The Nerd finds himself in action hell, as he looks at three bad games for the NES and SMS, based on the Rambo film series.
The Nerd tries to make sense of the chronology behind the timeline for one of Nintendo’s well-known video game series – The Legend of Zelda.
In a two-part special, the Nerd spends his Christmas taking a look at some very badly-made games. In part 1, he focuses his attention on Home Alone 2: Lost in New York for the NES, while in part 2, he takes a look at Shaq Fu for the SNES, and three bad games for the […]
The Nerd struggles to be a true hero, as he looks to tackling a console version of a classic game – Dragon’s Lair for the NES.
Halloween is upon him, so for his nightmarish night the Nerd must review three very bad Halloween-themed video games for the Atari 2600.
The Nerd faces the horror of a bad video game for his Halloween that he wishes he could cut apart with a chainsaw, as he reviews the Atari 2600 game based on The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Creepy and spooky don’t seem to cut it, as the Nerd reviews two bad games based on The Addams Family, made for the NES and Genesis.
Taking a break from bad video games, the Nerd spends his time recalling his fondest memories of reading the Nintendo Power magazine.
The Nerd finds himself reviewing a collection of rather badly-made, controversial, adult-rated games that were created for Atari systems, including Custer’s Revenge, Beat ‘Em & Eat ‘Em, and Bachelor Party.
There’s nothing looney about the Nerd’s next review of a bad video game, as he attempts to find fun within Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout for the NES.
The Nerd will be saying more than “D’oh!” as he takes a look at two terrible NES games based on the hit cartoon series The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants and Bart vs. the World .
To protect the independence of good games from bad ones, the Nerd takes on the PlayStation game based upon Independence Day, and is soon wishing aliens could destroy this one.
Action is certainly lacking, as the Nerd reviews another bad game that won’t easily die – Die Hard for the NES. This is Angry Video Game Nerd Episode 28.
Another superhero has had a bad game made about them, so the Nerd delves in to find out just what it’s like to play Silver Surfer for the NES.
The Nerd finds out what another add-on for the Sega Genesis is like – the 32X – and tries out some of the games that were made for it, including Primal Rage and Doom.
The Nerd has his hands full, swatting down bad video games based upon comic book character Spider-Man, created for the Atari 2600, NES, Game Boy and Game Boy Advance.
Part 3 of 3. It’s a third outing for the Nerd against more bad games based on Ghostbusters, as he reviews two more made for the NES and Genesis.
Part 2 of 3. The Nerd is once more being called out to bust down more bad games based on Ghostbusters, as he looks at those made for the NES, Atari 2600 and Sega Master System.
Part 1 of 3. If there’s something bad, and you don’t like it, then you need the Nerd. He’s soon tackling something worse than ghosts, when he reviews Ghostbusters for the NES.
The Nerd tackles his first movie review and sits down to watch the third entry in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film trilogy – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III. Parts 1 & 2 included.