Do you remember Nintendo's first console system NES (Nintendo Entertainment System)? The Angry Nintendo Nerd reviews the worst games that came out for the NES on video and guess what - You can watch them all here on ghacks. The following games are reviewed by him: Castlevania II: Simons Quest, Back to the Future, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Roger Rabbit, The Karate Kid and Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hide.
All videos last many minutes and show mainly game footage but you also see the Angry Nintendo Nerd commenting and hear him of course while he is showing scenes that simply make him that angry. Hope you enjoy the videos.
Update: The original videos that were uploaded to the YouTube video hosting site are not available anymore, maybe because an official video channel has been created in the meantime there. You can check out the channel here. Below we have embedded some videos that have been created in the past. Considering that the Angry Nintendo Nerd has created hundreds of videos in the past, and even branched out to cover other classic video game systems from makers such as Atari or Sega.
Lets start with an overview of Batman games by the Angry Video Game Nerd which looks at Batman games that have been released for the Commodore 64 and NES. There is also a second part that you find linked on the YouTube page.
The second game is Ninja Gaiden for the NES.
The third game is Superman for the Commodore 64.
The fourth and final game that I'd like to embed here is Bugs Bunny Birthday Blowout for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
I suggest you follow the links to YouTube to find the remaining videos there. It is a nostalgic trip back to the past, which should be especially interesting for gamers who played those games back when they were released. New gamers who started gaming later on may still enjoy the commentary as it is often funny and entertaining.
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