Watch new AVGN early on Amazon Prime now.

James / April 18th, 2018

Angry Video Game Nerd: Episode 156: Earthbound (SNES) is up now on Amazon Prime. See here.

Amazon US Link
Amazon UK Link

It will be on YouTube very soon, as usual. Nothing changes. But if you want to see it early, go to Amazon. It’s free, just the same, and no ads if you have Amazon Prime. It’s just another available platform to watch the videos. All the old episodes are being remastered and added to Amazon.

Listen to me talk about new episode here.

UPDATE: So sorry to hear there’s country restrictions on Amazon. What a tease. We’ll work on getting that resolved. But either way, it’ll be on YouTube in a week.


  • bud

    April 19, 2018 at 1:29 am

    Even though I’m not happy about Amazon Prime getting episodes early (luckily, I was able to watch the f1rst episode for free), I really like this new direction for AVGN. Review GOOD games for a change, actually ENJOY yourself, THEN poke holes in it. It’s a different way at tackling nostalgia and viewing revered things through modern eyes. I really really enjoyed this episode and I’m interested in playing EarthBound now more than ever (it’s one that I missed out on in my own youth as well).
    I’m also very happy about the 40-minute length, although I realize most games don’t warrant that much content. I found it entertaining all the way through.
    In regards to all the fetus/vagina symbolism and imagery throughout, I think the flagship series “Mother” says it all. Even if the developer denies this, it was either a subconscious thing, or he’s keeping it quiet because of the K-A rating. That ending was insane.

    • Tim Cook

      July 21, 2018 at 5:58 am

      You don’t need prime to watch the videos. You only need prime if you want to watch it ad-free. They mention it in the article.

  • matto1980

    April 20, 2018 at 11:49 am

    Well,I think these guys well deserve to make a decent living out of their work. Amazon Prime may help in that regard. And I think they are doing it without compromising the essence of their shows. I think Cinemassacre has achieved something a lot of artists struggle with: keeping good content that remains true to their style (and to their fans) while continuing to growth. It’s really tough to be creative for so many years without falling into boring repetitiveness or stretching so far that fans feel “betray”. Cheers to you guys for successfully walking that thin line!

  • King Kung Fu

    May 30, 2018 at 8:41 pm

    James and Mike….

    Love you guys. Long time fan.

    Anyway, are yall just taking some time off?

    I dont remember the last time the site had this little content being posted.

    I’m sure the pressures of parenthood and providing are getting to you, and i hope things are going okay for y’all!

    Posting out of genuine concern… definately not to be construed as griping about a lack of free content.

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