Discussion in 'Video Gaming' started by Dr Dib, Aug 13, 2008.
I kinda wanted to hear more information about how that played out in reality.
Quite a few of those puzzles seemed rather obtuse for a platformer.
With that attitude, I see a healthy life for you in this forum.
About the Newest Episode: Why does Nerd think it's the 90's to the fact that he think he
can win an old ass contest?
Then again, he does live outside the realm of
time and space so I guess I can't blame him.
"..Hey!, That Really Sucked!" (*Kaboom!*)
If anyone wanted the Angry Video Game Nerd to review Wrestling games, give me a hell yeah!
Awesome review, I liked how he had to "fight" the game itself like in his old "Nerd
Beats The Crap Outta The Character" videos.
The Nerd is on the hunt of an elusive arcade game...
I like how this starts off almost like a sincere documentary on the game and finding it, and then it basically turns into
a found footage film homage.
Let me post #5. I will do it:
Ha! I knew from the intro video that this was going to be a ruse. He cannot fool me. He expects us to believe that he would not grow more facial hair within 5 days, but I know better.
Yeah I had to get to bed early because I'm getting back to work, I couldn't post it last night.
Now you don't have to watch this episode in segments:
I'm loving those James' face jumpscares.
The full version has a bonus ending. I'd recommend watching that version (or if you've seen it already, fast-forward).
Oh, I was hoping it would lead to a big review but I guess James wanted to write a horror story.
Nice to do something special for Halloween.
Dead or alive... these games fucking suck...
In this world... where life is shit... Return to Sonic 06
I never felt he needed to review this game to begin with since it's pretty much been picked clean, but I like the fact that this part wasn't restating a lot of the same points as the James and Mike Monday episode like in part 1 (and the "previously on the Nerd" segment featuring things that never happened was pretty funny).
The previously on segment reminded me of Linkara's previously on segments. Wonder if he was inspired by that.
AVGN bears more gifts this season, now with three actors who should have known better than to sign up to a shitty licensed game...
I’m really liking all the episodes James have been pumping out. They’re short subject, small productions, and I honestly prefer that over a big, elaborate video.
Today the Nerd feels a disturbance in the force, playing the only part of the Star Wars Legends timeline that has a Tusken Raider named Hoar...
AVGN tackles a series of educational games for the PlayStation...
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