Media student from Barnsley with a love for movies, video games and mixed martial arts.
Ha, I remember this movie from when I was a kid, parents had it on VHS and I used to watch it a lot. Though its title was Dark Angel on VHS not "Come in peace" I know you mentioned that the DVD version has that title too but the same title was used here in the U.K. Was a good fun little movie and believe it or not, I remembered Dolph Lundrad from this movie and Universal Soldiers more than I do Rock IV.
2 years, 6 months ago on I Come In Peace (1990)
@aztoya06@SamanthavanderTouw Possibly nostalgia goggles? Things seem better when you look back on them. I've played them both recently and they've not really aged well but back in their day... They were awesome, I thought Resident Evil was real cause of the pre-rendered back grounds. Though I didn't play Res-Evil until a while after it came out, used to watch my Dad on it... Fond memories there.
I do remember thinking to myself when playing Resident Evil 2 that graphics couldn't get any better. Ha good times. Though, they have there short comings and even for the time their controls were bad.
2 years, 7 months ago on AVGN: CD-I Part 1 - Hotel Mario
Blast, I've been doing 3D models and such for about 4 years. However, my old computer broke down and I'm using a temp while I can afford a new one. This temp just isn't up to the task though. Otherwise I'd love to do this for free (it'd look good on the C.V).
2 years, 8 months ago on AVGN Movie - Looking for 3D Modelers, Set Builders, Miniature Makers
@zeldamaster17@Mike/Cinemassacre@Bornlucky69 -throws paper airplane-
2 years, 8 months ago on Supergirl (1984)
@Big McLargehuge@Donrex1943 Stan Lee is Superman... and the Incredible Hulk...
I remember watching this film as a kid and it was shite then and that was when I would watch anything. Though its been a while so it escapes my mind here but... Did she actually get out that pod with the Supergirl outfit on?... That makes no sense.
@SamanthavanderTouw@StevenAnthonySkelly Its quite possible that I didn't understand you, guess it was in the early hours in the morning when I posted that reply so might not have been all there. I was under the impression that the Nerd should keep his negative opinions to himself rather than telling people to "give it a try, its not that bad" or "play it for yourself and make up your own mind".Believe it or not, I've seen that quite often when watching or reading reviews. People forget the whole opinion/critic aspect and get pissy when the critic doesn't believe that they're game wasn't fashioned out of gold. Such behavior perplexes me, people that can't accept the opinions of others :).
That said I do agree with what you say now that this misunderstanding is out of the way, people really should base things on their own opinions rather than just the AVGN's, he's named numerous games that I grew up with in the suckage pile but, while I agree with the shortcomings pointed out... Still didn't stop me from enjoying the games or respecting his opinion/enjoying the show :).
2 years, 9 months ago on AVGN: CD-I Part 1 - Hotel Mario
Those cutscenes look like they were drawn up in MSpaint.
2 years, 9 months ago on AVGN: CD-I Part 2 - Zelda Wand of Gamelon
@SamanthavanderTouw Probably not the best of ideas to tune into AVGN if you don't want to hear negative opinions about games such as these. Though rest assure, the Nerds whole stick is to make petty complaints and look for the worst in things to justify the anger. That's not to say many of his complaints aren't genuine however the whole point of the show is to watch him get angry about video games so for that to happen, some times you've got to dig and look.Here Mario Hotel didn't get too bad a drilling, so its probably not that bad.I was born in the 90's (1990 to be exact) so I grew up more with the SNES, Sega Saturn and even the Commadore Amiga. Though by the time I was old enough to do some serious gaming, it was the PSone and N64 for me. I loved quite a few games on those consoles like the Resident Evil and Tomb Raider series. However, I acknowledge those games had problems and I wouldn't get too upset if the Nerd reviewed those games and drilled them for their shortcomings.