Lots and lots of dying. It looks like a Great Way to waste time! Guest Stars: Mike Matei as himself. Notes: Like the previous episode, the intro sequence, designed by Mike Matei, was themed around the opening credits for Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Notes: This episode was the first to be featured on GameTrailers, and the first to include the standard intro sequence used on the web series. Notes: James Rolfe included a short review of the and the for this episode.
This was the last episode to be filmed in 480p. And the shark boss is about the hardest part of the game, but once you get past it there are many awesome levels to play. Notes: The title card made for this episode is based upon a poster for the 1931 film version of. Step 7 — Go to File then click on Load. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as Franken-Nerd. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as the.
When I finished the game and emailed it to James I always hoped that he would make a video making fun of it and the other fan games. Thanks and Good luck with the movie. Notes: This episode was made through fan-based input requested by Rolfe, asking for fans to submit their experiences with the game and the dialogue they would use for the review. To Boldy Flee: Part 8 45:17 September 14, 2012 James Rolfe makes a guest appearance in the final part of Year Four event. Ive been there from day 1 and im a huge fan dude, Keep it up James! Never heard of these games before.
Nerd Memories: Killer Instinct 5:59 September 2, 2012 James Rolfe takes time off from his work on Angry Video Game Nerd, to talk about when he saw and played the two games of Killer Instinct as a teenager. Notes: James Rolfe included a brief review of the Vectrex for this episode. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as. Due to technical reasons, James Rolfe was not able to properly do a review of the Atari 5200, due to issues with both an Atari 5200 controller and Trak-Ball controller he tried to use with the console. Nerd Memories: Sonic 6:19 March 31, 2012 James Rolfe takes time off from his work on Angry Video Game Nerd, to recount some cherished memories of from his classic games. I say it all the time, but seriously James keep it up please! This time, its a collection of accessories for the , including good ones — like the and the — bad ones, and even a patented one that was aimed for use in hospitals.
Guest Stars: Co-founder of , Stuttering Craig, as the ; and Handsome Tom as Part 2. Two other episodes were later removed for using movie clips from copyrighted films — Rocky and Super Mario Bros. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as the. Notes: The opening sequence for this episode was deliberately glitched, to keep it in line with the episode's theme. You feel like a stud. Notes: James Rolfe included a short review of for this episode. I stick with windows, but I admire the effort.
It was later edited to be one and advertised by Rolfe on Cinemassacre's YouTube channel, with the video initially made available on a week before it was released on YouTube. Because every check point you get, every boss you beat, every accomplishment is earned. Archived from on December 15, 2013. Now i know you have been busy etc, but its nice to see videos that go back to your original style. The Doomed Quote of the Week 1:29 December 20, 2006 The Nerd makes an appearance in 's Quote of the Week series, to comment on a specific line of dialogue from the 2005 film. Notes: For copyright reasons, re-releases of this episode do not feature the review of the movie, although it is still mentioned in the game review.
With multiple playable characters, power ups, cameos galore, tons of secrets and more, we're making a game that all fans of video games will enjoy. Guest Stars: Mike Matei as and ; and Steven J. All your videos never cease to make me laugh, and make me happy in general. Until the 139th episode, this was the last one to feature a title card by Matei, due to personal opinions on their usage. Notes: Although basically a clip from the movie, this episode differs from it in that it featured actual footage from the game; in the movie, the game was represented by specially-made animation of the game, due to a lack of licensing rights to the original version. Atleast not a real c64. Notes: This review was divided into two parts for the ScrewAttack website.
For more information, particularly on merging or moving the article during the discussion, read the. The games he plays include , , , , Beavers, , , , , , Kang Fu and. The Mummy — Nostalgia Critic 29:20 October 25, 2017 James Rolfe makes a guest appearance as the Nerd, at the end of Doug Walker's Nostalgia Critic review of the of , to promote their upoming joint review of the 2017 remake. Shut Up and Talk: James Rolfe 26:51 September 5, 2015 and take a break from their online work, to come together and talk shop on careers, family and future ambitions. The giant Claw, the size of a battleship! Amongst the costs were Barnatt's travel fees, the use of breakaway props, and the accessories that had to be acquired on. Guest Stars: as Keith Apicary.