Guest Stars: Kyle Justin voice-only. Notes: According to James Rolfe, who introduces the episodes, this episode was a previously unreleased episode originally written in November 2006. His reviews of these games include , , and. Atari 2600 7:00 October 10, 2014 Taken from , this episode focuses on the Nerd's review of one of Atari's worst video games they ever made — for the Atari 2600. The biggest gripe on the movie I've gathered over the 5 years seems to be the token black guy and token girl that has just been thrown into the movie. A show that picks out flaws of old retro games that many children of the 70, 80's and early 90's grew up with.
They travel to New Mexico to film the review but are quickly stopped by Homeland Security on the site for suspicion of looking for aliens and escape in the nick of time when the general blows his hand off with a grenade. On their video of Top 10 Retro Gaming YouTubers, named The Nerd and the number 1 Retro Gaming Youtuber. The only truth so far has been on TheCinemassacreTruth! The Nerd's Anger Management 32:26 August 30, 2012 In this audio only video, the Nerd shows the viewer how to relax. The review itself featured on the second disc of. Archived from on March 4, 2016. The music for this episode was created by John Jennings Boyd and Lachlan Barclay.
He still finds a way to crack me up. Guest Stars: Kyle Justin as. . Notes: The title card made for this episode is based upon a poster for the 1931 film version of. The film began development in late 2006, following the popularity of the Angry Video Game Nerd web series, with James Rolfe serving as its director, producer, and co-writer, and reprising his on-screen role as The Nerd. On November 2, 2008, his videos and personality were featured on the nationally syndicated radio show.
Notes: Gaming Historian makes a cameo with the Nerd briefly watching his video on the Aladdin Deck Enhancer. Notes: This episode was dedicated to , the narrator for the English-language version of Seaman, who died that year. Chronologically Confused About 5:19 September 30, 2008 The Nerd rants about the inconsistency of available songs on international albums and those in its native. Originally posted by : Well, he did so in many of the first episodes. The resulting series of videos created became a huge hit with fans.
The Battle of Epic Proportions 4:26 June 29, 2008 The Critic finally comes face to face with the Nerd, where along with issuing his challenge again and receiving a counter-challenge, the pair of them get involved in a three way brawl between themselves and an unsuspecting. I must admit I laughed at the chick magnet joke, but the autograph on the breasts and stuff like that, it was embarrassingly out of place. In an article by writer Alex Carlson, he explained that before 2004, video gaming criticism was mostly reserved for the larger game magazines and websites. The Nerd plays the game while talking about its various problems, technicalities and imperfections, mixed with , in an effort to warn people against playing the game, and sometimes with a short lecture about the gaming era's history. The cause was due to a mix up with one of the GameTrailers staff on what videos to report. Rolfe explained on his website that Super Mecha Death Christ was created as a spoof on the numerous Mecha-characters found in the Godzilla movies, such as Mecha Godzilla. His roles include , , , Leatherface, Chop Top, Mike Myers, the Cowardly Lion, a Klingon, a Metron, the Joker, and.
This character is a combination of Jesus, robotic components, assorted weapons, and a tank. Notes: James Rolfe included a short review of the for this episode. Some episodes have a basic storyline inspired by the plot of the game or movie being reviewed. The Nerd character is an ill-tempered and foul-mouthed video game fanatic. The videos were produced and published on Cinemassacre. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as.
I barely ever visit James site now where as it was once my most visited. Also, Kyle Justin played both Spider-Man and Cousin Itt in separate episodes, which were accompanied by him performing the theme songs from Spider-Man and The Addams Family, with reworked lyrics. And what if it was a neighbor, or a mailman or something?! Before it felt like he was just being himself but now it's like James Rolfe is trying to be the Angry Video Game Nerd. In the Halloween review, Michael Mulvey and Lil' Liam Mulvey, wearing Optimus Prime and Swamp Thing costumes, respectively, play the parts of the neighbor's trick-or-treaters. The pair worked together to create a series of tongue-in-cheek video responses between the two characters, culminating with a fight between the Critic and Nerd in Clifton, New Jersey, a dare between the pair to review something in the other's line of work Nerd reviews a bad movie, Critic reviews a bad game , and a final fight between the pair in the Nerd's basement on October 10, 2008, which featured parodies and clichés from popular films such as and.
Animated characters The show also makes use of original animated characters to add commentary or advance an episode-specific plot. Starting out as an independent filmmaker, Rolfe intended for his earliest videos of the Nerd character to be a joke privately shown to his friends. He also takes a look back at the history of , and the competition between different consoles for superior processing capabilities. I've personally been following this show since he started on Youtube. The theme song has been covered by fans in genres from heavy metal to chiptune. The Anger Begins 1:28 September 29, 2006 Footage from a 1988 home video of a young James Rolfe, getting angry at his game on his birthday.