History DethroningMoment / TheIrateGamer

28th Aug '17 7:27:42 PM Savini24
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** Savini24: It's hard to pick from the other moments, but here goes: Bores goes down a list of times where he was copied by James, or that James deliberately beat him to a subject matter to steal his thunder. All of the instances have been debunked due by people who have bothered to research the release and announcement dates. Even if Chris honestly believed that he was being targeted by James, his failure to substantiate his claims makes this attempt to turn the tables look like he's unnecessarily playing the victim card. It falls flat on its face and makes Bores seem as dishonest and manipulative as he's trying to make James out to be.

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** Savini24: It's hard to pick from the other moments, but here goes: Bores goes down a list of times where he was copied by James, or that James deliberately beat him to a subject matter to steal his thunder. All of the instances have been debunked due by people who have bothered to research the release and announcement dates. Even if Chris honestly believed that he was being targeted by James, his failure to substantiate his claims makes this attempt to turn the tables look like he's unnecessarily playing an unnecessary and inaccurate play of the victim card. It falls flat on its face and makes Bores seem as dishonest and manipulative as he's trying to make James out to be.
28th Aug '17 7:23:57 PM Savini24
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** Savini24: It's hard to pick from the other moments, but here goes: Bores goes down a list of times where he was copied by James, or that James deliberately beat him to a subject matter to steal his thunder. All of the instances have been debunked due by people who have bothered to research the release and announcement dates. Even if Chris honestly believed that he was being targeted by James, his failure to substantiate his claims makes this attempt to turn the tables look like he's unnecessarily playing the victim card. It falls flat on its face and makes Bores seem as dishonest and manipulative as he's trying to make James out to be.
23rd Aug '17 1:26:15 AM BackgroundGuy
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->'''WebVideo/ThirdRateGamer:''' Billy, have you ever watched this guy called "Irate Gamer"?
->'''Billy:''' I tried watching him, but his production values are too bad.
-->--The '''Third Rate Gamer'''[='=]s review of ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1'' and ''[[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2 2]]''
12th Aug '17 2:19:42 PM nombretomado
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* Tropers/TommyX: His review of SonicUnleashed. He played the first two Sonic levels and said they were good. Then said the Adventure Fields, Werehog and plane levels suck and don't belong in a Sonic game, saying stuff like "Since when has Sonic been this?" YMMV on the Werehog, but Adventure fields were in the fanbases previous Sonic Adventure, and Sonic has been riding on Tails' plane since Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and there are only two of these levels in the whole game. If you're going to criticise a main part of the game, play more than the first level and do basic research.

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* Tropers/TommyX: His review of SonicUnleashed.''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed''. He played the first two Sonic levels and said they were good. Then said the Adventure Fields, Werehog and plane levels suck and don't belong in a Sonic game, saying stuff like "Since when has Sonic been this?" YMMV on the Werehog, but Adventure fields were in the fanbases previous Sonic Adventure, and Sonic has been riding on Tails' plane since Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and there are only two of these levels in the whole game. If you're going to criticise a main part of the game, play more than the first level and do basic research.
29th Jul '17 1:52:48 PM nombretomado
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* Tropers/{{Dynaboyj}}: Another Irate Gamer moment. His Aladdin review is generally considered one of his worst, but the real DMOS is the joke "Someone call 911, because I was [[IncrediblyLamePun ROBbed]]" while holding up [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem R.O.B.]] It's completely out of context to the review.

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* Tropers/{{Dynaboyj}}: Another Irate Gamer moment. His Aladdin review is generally considered one of his worst, but the real DMOS is the joke "Someone call 911, because I was [[IncrediblyLamePun ROBbed]]" while holding up [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem R.O.B.]] It's completely out of context to the review.
28th Jul '17 8:06:41 PM sampacm
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* Sampa CM: Personally I don't mind him that much, I like watching parodies such as the Third Rate Gamer, or take-ons such as the ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series by Dlabaoaqu, or the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog, which are actually pretty funny. However, there are instances that, no matter mow much I try, I just can't find them funny at all. So, my personal [=DMOS=] is his review of the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' games for the NES. The very worst part comes when he reviews the NES port of the Arcade Game (One of my favorite games from my childhood). When he starts the game, Suddenly he calls it a huge letdown and a pixelated nightmare for not having arcade-style graphics and 4-player mode. What?! It's an 8-bit port, the graphics obviously will not be the same as the Arcade version, and it only allows two players! And he doesn't even talk about the controls, which I find soft and fluid, or gameplay. I actually find this port easier than the Original Arcade version, and I really love [[AdaptationExpansion the extra stages]], but he claims that they're a waste of space, then adds that Konami should have used it to make the game closer to the Arcade version. Then he destroys the cartidge. Why? Just because of the graphics? This episode was painful: He bashes a good game such as [=TMNT2:=] The Arcade Game for NES for incredibly stupid reasons (The graphics, the 2-player mode, which he actually praises in Turtles In Time, showing that he can't even make his mind about it), and I find this episode too painful to watch again... At least the oiginal episode, I can still enjoy Dlabaoaqu's take-on in his ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series, or the severe critic made in the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog.

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* Sampa CM: Personally I don't mind him that much, I like watching parodies such as the Third Rate Gamer, or take-ons such as the ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series by Dlabaoaqu, or the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog, which are actually pretty funny. However, there are instances that, no matter mow much I try, I just can't find them funny at all. So, my personal [=DMOS=] is his review of the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' games for the NES. The very worst part comes when he reviews the NES port of [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheArcadeGame the Arcade Game Game]] (One of my favorite games from my childhood). When he starts the game, Suddenly he suddenly calls it a huge letdown and a pixelated nightmare for not having arcade-style graphics and 4-player mode. What?! It's an 8-bit port, the graphics obviously will not be the same as the Arcade version, and it only allows two players! And he doesn't even talk about the controls, which I find soft and fluid, or the gameplay. I actually find this port easier than the Original original Arcade version, and I really love [[AdaptationExpansion the extra stages]], but he claims that they're a waste of space, then adds that Konami should have used it to make the game closer to the Arcade version. Then he destroys the cartidge. Why? Just because of the graphics? This episode was painful: He bashes a good game such as [=TMNT2:=] The Arcade Game for NES for incredibly stupid reasons (The graphics, the 2-player mode, which he actually praises in [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime Turtles In Time, Time]], showing that he can't even make his mind about it), and I find this episode too painful to watch again... At least the oiginal episode, I can still enjoy Dlabaoaqu's take-on in his ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series, or the severe critic made in the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog.
27th Jul '17 8:31:03 PM sampacm
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* Sampa CM: Personally I don't mind him that much, I like watching parodies such as the Third Rate Gamer, or take-ons such as the ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series by Dlabaoaqu, or the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog, which are actually pretty funny. However, there are instances that, no matter mow much I try, I just can't find them funny at all. So, my personal [=DMOS=] is his review of the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' games for the NES. In this episode, he praises [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheArcadeGame The Arcade Game]] for its graphics and co-op where up to 4 players can join the game (Never talks about the controls, or if the games are overall fun), but then he claims [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles the first NES game]] came months after The Arcade Game, when it's actually the other way around. Most of his review is an obvious copy and paste of the review made by WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd (The enemies, the underwater level, the part with the spiked walls and the unreachable pizza), his painfully [[CaptainObvious obvious statements]] (Jump from the wrong place, and you'll fall to your death), but the very worst part comes after, when he reviews the NES port of the Arcade Game (One of my favorite games from my childhood). When he starts the game, Suddenly he calls it a huge letdown and a pixelated nightmare for not having arcade-style graphics and 4-player mode. What?! It's an 8-bit port, the graphics obviously will not be the same as the Arcade version, and it only allows two players! And he doesn't even talk about the controls, which I find soft and fluid, or gameplay. I actually find this port easier than the Original Arcade version, and I really love [[AdaptationExpansion the extra stages]], but he claims that they're a waste of space, then adds that Konami should have used it to make the game closer to the Arcade version. Then he destroys the cartidge. Why? Just because of the graphics? Later he reviews [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheManhattanProject The Manhattan Project...]] only for 30 seconds? What the heck? And just says it's barely better for its graphics and just dismisses it. And the SNES port of [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime Turtles In Time]], which he says, was "Released only on the Super Nintendo", apparently ignoring that the game was originally in Arcades, and later appeared ''The Hyperstone Heist'' on the Sega Genesis, which reuses the same gameplay and mechanics. And the BigLippedAlligatorMoment at the very end where he plays VideoGame/DonkeyKong, and by that I refer that he edited himself in the game. Now this episode was painful: the {{Critical Research Failure}}s, the CaptainObvious statements, the blatant plagiarism, but the very worst is the fact the he bashes a good game such as [=TMNT2:=] The Arcade Game for NES for incredibly stupid reasons (The graphics, the 2-player mode, which he actually praises in Turtles In Time, showing that he can't even make his mind about it), and I find this episode too painful to watch again... At least the oiginal episode, I can still enjoy Dlabaoaqu's take-on in his ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series, or the severe critic made in the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog.

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* Sampa CM: Personally I don't mind him that much, I like watching parodies such as the Third Rate Gamer, or take-ons such as the ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series by Dlabaoaqu, or the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog, which are actually pretty funny. However, there are instances that, no matter mow much I try, I just can't find them funny at all. So, my personal [=DMOS=] is his review of the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' games for the NES. In this episode, he praises [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheArcadeGame The Arcade Game]] for its graphics and co-op where up to 4 players can join the game (Never talks about the controls, or if the games are overall fun), but then he claims [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles the first NES game]] came months after The Arcade Game, when it's actually the other way around. Most of his review is an obvious copy and paste of the review made by WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd (The enemies, the underwater level, the part with the spiked walls and the unreachable pizza), his painfully [[CaptainObvious obvious statements]] (Jump from the wrong place, and you'll fall to your death), but the very worst part comes after, when he reviews the NES port of the Arcade Game (One of my favorite games from my childhood). When he starts the game, Suddenly he calls it a huge letdown and a pixelated nightmare for not having arcade-style graphics and 4-player mode. What?! It's an 8-bit port, the graphics obviously will not be the same as the Arcade version, and it only allows two players! And he doesn't even talk about the controls, which I find soft and fluid, or gameplay. I actually find this port easier than the Original Arcade version, and I really love [[AdaptationExpansion the extra stages]], but he claims that they're a waste of space, then adds that Konami should have used it to make the game closer to the Arcade version. Then he destroys the cartidge. Why? Just because of the graphics? Later he reviews [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheManhattanProject The Manhattan Project...]] only for 30 seconds? What the heck? And just says it's barely better for its graphics and just dismisses it. And the SNES port of [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime Turtles In Time]], which he says, was "Released only on the Super Nintendo", apparently ignoring that the game was originally in Arcades, and later appeared ''The Hyperstone Heist'' on the Sega Genesis, which reuses the same gameplay and mechanics. And the BigLippedAlligatorMoment at the very end where he plays VideoGame/DonkeyKong, and by that I refer that he edited himself in the game. Now this This episode was painful: the {{Critical Research Failure}}s, the CaptainObvious statements, the blatant plagiarism, but the very worst is the fact the he He bashes a good game such as [=TMNT2:=] The Arcade Game for NES for incredibly stupid reasons (The graphics, the 2-player mode, which he actually praises in Turtles In Time, showing that he can't even make his mind about it), and I find this episode too painful to watch again... At least the oiginal episode, I can still enjoy Dlabaoaqu's take-on in his ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series, or the severe critic made in the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog.
27th Jul '17 8:20:33 PM sampacm
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* Sampa CM: Personally I don't mind him that much, I like watching parodies such as the Third Rate Gamer, or take-ons such as the ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series by Dlabaoaqu, or the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog, which are actually pretty funny. However, there are instances that, no matter mow much I try, I just can't find them funny at all. So, my personal [=DMOS=] is his review of the ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' games for the NES. In this episode, he praises [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheArcadeGame The Arcade Game]] for its graphics and co-op where up to 4 players can join the game (Never talks about the controls, or if the games are overall fun), but then he claims [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles the first NES game]] came months after The Arcade Game, when it's actually the other way around. Most of his review is an obvious copy and paste of the review made by WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd (The enemies, the underwater level, the part with the spiked walls and the unreachable pizza), his painfully [[CaptainObvious obvious statements]] (Jump from the wrong place, and you'll fall to your death), but the very worst part comes after, when he reviews the NES port of the Arcade Game (One of my favorite games from my childhood). When he starts the game, Suddenly he calls it a huge letdown and a pixelated nightmare for not having arcade-style graphics and 4-player mode. What?! It's an 8-bit port, the graphics obviously will not be the same as the Arcade version, and it only allows two players! And he doesn't even talk about the controls, which I find soft and fluid, or gameplay. I actually find this port easier than the Original Arcade version, and I really love [[AdaptationExpansion the extra stages]], but he claims that they're a waste of space, then adds that Konami should have used it to make the game closer to the Arcade version. Then he destroys the cartidge. Why? Just because of the graphics? Later he reviews [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheManhattanProject The Manhattan Project...]] only for 30 seconds? What the heck? And just says it's barely better for its graphics and just dismisses it. And the SNES port of [[VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime Turtles In Time]], which he says, was "Released only on the Super Nintendo", apparently ignoring that the game was originally in Arcades, and later appeared ''The Hyperstone Heist'' on the Sega Genesis, which reuses the same gameplay and mechanics. And the BigLippedAlligatorMoment at the very end where he plays VideoGame/DonkeyKong, and by that I refer that he edited himself in the game. Now this episode was painful: the {{Critical Research Failure}}s, the CaptainObvious statements, the blatant plagiarism, but the very worst is the fact the he bashes a good game such as [=TMNT2:=] The Arcade Game for NES for incredibly stupid reasons (The graphics, the 2-player mode, which he actually praises in Turtles In Time, showing that he can't even make his mind about it), and I find this episode too painful to watch again... At least the oiginal episode, I can still enjoy Dlabaoaqu's take-on in his ''I can't believe it's not [=AVGN=]'' series, or the severe critic made in the ''Irate Gamer Sucks'' blog.
19th Jul '17 12:06:07 AM bobg
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* Tropers/FoxTrax: There was a multi-parter in which he...
** ...reviews VideoGame/BrutalLegend... after only playing an hour of it. He also uses the game's Hell level,[[note]]which doesn't exist[[/note]] to set up a subplot with [[TheScrappy Devil Bores.]] Afterwards, when he realizes he has nothing to bitch about, he whines that the sound effects feel out of place, and thinks that we can identify with his feelings on them. Sure...
** ...reviews the wrong game mode of {{Tekken}} 6. He reviewed the Scenario Mode, instead of the actual fighting game mode. [[FlatWhat This had to be pointed out to him in person.]] In the Website/{{Youtube}} version, he (for once) admits his mistake, but adds that he's a MortalKombat fan, so he can't understand this game's appeal.
** ...reviews ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime: Reshelled'', by saying that he liked it better than the original. Most didn't like it at all. However, the kicker was when he compared the two side-by-side, and for the "original" game footage, he used the SuperNintendo version of Turtles in Time instead of the original arcade game, which came out first. This is the same mistake he made a fucking year ago.

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* Tropers/FoxTrax: There was a multi-parter in which he...
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he reviews VideoGame/BrutalLegend... after only playing an hour of it. He also uses the game's Hell level,[[note]]which doesn't exist[[/note]] to set up a subplot with [[TheScrappy Devil Bores.]] Afterwards, when he realizes he has nothing to bitch about, he whines that the sound effects feel out of place, and thinks that we can identify with his feelings on them. Sure...
** ...reviews the wrong game mode of {{Tekken}} 6. He reviewed the Scenario Mode, instead of the actual fighting game mode. [[FlatWhat This had to be pointed out to him in person.]] In the Website/{{Youtube}} version, he (for once) admits his mistake, but adds that he's a MortalKombat fan, so he can't understand this game's appeal.
** ...reviews ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTurtlesInTime: Reshelled'', by saying that he liked it better than the original. Most didn't like it at all. However, the kicker was when he compared the two side-by-side, and for the "original" game footage, he used the SuperNintendo version of Turtles in Time instead of the original arcade game, which came out first. This is the same mistake he made a fucking year ago.
5th Jul '17 7:21:48 PM bobg
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* Tropers/{{Cliche}}: The Irate Gamer's ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2'' review, in which he acts like the fact that it was a DolledUpInstallment of ''Doki Doki Panic'' was a huge shocking revelation and not something every gamer at least half-heartedly versed in gaming history knows already. And if that wasn't bad enough, he goes on to attack the game for ridiculous, contrived reasons. Toad has a use in being the fastest and strongest character, it isn't that hard to chain attacks on enemies to gain hearts, and he was obviously using cut and paste editing to claim he could take a dump in the time the Star would touch the character, not to mention positioning it in the area where it would naturally take the most time to get. He's just bashing a classic game for the sake of bashing a classic game, and he doesn't even make good arguments for them either.

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* Tropers/{{Cliche}}: The Irate Gamer's ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros2'' review, in which he acts like the fact that it was a DolledUpInstallment of ''Doki Doki Panic'' was a huge shocking revelation and not something every gamer at least half-heartedly versed in gaming history knows already. And if that wasn't bad enough, he goes on to attack the game for ridiculous, contrived reasons. Toad has a use in being the fastest and strongest character, it isn't that hard to chain attacks on enemies to gain hearts, and he review. He was obviously using cut and paste editing to claim he could take a dump in the time the Star would touch the character, not to mention positioning it in the area where it would naturally take the most time to get. He's just bashing a classic game for the sake of bashing a classic game, and he doesn't even make good arguments for them either.get.



* Tropers/BatDan: For me, it's from the first video I ever saw, his review of ''VideoGame/ZombiesAteMyNeighbors''. The moment he called it a bad game that "deserved to be chucked into the nearest meat grinder" I knew this guy was fake. It only got worse with pointless complaints (the weapons are stupid, you only get 3 lives and passwords), unfunny jokes, and complaining that the ending was an actual level instead of boring credits. Most of his complaints were aspects that gamers would find good.
* Tropers/DrZulu2010: WebVideo/TheIrateGamer's review of ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''. Each game he reviews can be summed up like this. NES TMNT: when half of his complains are half assed versions of the WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, the other half of his complains are mainly him playing like an idiot while being CaptainObvious on our butts. TMNT 2 the arcade game: He basically called a good game something bad for no other reason than being a jackass who likes graphics and multiplayer, two thing even the most hardened gamer (including yours truly) called minor gripes outside of gameplay. TMNT 3 The Manhattan Project: he called the game good even if it has most, if not all, of the "flaws" the previous game has. TMNT Turtles In Time: He goes into more accomplishments in research-fail, ignoring that the SNES game was also an arcade port. Then, he goes into FridgeLogic by saying "too bad it's only two player but hey it's a good game so I can forget this." *Headbutts a wall* It was released before his infamous ''VideoGame/ZombiesAteMyNeighbors'' review, but it was a good reason than anything that the next games he will review can be sums up in four words: ThisIsGonnaSuck.
* Tropers/{{Renelia}}: WebVideo/TheIrateGamer's review on ''{{VideoGame/Contra}}''. His tirade about instruction manuals, saying "I canít waste my time reading about a game, I just gotta play it!" pretty much solidifies himself as a non-gamer. Despite he's "claimed" he's played games for about [[BlatantLies 20 years]], he acts completely surprised when he finds the third stage boss is indeed, an alien. He could have avoided it by just [[ReadTheFreakingManual reading the manual]]. Then he claims the laser is useless, when in fact, it's extremely useful to clear a line of enemies in your way. Super C has him basically saying ItsHardSoItSucks and resorts to cheating to get him past the game. Contra Force has him latching on the idea it's an official Contra game (as in, part of the official Contra canon), yet it's a DolledUpInstallment of a Japanese game called Arc Hound. Contra 3 has him running about acting surprised when he chose the easy mode and [[EasyModeMockery got mocked by the game]]. Even more ridiculous is how he ranted he had to beat the game on hard just to get the game's best ending. [[FlatWhat What.]]

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* Tropers/BatDan: For me, it's from the first video I ever saw, his review of ''VideoGame/ZombiesAteMyNeighbors''. The moment he called it a bad game that "deserved to be chucked into the nearest meat grinder" I knew this guy was fake. It only got worse with pointless complaints (the weapons are stupid, you only get 3 lives and passwords), unfunny jokes, and complaining that the ending was an actual level instead of boring credits. Most of his complaints were aspects that gamers would find good.
* Tropers/DrZulu2010: WebVideo/TheIrateGamer's review of ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''. Each game he reviews can be summed up like this. NES TMNT: when half of his complains are half assed versions of the WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, the other half of his complains are mainly him playing like an idiot while being CaptainObvious on our butts. TMNT 2 the arcade game: He basically called a good game something bad for no other reason than being a jackass who likes graphics and multiplayer, two thing even the most hardened gamer (including yours truly) called minor gripes outside of gameplay. TMNT 3 The Manhattan Project: he called the game good even if it has most, if not all, of the "flaws" the previous game has. TMNT Turtles In Time: He goes into more accomplishments in research-fail, ignoring that the SNES game was also an arcade port. Then, he goes into FridgeLogic by saying "too bad it's only two player but hey it's a good game so I can forget this." *Headbutts a wall* It was released before his infamous ''VideoGame/ZombiesAteMyNeighbors'' review, but it was a good reason than anything that the next games he will review can be sums up in four words: ThisIsGonnaSuck.
* Tropers/{{Renelia}}: WebVideo/TheIrateGamer's review on ''{{VideoGame/Contra}}''. His tirade about instruction manuals, saying "I canít waste my time reading about a game, I just gotta play it!" pretty much solidifies himself as a non-gamer. Despite he's "claimed" he's played games for about [[BlatantLies 20 years]], he acts completely surprised when he finds the third stage boss is indeed, an alien. He could have avoided it by just [[ReadTheFreakingManual reading the manual]]. Then he claims the laser is useless, when in fact, it's extremely useful to clear a line of enemies in your way. Super C has him basically saying ItsHardSoItSucks and resorts to cheating to get him past the game. Contra Force has him latching on the idea it's an official Contra game (as in, part of the official Contra canon), yet it's a DolledUpInstallment of a Japanese game called Arc Hound. Contra 3 has him running about acting surprised when he chose the easy mode and [[EasyModeMockery got mocked by the game]]. Even more ridiculous is how he ranted he had to beat the game on hard just to get the game's best ending. [[FlatWhat What.]]



* philipthepatsy: At E3 2010, Bores interviewed Sega representatives about VideoGame/SonicColors. He said, "VideoGame/SonicUnleashed sucked, so this better be an improvement." Not only is that unprofessional, it's just being a dick, especially to the representatives!



* Tropers/NicholasOnimura: There's so many moments to pick from, but for me, it'd have to be the Video Game Roundup/Rundown (he can't seem to decide). It's much like the 3-in-1 review that he did, except much worse since he reviews four games in less than three minutes, giving only vague details about the games (''VideoGame/LEGOStarWars III'' is awesome because it has new content, but he won't say what that content is). It only proves just how lazy Chris Bores is.
* Tropers/MattFisherNL: I would say the Dethroning Moment of Suck for the Irate Gamer has to be his review of ''Yo! Noid''. Granted, there are all kinds of possible moments for me to choose from, and I could agree with what any of you guys have suggested here so far, but I chose this one because it [[DudeNotFunny just wasn't that funny in my opinion]]. The joke about ProductPlacement was drawn out and was not needed, in which Chris Bores pretends to endorse numerous products ([=A&W=], Doritos, and Dr Pepper), and even shows on screen a ticker promoting ''Series/DancingWithTheStars''. It's as {{padd|ing}}ed as Creator/SeltzerAndFriedberg. The cutaway at the end with the lemmings following "Evil Bores" in Hell was not funny, either. Not to mention, this is notorious as the first Irate Gamer episode where Chris Bores says [[WantonCrueltyToTheCommonComma "fustrating"]].



* Tropers/Erin582: The 2012 e-begging "Spoof" gets my vote. I just hate to open such an old can of worms, but regardless on where you stand on the WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd[=/=]WebVideo/TheIrateGamer "war", I found this to be really childish, shallow and unprofessional on IG's part. Be that as it may that the Nerd's e-begging/Kickstarter campaign looks silly/pathetic/annoying/etc. in hindsight, I find it rather irritating that someone who tries to set himself apart from other game reviewers and constantly tries to prove himself going as far as to mock someone who, ironically enough, doesn't mock him and discourages his fans from doing so. Also, it looks worse that he decides to behave in such a way that his haters [[NotSoDifferent have been treating him throughout the years.]] Now fast-forward about two and a half years and IG HIMSELF is now begging his fans...for amiibo action figures which connect to the Wii U. Toys in other words, which he initially dismissed as something children will like all the while being obsessed with the Skylanders action figures. What the [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocritical]] hell, man?



* [=BackgroundGuy=]: I was never a fan to start with, but I've followed him closely for awhile regardless - it's the trainwreck effect, I suppose. So I definitely noticed when he quietly put the kebosh on the series for about the umpteenth time in 2016, but this time it seems to be permanent. That would be bad enough, but that's not all - he's tried to be as discreet as possible in shuttering the show as he shifts his attention to ''Puppet Steve'', trying his best to keep people from associating the two with each other. ''Then'' he started using his main channel as a dumping ground for cheap sell-out moves, like his stupid ''Box Wars'' show and horrid tech reviews. If I were a fan, and if nothing else from his very long list of grievances had put me over the edge, this would definitely have been a stab to the heart for me, the one that would have turned me against him.
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