as one of the worst to have been made, due to the many design flaws, bugs and glitches that were in it. Notes: Although basically a clip from the movie, this episode differs from it in that it featured actual footage from the game; in the movie, the game was represented by specially-made animation of the game, due to a lack of licensing rights to the original version.
For the seventh day of his Christmas, the Nerd is lulled into a false sense of hope for a good game, as he reviews V. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as himself. For the ninth day of his Christmas, the Nerd smells a bad game amongst his presents, as he tackles with the confusing gameplay of Porky's for the Atari For the tenth day of his Christmas, the Nerd has a go with playing the HyperScan — a console designed to use special cards that need to be scanned into it to play its selection of games.
For the eleventh day of his Christmas, the Nerd questions why he needs to walk around a virtual version of a real theme park, as he tries out Universal Studios Theme Parks Adventure for the GameCube. For the twelfth and final day of his Christmas, the Nerd wonders what use there is to make art with LJN Video Art , and recalls some of the better art games made in the past including Mario Paint.
The Nerd takes a look at a horrible game that never left Japan, and featured so many things that were wrong with it — Hong Kong 97 for the Super Famicom. Finding a bad video game to review is hard, so the Nerd turns his attention towards the TurboGrafx , and a game based on the Darkwing Duck cartoon series.
Notes: This episode was dedicated to Leonard Nimoy , the narrator for the English-language version of Seaman , who died that year. Another Halloween arrives, and the Nerd spends it tackling another bad game that has truly poor gameplay — The Crow: City of Angels for the Sega Saturn. Christmas has arrived, and the Nerd has received a copy of a bad game to look forward to — Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero for the Nintendo To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Cinemassacre YouTube channel, the Nerd updates his gaming room and tackles a collection of bad games in HD.
Extra, extra — the Nerd tackles reviewing Paperboy for the NES, while answering the question of whether a rolled up newspaper can truly break a window, and if you can throw one into a mailbox while riding along on a bicycle. It's time for the Nerd to snicker and make dumb comments, as he takes a look at two bad games made for the SNES and Genesis, based on the Beavis and Butt-Head adult cartoon series.
It's Halloween again, and the Nerd tackles three bad games for the Game Boy Color, Atari and Genesis, based on the children's series of books and cartoons about the Berenstain Bears. Amongst the costs were Barnatt's travel fees, the use of breakaway props, and the accessories that had to be acquired on eBay. Notes: This episode's intro is designed as a parody of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers theme song, while the episode was made to celebrate the then-upcoming release of the film Power Rangers.
For the first time in his series, the Nerd tackles a game from a later generation of consoles that does nothing to the reputation of a certain blue hedgehog — Sonic the Hedgehog for the Xbox Notes: This episode was made to commemorate the then-upcoming release of War for the Planet of the Apes. Another selection of accessories receives a good thorough look from the Nerd. This time, it's a collection of accessories for the Game Boy , including good ones — like the Game Boy Camera and the Game Boy Printer — bad ones, and even a patented one that was aimed for use in hospitals.
Treasure is truly lacking within another bad game designed to be used in a contest, as the Nerd finds out what it's like to play Treasure Master for the NES. Notes: This episode was originally released as a series of mini segments on the "Cinemassacre Plays" channel, October 19—24, and in the form of a daily found footage diary. The full release of this episode included an extended ending scene. Following his time with Polybius , the Nerd is reborn as "RoboNerd", whose prime directives are to play bad games, and keep gamers safe from them.
The Nerd has some unfinished business, as he continues on with his review of Sonic the Hedgehog for the Xbox The Nerd won't be making a call to Charlie's Angels anytime soon, as he plays a bad GameCube game based on them. The Nerd has rotted his brain with such an insane amount of bad games, that this Christmas he gets himself a PlayStation with a compilation of video games from the Lightspan Adventures series to help restore it.
It was later edited to be one and advertised by Rolfe on Cinemassacre's YouTube channel, with the video initially made available on Amazon Prime a week before it was released on YouTube. The Nerd questions whether his next bad game "feels lucky", as he looks at an NES game based on the Dirty Harry movie series that featured only three levels.
No meditation can prepare the Nerd for his first review of a bad Xbox game, Drake of the 99 Dragons — a game featuring well-made "Saturday cartoon" artwork that was intended to be the basis for a comic book series and animated show, but was foiled by its glitches, poor gameplay, controls, cutscenes, voice acting and graphics.
Cruddy controls and what looks like pretty bad level design leaves this game also frustrating, with the Nerd unable to make it past the first level! Bad enough to cause the Nerd to break from his captivity okay so it was crappy loose ropes, whatever and take on the Joker! Another fine episode. Honestly, one I really do enjoy. The episode has comedy, has good parody, and is a nice mix of classic Nerd humor as well as something new.
At this point, you can tell the nerd is changing and really starting to hit its stride. More on that, however, when we get there. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. April 10, Share this: Tweet. Like this: Like Loading
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In the video, you can hear us talk Urban Legends. Video Game Movies. Video Game Reviews. Game Sonic Doc Brown. Clothing Tags. Wayne's World. Spiderman Rain Jacket. The cause was due to a mix up with one of the GameTrailers staff on what videos to report.
Mike Matei as Jason in the review of Friday the 13th. Occasionally, "special guests" based on famous film and television characters make appearances. These guests often provide additional commentary on the games and mock the Nerd's anguish, becoming increasingly foul mouthed and derisive as the episodes progress. The guests typically meet with unfortunate ends.
Most of the characters are played by Mike Matei, who also illustrates the show's title cards. Matei also helps write many of the episodes, and is Cinemassacre's executive producer. Freddy Krueger is played by James Rolfe with Matei taking on the role when both were in frame. Justin was also featured in the Battletoads episode as himself. Some episodes have a basic storyline inspired by the plot of the game or movie being reviewed. In these cases, guests are used to play the episode-specific characters.
Nicole Mulvey plays the neighbor. The lyrics were the work of both Justin and Rolfe. Some of the lyrics come from comments made by Rolfe in his review of Back to the Future. The original version of the theme song, which refers to the titular character as the "Angry Nintendo Nerd," features only an acoustic guitar.
The second recording is similar to the original but features a more refined performance and an extra lyric at the end referring to the "Angry Video Game Nerd. The third version, which debuted in the "Atari " video, features an overdriven electric guitar and drum set.
This version significantly expands on the original song, adding more verses, choruses, and new music. However, a pared-down version, similar in structure to the second version of the theme song, is normally used. The theme song has been covered by fans in genres from heavy metal to chiptune.
Rolfe occasionally features a vocal or instrumental cover of the theme song in lieu of Kyle Justin's version in the main titles or end titles of a video. All of these songs have been performed by Kyle Justin. The scores for Angry Video Game Nerd episodes are culled from a variety of sources, including film soundtracks, television soundtracks, and pop music. The show also makes use of original animated characters to add commentary or advance an episode-specific plot.
This character is a combination of Jesus, robotic components, assorted weapons, and a tank. Rolfe explained on his website that Super Mecha Death Christ was created as a spoof on the numerous Mecha-characters found in the Godzilla movies, such as Mecha Godzilla. This fictional feud has been covered by Internet Superstar host Martin Sargent who interviewed Douglas Walker's character. The feud began when the Nostalgia Critic posted an online video where he satirically expressed his disgruntlement at the AVGN for failing to keep his fans "under control".
He railed against comments, written by the Nerd's fans, which the Critic sees as "unfair comparisons between the two of them. When Rolfe first left an advertisement to The Critic's website, it flooded the Critic's server with over two thousand new unique visitors within the first two hours - with over 18, videos viewed.
Ultimately, James Rolfe and Darien Walker began to film videos together based on the satirical feud. The entire "fight" takes place in the Nerd's room. It includes all of the episodes up to the first Bible Games episode. Some material, such as movie clips from Back to the Future and Rocky, were removed to avoid copyright infringement and replaced with new material.
In all, the DVD set contains approximately three hours and 15 minutes of content. According to Rolfe, the initial pressing of the DVD sold out in less than a week. It includes the GameTrailers. They have been collected for his JamesNintendoNerd account during July Each episode contains a short clip with an obscure quote from a video game-licensed film. This wiki.
Anyway, the game gets difficult quickly, and seems frustrating enough. We move on to.. Batman — Return of the Joker. This time on Game Boy! Cruddy controls and what looks like pretty bad level design leaves this game also frustrating, with the Nerd unable to make it past the first level! Bad enough to cause the Nerd to break from his captivity okay so it was crappy loose ropes, whatever and take on the Joker!
Another fine episode. Honestly, one I really do enjoy. The episode has comedy, has good parody, and is a nice mix of classic Nerd humor as well as something new. At this point, you can tell the nerd is changing and really starting to hit its stride. More on that, however, when we get there. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Kong , and more. Watch the video.
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