The Nerd tries to beat one of the most difficult games in existence!
The Nerd finishes up his rant on the crap that is Ghostbusters games only to have a small surprise. A game... he likes?!
Even before the ESRB existed, you've got to ask yourself, "How can games like these ever be made!?"
Released to coincide with the new Rocky movie, ROCKY BALBOA, December 2006. First review of a NON-NES game. First time "The Angry VIDEO GAME Nerd" was used in the theme song, instead of "Nintendo Nerd".
On the spookiest day of the year The Nerd finds himself in a battle against a crappy game.
Possibly the most hilariously bad game ever.
What will happen to the BatNerd? Will the Joker have his way?
One of the most epic adventures in video game history.
It's time to look at a SNES classic--and a game that's not, exactly.
The Nerd was on the wrong console all along.
The Nerd grapples with the Game Graphic Glitch Graemlin.
One of the greatest magazines in history, the Nerd revisits his memories of Nintendo's paper propaganda.
The Nerd examines the final game from Action 52's lineup: Cheetahmen--and more.
The Nerd is back to prove that not all games are good movie to game adaptations like Batman. But Ghostbusters...it's just AWFUL!
Yet another add-on to the Genesis that tried to extend its life but ultimately just helped pull the plug.
The Nerd has snapped! He finally does what we've all thought about doing once in our lives... beat the hell out of that wascally wabbit.
He just couldn't get over how bad it was. In part two of his 'busters trilogy, The Nerd takes a look at some other console incarnations of this craptastic movie to game adaption.
Wow! It's like playing a movie... except all the movies are really, really bad. Complete with full length Nerd intro.
A game about a classic comic book character could've been one of the greats... too bad it sucks donkey balls.
The chilling conclusion to The Nerd's Christmas adventure. Will he have a happy holiday season after visits from his past, present and future?
A classic struggle between a foul mouthed nerd and a not-so-classic console.
America's favorite animated family just can't seem to make a decent game.
Fly in close for the Nerd's second look at the Man of Steel.
After a ton of requests The Nerd finally tears into one of the most notorious NES games ever.
How can The Nerd find something wrong with the greatest NES game of all-time? If you dig a little deeper you would have seen it all along.
To celebrate our nation's independence our favorite nerd is here to rip apart a game based on a movie based on the day.
Taking a page from the original flick, The Nerd takes a look at a game that will make you want to gut yourself with a chainsaw.
James and Mike wage an epic living room battle, aided by some rubber bands and hindered by the cat.
The Nerd has had some epic videos lately. In some what of a follow up to his insane battle with the devil in SMB3, he takes a look at all that crap you bought to play your NES games with.
The Dark Knight is gonna get his ass kicked...
"I'll be back!" is the worst case scenario with these games.
More than meets the eye? You bet your ass.
Gomez must've wanted to beat his brother's ass for putting together this piece of poo.
The Nerd returns just in time for the holidays and does what he does best - Takes a look at games from the past... and maybe present and future...
How could Arnold let this happen?
What could possibly be wrong with this masterpiece?
Introducing “Board James” and TSR classic Dragonstrike, also features the infamous Dragonstrike VHS tape.
A game that will actually make you run and shout "Godzilla!"
Hardly educational. Hardly a game.
James and Mike play this noisy game to bake their donuts - until the aroma of the donuts attracts an unwanted guest. Watch what happens when you mix Bad Luck and Disaster!
The Nerd returns to the first game he ever reviewed.
CHRISTMAS, 2006 SPECIAL! One of the longest episodes to date. ScrewAttack had to release it in two parts, because of their video player. But it was always meant to be one.