If you have been living under a rock, you may not know who Mike Matei is. Cinemassacre is the home of James ”The Angry Video Game Nerd” Rolfe and his friend, Mike Matei. It all starts with Mike and Gadget furthering their plans to take over Cinemassacre completely in James's absence as they turn to the audience and greet us. Mike politely introduces the audience to a well-animated Inspector Gadget that puts the original outsourced DiC cartoon to shame.
In his written article, he described the Angry Video Game Nerd as "one of the most recognizable figures in gaming culture", adding that "if you're a gamer, it's nearly guaranteed that you've browsed YouTube and seen at least a couple of videos from the series.
Matei sometimes does his own game reviews on the main Cinemassacre YouTube channel His game reviews include such titles as Looney Tunes, Sheep Raider, Dark Souls, Top Ten SNES Gems and many others. Mike: I didn't do too much concerning the movie because my responsibility was to keep the web content going while James worked on the film.
VGFaq - Video Games Frequently Asked Questions - was born out of passion for video games. I believe the first Zelda video I wrote for Cinemassacre was The Angry Video Game Nerd is Chronologically Confused About the Legend of Zelda Timeline ”. In response to them and to the games, the Nerd derives comic appeal from excessive and surrealistic use of fantasy scenarios, anger, and consumption of Rolling Rock (in addition to Yuengling in later videos) while reviewing video games.
An album based from the movie was released in 2014 composed by Bear McCreary, who had previously worked with Rolfe on the webseries Christmas special. Mike: Making videos is a ton of fun. While Mike's solo videos began to appear long before production began for the Angry Video Game Nerd Movie, Mike's contributions helped fill the void during James' many absences during the film's production and satisfy hungry fans.
While choosing what game to review, the Nerd Mike Matei briefly looks at the infamous E.T., but then passes by. Although the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde review was intended to be the last, Rolfe's friends, who enjoyed the previous Bad NES games” reviews, encouraged him to create another.
During the review the Nerd is forced and threatened by Jason Voorhees to do a positive review of the game. 1 From there, the series became a cult success, and Rolfe began appearing as the character in various other media such as a feature-length film and video games, and many public appearances.
If Nintendo decided to make Zelda Kart”, where the whole game was just Zelda characters racing around, I think it would expletive me off. I've been playing Megaman games religiously since 2 came out when I was 6 years old, so when Capcom announced they were releasing 9 in old 8 bit fashion I lost my shit.
5 Naming these videos The Angry Nintendo Nerd Trilogy”, Rolfe posted them on Cinemassacre. Mike Matei: First thing that comes to mind is Board James That started with James just wanting to do a quick video about Mouse Trap, because he had some nostalgic feelings for that game.
James Rolfe himself appeared as the Nerd in various gaming and internet conventions. Soon, Rolfe released a review of The Karate Kid game which was the first episode where Rolfe's character is introduced as The Angry Nintendo Nerd”. 6. I never really liked Megaman 7 and those earlier MMX games (never played the later ones).