I really enjoy the shows from this guy. He is reviewing classic video games on systems such as the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) or Sega Genesis. Most of the time, bad games are reviewed in hilarious fashion.
Note that the language use in the video reviews may not be suitable for children. Adult gamers on the other hand will most likely enjoy the reviews, especially if they have played those games in the past and experienced the same kind of frustration as the reviewer did.
I did embed his latest reviews about the Sega CD, the Sega 32X and the Nintendo Power Glove. Don't worry, it is funny even for those who never owned such a system. Enjoy..
Update: Videos are released regularly by the Angry Nerd. They are for instance posted on the Gamertrailers website as part of the ScrewAttack channel there. Just open the link and click on the Angry Video Game Nerd tab below the Newest Episodes listing. There you find all the nerd's videos sorted by release day.
The listing currently seems to feature more than one hundred videos that you can watch. Most videos have received a very high rating, usually more than 9 by users of the site. The humor in the videos may not be after anyone's liking, but it should be for most video game players.
You can also watch the latest episodes and more on the official Angry Video Game Nerd site over at Cinemassacre. It seems as if a Angry Video Game Nerd movie is currently in the making. You can check out the progress and information about the movie on the official site.
Videos have also been posted to YouTube where you can watch them as well. The easiest way to do so is to follow the video links that I posted above as they redirect you to YouTube right away. The official channel there is Cinemassacre which you can browse to find all official videos posted to YouTube. Or, you simply search for Angry Video Game Nerd on YouTube to find even more hits on the video hosting website.
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