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.
Another bad Star Wars game has emerged, so the Nerd must channel the force to help him review Star Wars: Masters of Teräs Käsi for the PlayStation. Notes: This episode features brief footage of Star Wars Episode I: Racer for the Nintendo 64, but James Rolfe did not include a review of it for this […]
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 some unfinished business, as he continues on with his review of Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) for the Xbox 360.
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. These include a selection of NES games based on the original RoboCop film series.
The Nerd takes a look at the arcade classic Polybius, while he also delves into the urban legend surrounding the mentioned side effects of playing the game. 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 […]
The Nerd wrestles with a ton of bad NES and SNES games based on wrestling, including WWF WrestleMania Challenge, WWF Royal Rumble, WCW SuperBrawl Wrestling, and Saturday Night Slam Masters.
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.
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.
While clearing up his game room and getting stranded on another planet, the Nerd questions why a bad game has trashed a particularly good classic movie, when he reviews Planet of the Apes for the PlayStation. Notes: This episode was made to commemorate the then-upcoming release of War for the Planet of the Apes.
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 (2006) for the Xbox 360.
The Nerd goes “Mighty Morphin” bad, as he takes on a collection of games for the Famicom, NES, SNES, Genesis, Sega CD, Nintendo 64, and Game Boy, based around Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Notes: This episode’s intro is designed as a parody of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers theme song, while the episode was made […]