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Season 10 is the tenth season of The Angry Video Game Nerd series. It consists of five episodes making it the shortest season of the series alongside the previous season.

Episode list[]

Episode No. overall Episode No. in season Episode Title Episode Length Original air date
139 1 Mega Man Games 25:06 April 6, 2016
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Cinemassacre YouTube channel, the Nerd updates his gaming room and tackles a collection of bad games in HD. More precisely, a collection of bad Mega Man games for the PC, PlayStation and PlayStation 2. This includes the DOS versions of Mega Man and Mega Man III, Mega Man Legends for the PlayStation, and Mega Man X7 for the PlayStation 2.
140 2 Paperboy 16:05 May 26, 2016
Extra, extra – the Nerd tackles reviewing Paperboy for the NES, while answering the question of whether a rolled up newspaper can truly break a window, and if you can throw one into a mailbox while riding along on a bicycle.
141 3 Beavis and Butthead 14:18 August 16, 2016
It’s time for the Nerd to snicker and make dumb comments, as he takes a look at two bad games made for the SNES and Genesis, based on the Beavis and Butt-Head adult cartoon series.
142 4 Berenstain Bears 19:41 October 18, 2016
It’s Halloween again, and the Nerd tackles three bad games for the Game Boy Color, Atari 2600 and Genesis, based on the children’s series of books and cartoons about the Berenstain Bears and then winds up pondering the situation where he seems to remember the franchise’s name as something different.
143 5 Sega Activator Interactor Menacer 11:51 December 20, 2016
For Christmas, the Nerd takes a look at a series of Genesis accessories for its games, including the Activator, Aura Interactor, Menacer, Victormaxx Stuntmaster, TeeV Golf, and Batter Up! Baseball bat.
Guest Stars: Nathan Barnatt as Keith Apicary.
Notes: This episode featured a total budget of $3,614, according to the episode’s commentary, making it the most expensive to be made in the series to date. Amongst the costs were Barnatt’s travel fees, the use of breakaway props, and the accessories that had to be acquired on eBay.
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