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Angry Video Game Nerd (abbreviated as AVGN) is an American web series of comedy-themed retrogaming reviews, created by and starring James Rolfe. The show revolves around reviews that involve acerbic rants about low quality video games. From the beginning of season 2, new episodes were aired first on GameTrailers.com, but are since now aired at Cinemassacre.com, with episodes later being re-aired on Rolfe's own YouTube channel. Episodes are usually scheduled for release on the first or second Wednesday of each month; originally, Rolfe's early work schedule allowed for two episodes per month, but other work commitments changed this to its present arrangement.
It's Halloween, and the Nerd isn't really that scared when he reviews the NES game based on the movie A Nightmare on Elm Street.Guest Star: Mike Matei as Freddy Krueger (voice provided by James Rolfe)
The Nerd attempts to play the Atari 5200. However, after struggling to set up the console, he is unable to play any games as both the standard Atari 5200 joystick and Trak-Ball controllers don't work.
The Nerd has his hands full, swatting down bad video games based upon comic book character Spider-Man, created for the Atari 2600, NES, Game Boy and Game Boy Advance.Guest Star: Kyle Justin as Spider-Man
The Nerd will be saying more than \"D'oh!\" as he takes a look at two terrible NES games based on the hit cartoon series The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants and Bart vs. the World .
The Nerd finds himself reviewing a collection of rather badly-made, controversial, adult-rated games that were created for Atari systems, including Custer's Revenge, Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em, and Bachelor Party.
Part 2 of 2. The Nerd continues to spend his Christmas by taking a look at Shaq Fu for the SNES, and three bad games for the Wii: Far Cry Vengeance, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz, and Boogie.
Part 2 of 2. The Nerd reviews the ColecoVision and plays the games that were made for this console, including Montezuma's Revenge, Cabbage Patch Kids: Adventures in the Park, Chuck Norris Superkicks, and War Room.
The Nerd dons his leather hat and whip, and delves into the holy grail of bad video games, as he looks at a collection of games based on the Indiana Jones film series, made for the Atari 2600, NES and SNES.
The Nerd boldly goes where no bad game should ever go, by beaming down a collection of games based upon the sci-fi series Star Trek, made for the Vectrex, Atari 2600, ColecoVision and NES.Guest Star: Mike Matei as a Klingon and a Metron
Part 1 of 2. The Nerd dons his cowl and cape and prepares to beat back the darkness of bad Batman video games, including Batman: The Caped Crusader (Commodore 64), Batman (NES), Batman Returns (Sega CD and Atari Lynx), The Adventures of Batman & Robin (SNES), and Batman Forever (SNES). After the Nerd calls it quits, the Joker ties him up and forces him to play more Batman games. Guest Star: Mike Matei as the Joker
As the Nerd prepares to review Battletoads for the NES, he finds himself joined by the \"guitar guy\" who's been living behind his couch, and who helps to show him why it's impossible to complete the game with two players.
Halloween is approaching, but the Nerd finds it hard to see Count Dracula being scary to him, as he looks at a selection of bad games based on the vampire legend himself, including Bram Stoker's Dracula for the NES, SNES, Genesis, and the Sega CD. This episode is the first mention of Fred Fucks, the Nerd's arch-nemesis, based on the illegibility of the name of Bram Stoker's Dracula executive producer, Fred Fuchs, in the video game credits.
It's Christmas, and for this year the Nerd finds himself reviewing another collection of badly-made, religious-themed video games for the NES, CD-i and Game Boy, including Exodus: Journey to the Promised Land, Noah's Ark, and King James Bible.
The Nerd finds himself in another cartoon battle with a familiar face from the past, as he tries to avoid reviewing the bad games from the Crazy Castle series, made for the NES, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance.
The Nerd prepares to fight against more bad games, as he takes a look at a selection of bad Street Fighter games for the NES, TurboGrafx-CD, and Sega Saturn, including one based on Street Fighter: The Movie.
The Nerd reviews various glitches and bugs that can be found in games both past and present, including Pac-Man, Metal Gear, Punch-Out!!, Mega Man 5, Super Mario Bros.,Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and Rocky. Guest Stars: Kevin Finn as the Game Graphic Glitch Gremlin
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.
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.
For Christmas, the Nerd takes a look at a series of Genesis accessories for its games, including the Activator, Aura Interactor, Menacer, Victormaxx Stuntmaster, TeeV Golf, and Batter Up! Baseball bat.Guest Stars: Nathan Barnatt as Keith Apicary.