It is the end of the year as 2020 comes upon the Nerd. In a parody of the episode “The Masks” from The Twilight Zone, the Nerd punishes his three worst games, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Action 52, and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by forcing them to wear masks to the end of the […]
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. Guest Stars: Justin Silverman as Violator, Mike Matei as Woody Bugs, and Joe La Scola as the voice of the […]
Shot in one continuous take, the Nerd explores a hidden dungeon in his house, while reviewing the NES port of The Immortal.
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. Guest Stars: Seamus Blackley as himself
The Nerd takes a look at the Chex Quest video game from 1996 as well as its sequels and discovers that despite its bizarre and commercial premise, it is actually a well-made Doom copy.
The Nerd decides to tackle a modern game for the PS4, Life of Black Tiger. 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. Guest Stars: Gilbert Gottfried as Fred Fucks
The Nerd revisits the infamous Superman 64 11 years after first reviewing it.
The Nerd takes on the Aladdin Deck Enhancer, an infamous NES upgrade system with its own selection of games, and gets help from the likes of Aladdin and the Genie modeled after the Disney animated movie.
The Nerd attempts to review Yo! Noid, but gets interrupted by the arrival of Pepsiman who forces him to review the game of the same name. However, Pepsiman turns out to be evil and the Nerd gets the help of the Pepsi TV Game Guy who must use the power of Mentos to defeat him. […]
The Nerd takes a look at some of the lesser-known video game magazines from the past, excluding Nintendo Power. Magazines covered include: Atari Age, Game Players, VideoGames & Computer Entertainment, GamePro and Electronic Gaming Monthly.
The Nerd examines the scattered and drawn-out chronology of the Kingdom Hearts franchise.