After an intro which parodies that of The Simpsons, the Nerd reviews the last of the three Simpsons games The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man released for the NES.
Following his The Legend of Kage review, the Nerd looks at other Taito titles with Taito Legends and Taito Legends 2.
After fixing the Nintoaster, the Nerd takes a look at The Legend of Kage and makes it a point that it is pronounced “KAH-GAY”.
The Nerd is unable to go all out Halloween 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that will not stop him from reviewing Countdown Vampires, a lower tier clone of the Resident Evil franchise.
The Nerd looks at the classic Sega Genesis game Ecco the Dolphin and wonders why such a frustrating game was heavily marketed by Sega.
The Nerd looks at Mission: Impossible for the N64 that is published by Ocean, he also briefly talks about the TV series and movies. Guest Stars: Justin Whang as The BGF Director, and Evan Ferrante as Tom Cruise Look-Alike
The Nerd looks at Final Fight Revenge and Final Fight: Streetwise, two games widely considered to be among the worst of the Final Fight franchise. Guest Star: Matthew Kowalewski as Matt McMuscles.
The Nerd overviews the history of the The Incredible Crash Dummies franchise, and its LJN published video game.
Feeling that he has not reviewed an SNES game in a while, the Nerd reviews Dennis the Menace and delves briefly into the character’s media history.
The Nerd follows up his previous review with some rip offs including Time Killers, Street Fighter: The Movie, The Kung-Fu Master Jackie Chan, Tattoo Assassins and Shadow: War of Succession.
The Nerd finally decides to give the original Mortal Kombat the respect it deserves, by reviewing the home port versions.
Eleven years after briefly mentioning this game when reviewing Color Dreams’ games in “Bible Games 2”, the Nerd finally tackles the game Raid 2020 in the year 2020.