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    The Angry Video Game Nerd

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    An angry gaming nerd, played by filmmaker James Rolfe, who reviews terrible games from his past. The Nerd finally became a playable character in a game called Texting of the Bread. Now lets just hope he doesn't review it. Currently at work on a full length AVGN movie.

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    The Angry Video Game Nerd last edited by robertcallaghan on 03/24/22 01:57AM View full history

    Overview

    First he was just telling, then it became his duty to review terrible games.

    The Nerd's first review.
    The Nerd's first review.

    The first game he reviewed was Castlevania II: Simon's Quest. He critiqued all the bad things about the game. The day to night cycles, all the holes in the "dungeons," how easy it is to beat the skeleton looking Dracula. After that he reviewed one of the worst games of all time, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The Nerd was saying the game was so bad, he didn't even want to show it to the viewers. To do this day, The Nerd still says this is the worst video game he has ever played.

    Two years after the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde review (2004 to 2006), he put his two game reviews on the internet. Due to popularity he made another video review for The Karate Kid. From this review on, it became his duty to review terrible games from the past.

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