Today marks the 100th anniversary of the original Hunchback of Notre Dame from Universal Studios! It premiered at the Astor Theatre in NYC on September 2,1923, but its main release was September 6th. It’s not that often when you get to celebrate the 100th anniversary of a film, so lets talk about this Lon Chaney classic that arguably kicked off the Universal Monster movies.
FPS: First Person Shooter is a three-hour love letter to FPS games, the most popular genre of video games in the world. We've interviewed 45+ developers, artists, and professional gamers, including John Carmack (Co-founder & lead programmer, id Software), John Romero (Co-founder, id software & Ion Storm), Warren Spector (Designer SystemShock, Thief, Deus EX), Cliff Bleszinski (Designer Unreal, Unreal Tournament, Gears of War), Scott Miller (Co-founder, Apogee Software/3D Realms), and many more! This all-star cast will take you on a nostalgic journey from the genre's humble beginnings in the 1970s through to the present day, exploring the impact and legacy of a wide range of genre-defining classics, from Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and Goldeneye, to Half-Life, Halo, Call of Duty, and beyond. Along the way, we'll be revealing insider tales, unheard anecdotes, and new insights into these much-loved classics that will delight and surprise fans! FPS: First Person Shooter brings together the greatest line-up of gaming legends ever assembled on screen. Join us as we revisit the greatest ever FPS games, guided by the developers who created them.
James and John are playing some classic video games based on board games in this episode of Neighbor Nerds, with Monopoly for NES and Clue for Sega Genesis!
Let's Play The Legend of Zelda ゼルダの伝説 The Hyrule Fantasy! on Famicom!
Originally uploaded June 7, 2015.
Let's play Super Mario Land for Game boy with James Rolfe and Mike Matei!
Originally uploaded June 1, 2015.
The history of Mike Matei's countless work he did for the Angry Video Game Nerd series, in his own words.
00:01:11 Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
00:02:22 Karate Kid
00:03:06 Roger Rabbit
00:04:14 Nerd Room
00:04:42 YouTube Channel
00:05:16 Shit Pickle
00:09:07 Episode Breakdown 1
00:11:09 Episode Breakdown 2
00:14:00 Top Gun
00:16:21 Atari 5200
00:18:51 Nintendo Power/NES Accessories
00:20:37 Super Pitfall
00:22:15 Mario is Missing
00:24:48 Day Dreamin' Davy
00:25:07 Star Wars
00:25:41 How the Nerd Stole Christmas
00:26:20 Title Cards
00:26:48 Castlevania Part 3
00:28:01 Devotion to AVGN
00:31:16 12 Days of Shitsmas
00:32:42 Atari 2600 Games
00:34:28 Toxic Crusaders
00:35:56 Big Rigs
00:36:17 Board James
00:36:50 AVGN Adventures Deluxe
00:38:29 Super Mecha Death Christ
00:38:49 Rolling Rock
00:39:35 Hong Kong 97/YKWBS
00:40:08 James & Mike Mondays
00:41:04 Amiga CD32 (in 2016)
00:41:50 Origin of Commodore 64 (in 2018)
00:43:29 Consoles for AVGN
00:44:09 Amiga CD32
00:48:07 AVGN for Pat's NES marathon
00:49:15 Power Rangers
00:52:21 Treasure Master
00:52:52 Darkwing Duck
00:53:25 Micro Machines Deck Enhancer
00:53:49 Rental Reviews
00:55:12 Ed Woodathon
00:55:36 Cartoon Reviews
00:57:35 Skits vs Analogy
00:57:47 Find, Get, Hand it off
00:58:22 Origin of Darkman (in 2020)
00:59:40 Origin of S64 Returns! (in 2017)
01:01:33 Origin of Legend of Kage (in 2020)
01:02:21 Games, Camera, Mic setup
01:04:05 No time
If you thought Indiana Jones was completely original, think again! Check out some of the serial films that helped inspire the classic franchise with these side-by-side comparisons.
Zorro Rides Again (1937), Zorro’s Fighting Legion (1939), Gunga Din (1939), China (1943), Secret of the Incas (1954), The Naked Jungle (1954)
Originally aired February 28, 2019.
Let's Play Krazy Kreatures, an unlicensed game made by American Video Entertainment for the Nintendo Entertainment System! This week's guests are Bootsy and Kyle Justin.
Originally uploaded May 17, 2015.
Let's Play Double Dragon for Neo Geo CD!
Originally uploaded May 10, 2015.
My former next door neighbor and friend of 30 years John joins me again for another video and this time we’re playing the Nintendo 64 classic photography game, Pokemon Snap!
We hope you're enjoying these videos so far! We're going to try making this a new monthly show, where we're going to play some games that we remember from back when we were neighbors and maybe some stuff that we don't!
Let's Play Earthworm Jim!
A video game released for Sega Genesis in 1994! Gameplay recorded by James Rolfe and Mike Matei.
Originally uploaded May 4, 2015.
One thing that every gamer, young and old, can probably agree on is that water levels in video games are usually pretty bad. Now of course there are games that nail this concept, especially ones that take place entirely underwater, but that’s not what this video is about! Today I'm looking at a handful of the most memorable water levels in gaming! These aren't necessarily my favorites or the ones I dislike the most, but ones that stuck with me for better or worse.
NOTE: In Sonic 1, we mistook the Shield for the Bubble Shield from Sonic 3 - we thought they did the same thing while making the video.
In Angry Video Game Nerd episode 209, The Nerd dons his leather hat and whip again to pick up where he left off in 2008, playing more bad games based on the Indiana Jones films series! This time though he's got something brand new for you - a game based on the newly released Kingdom of the Crystal Skull for the... LeapFrog Didj?! The Nerd also digs deep into Young Indiana Jones games on Sega Genesis and NES, some of Indy's PC and DVD adventures, and his first venture into 3D in the Nintendo 64's the Infernal Machine. The game footage was intentionally degraded to try and make it look old.
[fixed version from the Cinemassacre Odysee channel]
Let's Play Mortal Kombat X! A video game for Playstation 4! For this week's gameplay we play a PS4 video game for the first time on the show! Watch us stumble our way through the game and relive our memories of the early days of Mortal Kombat!
Originally uploaded April 19, 2015.
Let's Play Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project for the Nintendo Entertainment System! This week James Rolfe and Mike Matei play along with special guest Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic).
Originally uploaded April 13, 2015.
Originally uploaded April 6, 2015.
This week, Doug Walker "Nostalgia Critic" joins James Rolfe to play the european version of Contra known as Probotector for NES. While Mike Matei plays the american version at the same time! We're comparing not only 2-player mode vs single player, but European vs American! Let's see how the games compare!
Originally uploaded March 30, 2015.
Created 3 years, 6 months ago.
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