When this whole YouTube thing was just getting started, one man began to review the Nintendo games that ruined his childhood—often with beer, explosions, cursing, and human feces. Nearly a decade later, The Angry Video Game Nerd has his own movie where he goes up against the most infamous bad game of all time: E.T.
What's the Moon from Majora's Mask doing in AVGN Adventures? The Angry Video Game Nerd-based platformer, which came out recently on Steam, has all sorts of gameplay elements from the horrible stuff James Rolfe featured in his videos (in addition to lots of swearing). But Majora's Mask? That's not a sh**ty game!
As of this morning, it appears that all of the videos on the well-liked Angry Video Game Nerd webseries have been removed from YouTube. Text on the landing page cites severe violations of YouTube terms of service, which seems to indicate that this wasn't a voluntary move on Rolfe's part.
The scourge of terrible retro games over the past six years, James Rolfe—the Angry Video Game Nerd—has been working on a feature-length film for some time; he announced plans for it back in 2010 and last year cut back production of the Angry Video Game Nerd series to focus on it. Yesterday, he uploaded the feature's…