It’s Christmas, so the Nerd sees how bad a number of unlicensed religious-themed games were on both the NES and SNES, including Super 3D Noah’s Ark – a game built on the same game engine as Wolfenstein 3D.
The Nerd pumps himself up for a fight, to prepare himself for reviewing the Sega Master System video game based on Rocky.
The Nerd discusses the naming of sequels for various movie and video game franchises he has seen or played.
The Nerd finds out how good (or bad) Nintendo’s Power Glove is, by using it to play a variety of games on the NES.
It’s Halloween, and the Nerd isn’t really that scared when he reviews the NES game based on the movie A Nightmare on Elm Street.
The Nerd prepares for Halloween by taking a look at why the NES game based on Friday the 13th is more frustrating than scary.
The Nerd finds out what was bad in the third entry in the Double Dragon video game series – Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones for the NES.
The Nerd tackles two more bad NES games based on another film – Top Gun – and finds out how some elements of their gameplay are just impossible to do.
The Nerd takes a look at the poor quality behind the game Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu for the NES. First appearance of “guest reviewer” Shit Pickle, a cartoon pickle with feces as hair.
The Nerd finds out what is bad about Wally Bear and the NO! Gang for the NES, a game aimed at teaching kids to not take drugs.
There is nothing he can love about bad video games, as the Nerd reviews M.C. Kids for the NES – a video game based on a popular fast food chain.
The Nerd certainly travels back in time, as he takes a look at two bad NES games based on the Back to the Future series.
The Nerd prepares to go all “cowabunga” and ninja, as he reviews the game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the NES.
The Nerd wonders if someone framed him to tackle a bad video game, as he takes on the NES game based on Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
The Nerd tries out his best moves, as he sees if The Karate Kid for the NES is as any good as the movie it is based on.
The Nerd takes on reviewing the extremely difficult Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for the NES, in which even the first level is almost impossible to complete.
The Nerd makes his first ever game review, and tries to tackle Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest for the NES, revealing the many flaws and issues that came with it. This is Angry Video Game Nerd Episode 1.