This time the Nerd reviews several Mighty Morphin Power Rangers video games on Famicom, SNES, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, Nintendo 64, and GameBoy.
AVGN reviews the infamous Sonic '06 for Xbox 360.
While clearing up his game room and getting stranded on another planet, the Nerd questions why a bad game has trashed a particularly good classic movie, when he reviews Planet of the Apes for the PlayStation
The Nerd pays tribute to the Game Boy, the handheld console that outlasted the Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and N64. And, much like those consoles, there was a boatload of needless accessories to go with it.
The Nerd enters a contest for whoever can beat Treasure Master will be awarded a cash prize. It's a crazy, topsy-turvy game that throws the Nerd for many loops. However, he forges on, focusing solely on that prize. His endurance will pay off - or will it?
Like all popular things in the 80's, the WWF pro wrestling phenomenon had video games released for Nintendo and Super Nintendo. And of course, the Nerd is there to review them. Unfortunately, unlike the real thing, the Nerd finds that many of the tie-in games (some of which were released by LJN) are horrible.
The history and addiction caused by a game which doesn't exist.
Originally shown over 6 days on Cinemassacre.com and Cinemassacre Plays Youtube Channel.
After recovering from the horrors of Polybius, the Nerd dons a robotic form and plays all 3 Robocop NES games, as per his directives to play shit games.
The Nerd's got some unfinished business to attend to. When he reviewed Sonic 2006, he merely scratched the surface, there was plenty more horrors of redundancy and tedium to uncover in the undisputed worst Sonic the Hedgehog game of all time. If you thought what he'd already shown you was bad, you ain't seen nothing yet.
The Nerd is "persuaded" to review the 2003 video game adaptation of the 2000 movie adaptation of Charlie's Angels. It's full of gratuitous T&A (mostly A) and very little game-play. After this, the Nerd will want to kick Charlie's ass for sending his Angels on THIS mission.
The Force is not strong with this one. The Nerd wonders why there weren't more Star Wars fighting games, and when he plays Masters of Teras Kasi, he gets his answer.
Merry Christmas! The Nerd looks at some obscure educational PlayStation games called Lightspan Adventures!