The Angry Video Game Nerd is chronologically confused about the Kingdom Hearts timeline. With Kingdom Hearts 3 on the horizon, the AVGN will explore the goofy order of the KH games. You think it's just Kingdom Hearts 1 and Kingdom Hearts 2? Guess again. There's 358/2 Days, Birth By Sleep, Dream Drop Distance, and many more. There's almost more re-releases than the games themselves. Oh, and the release order still isn't as confusing as the story line. Final Fantasy + Disney = 1 Confused Nerd
The AVGN pulls out and reviews as many video game magazines as he can find, except for Nintendo Power. From Atari Age, to GamePro, to some lesser known gaming magazines, the 80s and 90s were filled with great reads. The walkthroughs, reviews, previews, ratings... and the terrible ads.
The AVGN reviews the Aladdin Deck Enhancer! In this Angry Video Game Nerd (episode 167) the Nerd gets the gift that keeps on giving from Aladdin... an upper decker! Well, the Aladdin "Upper Decker" Enhancer for the NES that is. This piece of toilet waste was made in 1992, during the decline of the Nintendo Entertainment System by the guys who made the Game Genie. It has very few games, like Big Nose Freaks Out, a bunch of Dizzy the Egg titles, and of course Micro Machines. The Nerd WISHES he didn't have to review it!
Pepsiman!! Episode 168 of the Angry Video Game Nerd pits the AVGN vs. Pepsiman, the Japanese PlayStation classic. There was so many junk food video games in the 1990's. From MC Kids, to the Burger King Games, to Chester Cheetah. But what about the Pepsi superhero from Japan... Pepsiman?? Well. He's clumsy and useless, just like the game. Enjoy this Pepsiman review... with a Coke.
The AVGN already covered Superman for the N64 about 11 years ago. Well, it's back... with a vengeance! Superman 64 was released for Nintendo 64 in 1999. It was based off Superman The Animated Series on Kids WB. It was also coming to PlayStation. But, however, the PlayStation Version was never release. After the game came out on Nintendo 64, it became the world's Worst Video Game of all time besides E.T. for Atari 2600.
Life of Black Tiger: Angry Video Game Nerd episode 170. The AVGN is playing the most modern game he's ever played before on the PlayStation 4. But, of course it might be one of the worst games he's ever played. Life of Black Tiger is a mobile game ported to the PS4 where you play as an emo tiger fighting the wild and humanity to save his cute baby. Gilbert Gottfried guest stars as a certain game designer that's never been seen on the show before.
In this AVGN the Nerd covers Chex Quest, a pack-in game for Chex Cereal from 1996. This is Angry Video Game Nerd episode 171. Chex Quest is a non-violent first-person shooter video game created in 1996 by Digital Café as a Chex cereal promotion aimed at children aged 6–9 and up. It is a total conversion of the more violent video game Doom (specifically The Ultimate Doom version of the game)
In this AVGN the Nerd reviews Trespasser, a Jurassic Park FPS PC game from 1998. The game was billed as a "digital sequel" to the 1997 film The Lost World: Jurassic Park, on which it is based. The game is noted for the involvement of the film's director, Steven Spielberg and actors Richard Attenborough and Minnie Driver. The ambitious game ultimately received mixed to negative reviews at the time and disappointed many reviewers. This is Angry Video Game Nerd episode 172.
Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) episode 173: The Immortal for NES. The review part was filmed in one continuous shot. The Immortal is an isometric adventure game originally created for the Apple IIGS by Will Harvey and published by Electronic Arts. The main plot revolves around a wizard attempting to find his mentor in a large and dangerous labyrinth. The game is known for its high degree of graphic violence (it is much reduced in the NES version) along with its punishing difficulty. Let's see if the Nerd can tackle this game and his own dungeon.
Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) episode 174: Spawn Games. Todd McFarlane's character Spawn was crazy popular in the 90s. Popular enough to 'spawn' a huge run of comics, toys, movies, cartoons, and several video games. The Nerd reviews Spawn for the Game Boy Color, Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Video Game for the SNES, Spawn: The Eternal for the PlayStation, Spawn: In the Demon's Hand for the Sega Dreamcast, and lastly Spawn: Armageddon for the PlayStation 2
Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN) episode 175: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. People love this game. People say it's the greatest game for the Nintendo 64. Some say it's the best game of all time. Really? Majora's Mask is an action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64. It was released in 2000 as the sixth main installment in The Legend of Zelda series and was the second to use 3D graphics. It's set in Termina, an alternate reality to Ocarina of Time's Hyrule, which is to be destroyed along with its inhabitants in three days by a giant falling moon unless the player can save it from imminent doom. But can the Nerd survive this game???