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This is episode 203 of the Angry Video Game Nerd (AVGN)! The Nerd auditions a handful of Wii games before landing on a game he just had to show off: Purr Pals!

Raise your own digital kitten by feeding it, playing fetch with it, and even facing off against it in table tennis! He also tries out Party Babyz, Billy the Wizard: Rocket Broomstick Racing, Balls of Fury, and Monkey Mischief.

Sonic the Hedgehog is a classic video game series which began with Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis in 1991. The first game in the series was a platform game where the player would control Sonic and progress through levels at high speeds, running through loops and checkpoints on his way to battle Doctor Robotnik.

It had a sequel, which was released in 1992 called Sonic the Hedgehog 2, which was the second best selling game for the Sega Genesis. This one introduced a sidekick known as "Tails" who follows Sonic around.

Sonic became one of the most popular video game characters of all time, and has an endless assortment of sequels and spin-off games. Including titles such as Sonic & Knuckles, Sonic Rush Adventure, Sonic Generations, Sonic CD, Sonic Unleashed, Sonic Colors, Sonic Advance, Sonic Lost World, Sonic Spinball, Sonic Adventure and many others.

In this weeks episode, James Rolfe and Mike Matei attempt playing some Sonic home-brews and hacks such as Sonic Jam 6, Streets of Rage 3 Sonic, Sonic the Hedgehog Megamix and Sonic Version 666!!!

Originally uploaded June 23, 2014.

James Rolfe, Mike Matei and Pat the NES Punk play Jaws: Unleased! Jaws Unleashed was a game released in 2006 for the Playstation 2 and Xbox. It was developed by Appaloosa Interactive and published by Majesco Games. In Jaws Unleashed you actually play as Jaws himself and attack beach goers and other sea creatures.

Originally uploaded June 16, 2014.

Splatterhouse was originally an arcade game released in 1988. It was developed and published by Namco (makers of Pac-Man). In this video James Rolfe and Mike Matei try out the home port of Splatterhouse on the TurboGrafx-16 (released in 1990). Splatterhouse is a side-scroller, where you play as a character named Rick, who has the appearance of Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th. You travel through levels fighting monsters with weapons such as a shotgun. There were other Splatterhouse games released later such as Splatterhouse 2 and 3 for Sega Genesis. And a reboot simply titled "Splatterhouse" in 2010 for Xbox360 & PS3.

Originally uploaded June 9, 2014.

In this episode of Talk About Games, Mike Matei and Ryan talk about Diablo Immortal and Red Dead Redemption!

Thanks for watching Talk About Games, where Mike Matei and Ryan each bring a game to the table and talk about them every Friday! They'll cover everything from retro classics to indie titles to modern new releases. It's a discussion about video games by lifelong fans.

From CW S2E40 - Part 1.

This week, James Rolfe and Mike Matei play Back to the Future Part III - A video game developed by Probe Software and published by Image Works in 1991 for the Sega Genesis. It is based off the movie Back to the Future Part III starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Directed by Robert Zemeckis.

The game is divided up into four parts. Rescuing Clara Clayton, target practice, shooting Bufords goons and getting to the front of the train. This game is NOTORIOUS for its first level being one of the hardest first levels in ANY video game. In comes Bootsy (our special guest for this episode) to work his magic!

Originally uploaded June 2, 2014.

Mike reacts to waterproof shoes.

In this episode of Talk About Games, Mike Matei and Ryan talk about Cannon Spike and Mr. Do!

Thanks for watching Talk About Games, where Mike Matei and Ryan each bring a game to the table and talk about them every Friday! They'll cover everything from retro classics to indie titles to modern new releases. It's a discussion about video games by lifelong fans.

On Cinemassacre, I don't think I've given enough attention to Disney animated films, so let's talk about them! Here are some of my most memorable Disney moments, my history with Disney animation, and my personal favorite Disney animated features.

In this episode of Talk About Games, Mike Matei and Ryan talk about Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse and Brigandine!

Thanks for watching Talk About Games, where Mike Matei and Ryan each bring a game to the table and talk about them every Friday! They'll cover everything from retro classics to indie titles to modern new releases. It's a discussion about video games by lifelong fans.

Top Gun: Maverick is finally here after years of waiting, so how does it stack up against the other Top Gun 2? You know, Top Gun: The Second Mission for the NES! Which is better? The game? Or the movie? That's the battle we're going to settle today!

Top Gun: Maverick is directed by Joseph Kosinski and stars Tom Cruise returning as Captain Pete "Maverick" Mitchell. Set 36 years after the original 1986 film, Maverick returns to the Navy's Top Gun program to train a new class of young pilots, including the son of his deceased best friend Goose, "Rooster" (Miles Teller). Maverick must not only confront his past, but also prepare the new pilots for mission that seems impossible. Also starring Jennifer Connelly and Val Kilmer returning as "Iceman".

This week James Rolfe and Mike Matei play Nintendo Land for the Wii U. Nintendo Land is a party game developed by Nintendo and released in 2012. In the game you choose between various mini games such as Mario Chase, Metroid Blast, Donkey Kong's Crash Course and others. Nintendo Land utilizes the Gamepad's touchscreen and motion capability, giving the player a unique control experience.

Update (by Mike): Just to clarify, I didn't buy the Xbox One for a Blu-ray player. I bought it to play Xbox One games. Since there were no LAUNCH games I personally liked, I ended up using the system mainly as a Blu-ray player. I should have been more clear in what I meant. That's what happens when you talk off-the-cuff without a script sometimes. - Mike

Originally uploaded May 26, 2014.

R.C. Pro-Am II was a racing game for the Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1993. It was developed by Rare and published by Tradewest. It is the sequel to R.C. Pro-Am from 1988. In the game, you take control of radio-controlled cars and must win races while avoiding hazards like oil slicks. This game has a bigger variety of tracks than the first installment offered and other new features. In this version of the game, with the use of the NES four score, you can play with up to four people for excellent multiplayer action. Join Mike Matei, James Rolfe and special guest Pat Contri "the NES Punk" as they compete in this overlooked sequel for the NES.

Originally uploaded May 19, 2014.

Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's Super Off Road was a game made by Leland Corp in 1989 for the Nintendo Home Entertainment System. The NES version was released by Tradewest. It was also released on the Commodore 64, Game Gear, SNES, Sega Genesis and other systems. In the game you race around top view indoor tracks. There are eight different track designs and you can race with up to four people when using the NES four score. Watch as James Rolfe, Mike Matei (and guest Pat the NES Punk) race to the finish!

Originally uploaded May 12, 2014.

In this episode of Talk About Games, Mike Matei and Ryan talk about Loop Hero and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time!

Thanks for watching Talk About Games, where Mike Matei and Ryan each bring a game to the table and talk about them every Friday! They'll cover everything from retro classics to indie titles to modern new releases. It's a discussion about video games by lifelong fans.

Today I'm talking with one of my biggest inspirations and host of The Last Drive-In, Joe Bob Briggs! We chat about all kinds of horror movies (stuff like Dracula and Tammy and the T-Rex), go into Joe Bob's history on TV with Monster Vision, Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater, and now The Last Drive-In, how Joe Bob plans those famous rants of his, plus a whole bunch of other topics.

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.

In this episode of Talk About Games, Mike Matei and Ryan talk about Fortnite and Wild Guns for SNES!

Thanks for watching Talk About Games, where Mike Matei and Ryan each bring a game to the table and talk about them every Friday! They'll cover everything from retro classics to indie titles to modern new releases. It's a discussion about video games by lifelong fans.

With how often film shooting locations are re-used, just think about how many movie characters have crossed paths over the years. Today, I'm at Griffith Park looking at one of Hollywood's favorite places to film: The Bronson Caves!

Full list of clips used in the video below.

FILM SERIALS
Lightning Bryce (1919)
The Three Musketeers (1933)
The Phantom Empire (1935)
Flash Gordon (1936)
Zorro Rides Again (1937)
Dick Tracy Returns (1938)
The Lone Ranger Rides Again (1939)
Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941)
Atom Man vs. Superman (1949)

FEATURE FILMS
The Vampire Bat (1933)
Call of the Canyon (1942)
Flame of Araby (1951)
Unknown World (1951)
Carson City (1952)
Robot Monster (1953)
Killers from Space (1954)
Crashout (1955)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
The Lone Ranger (1956)
It Conquered the World (1956)
The Searchers (1956)
Night of the Blood Beast (1957)
The Brain from Planet Arous (1957)
The Cyclops (1957)
Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957)
The Bride and the Beast (1958)
Earth vs. the Spider (1958)
Monster from Green Hell (1958)
The Return of Dracula (1958)
Teenage Caveman (1958)
Invisible Invaders (1959)
Teenagers from Outer Space (1959)
The Cape Canaveral Monsters (1960)
Eegah (1962)
Invasion of the Star Creatures (1962)
Batman: The Movie (1966)
The Mighty Gorga (1969)
Equinox (1970)
Octaman (1971)
The Human Tornado (1976)
Munchies (1987)
Blood Diner (1987)
The Wizard of Speed and Time (1989)
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)
Army of Darkness (1992)
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (2001)
Cabin Fever (2002)
Return to the Batcave (2003)
Tremors 4: The Legend Begins (2004)
D-War aka Dragon Wars (2007)
Princess of Mars (2009)
Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (2010)
Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus (2010)
Time Trap (2017)
Palm Springs (2020)

TV SHOWS
The A-Team (Lost in a Diamond Mine)
The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (Pilot)
Batman (1966)
The Dukes of Hazzard (Hazzard Connection)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy
Mission: Impossible (1960s)
The Outer Limits (1960s)
Perry Mason (1960s)
Star Trek: Original
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Enterprise
Twin Peaks
Wonder Woman

COURTHOUSE SQUARE
Gremlins (1984)
Back to the Future (1985)

This week James Rolfe and Mike Matei play NES Remix and NES Remix 2 for Wii U. Both games were published by Nintendo and are available as downloadable content on the Wii U console. NES Remix lets players relive many retro titles with all new challenges. Games include such classics as Balloon Fight, Donkey Kong, Ice Climber, The Legend of Zelda, Punch-Out!! and many others. In this video, James and Mike take a quick look at a few of the games, and attempt some of the challenges!

Note: We were able to fix the TV issue by enabling "game mode" on the TV. That is fixed now. Also, sorry the audio sounds poor in this video. We forgot to turn the air conditioning off in the room.

Originally uploaded May 5, 2014.

This week James Rolfe and Mike Matei play the boxing mini-game in Super Monkey Ball 2! (With special guest Bootsy) Super Monkey Ball 2 was developed by Amusement Vision and Published by Sega in 2002 for the Nintendo GameCube. The main game involves going through mazes and there are several party games. Monkey Baseball, Monkey Tennis, Monkey Dogfight and others. In this video we mainly focus on the Monkey Fight game.

Originally uploaded April 28, 2014.

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