Christmas has arrived, and the Nerd finds himself once again reviewing a selection of badly-made, religious-themed video games for the Game Boy, Genesis, and NES, including Spiritual Warfare and Bible Adventures. Notes: This is the first episode to be filmed in 1080p HD.
It’s Halloween again, and the Nerd spends it by reviewing both the Genesis and CD-i versions of Dark Castle. He soon shows off how horribly difficult the game is, even on its easiest setting.
The Nerd attempts to get his hand on a good copy of Nintendo World Championships for the NES – a series of Nintendo games on one cartridge, used as part of a contest in the 1990s – but soon questions whether it’s worth it in the end. Guest Stars: Pat Contri as “Pat the NES […]
The Nerd finds nothing cool about his latest review of a bad video game – Kid Kool for the NES – as he showcases the many flaws in its gameplay.
James Rolfe gives fans of the Angry Video Game Nerd a behind-the-scenes look at how an episode of the web series is made, by showing what is done when reviewing a game. In this case, a review by the Nerd of Barbie for NES.
The Nerd finds himself facing a deluge of bad games for the NES, Genesis, SNES, Sega CD, 3DO, and Atari 2600, all based on movies connected to Steven Spielberg, including Jaws, Hook, and Jurassic Park. Notes: A teaser for Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie was shown at the end of the episode, intended to […]