History WebVideo / JoueurDuGrenier

20th May '16 6:06:24 PM StFan
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* ColbertBump:
** [[invoked]] Claims that 48 Zozan Kebabs were created after he mentioned them in the second FAQ.
** The final ''Tintin in Tibet'' video features several clips from the Tintin YoutubePoop "[[Pendant ce temps à Moulinsart]]".

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* ColbertBump:
ColbertBump:[[invoked]]
** [[invoked]] Claims that 48 Zozan Kebabs were created after he mentioned them in the second FAQ.
** The final ''Tintin in Tibet'' video features several clips from the Tintin YoutubePoop ''Tintin'' WebAnimation/YouTubePoop "[[Pendant ce temps à Moulinsart]]".
20th May '16 5:06:21 PM nombretomado
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->''"The year is 2000 AD, and all [[UsefulNotes/{{France}} Gaul]] is playing [[XBox360 high]] [[PlayStation3 definition]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} consoles]]. [[ComicBook/{{Asterix}} All? No! In one small village, there is a gamer who still holds out against the invaders]]."''

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->''"The year is 2000 AD, and all [[UsefulNotes/{{France}} Gaul]] is playing [[XBox360 [[UsefulNotes/XBox360 high]] [[PlayStation3 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 definition]] [[UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} consoles]]. [[ComicBook/{{Asterix}} All? No! In one small village, there is a gamer who still holds out against the invaders]]."''



* ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation)

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* ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation)([=PlayStation=])



* ''VideoGame/Excalibur2555AD'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation)

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* ''VideoGame/Excalibur2555AD'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation)([=PlayStation=])



* Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon-themed video games: ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', ''Disney/TheLionKing: Simba's Mighty Adventure'' (Playstation), ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' (UsefulNotes/MegaDrive)

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* Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon-themed video games: ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', ''Disney/TheLionKing: Simba's Mighty Adventure'' (Playstation), ([=PlayStation=]), ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' (UsefulNotes/MegaDrive)



* ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil1'' (PlayStation) -- just the first game, not the [[Franchise/ResidentEvil franchise]]

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* ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil1'' (PlayStation) ([=PlayStation=]) -- just the first game, not the [[Franchise/ResidentEvil franchise]]



* MostWonderfulSound: InUniverse, the PlayStation jingle when you turn on the console. Though [=JdG=] notes that it's also a moment of anguish, where you wonder if the PS logo will appear or not.

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* MostWonderfulSound: InUniverse, the PlayStation [=PlayStation=] jingle when you turn on the console. Though [=JdG=] notes that it's also a moment of anguish, where you wonder if the PS logo will appear or not.



* ReadingsBlewUpTheScale: In the episode for ''Franchise/StarWars'', [=JdG=] calling ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' the best film in the series makes his "Sarcasm Detector" beeps loudly. Then, when he praise the quality of a UsefulNotes/PlayStation game of the same name, the detector explodes.

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* ReadingsBlewUpTheScale: In the episode for ''Franchise/StarWars'', [=JdG=] calling ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'' the best film in the series makes his "Sarcasm Detector" beeps loudly. Then, when he praise the quality of a UsefulNotes/PlayStation [=PlayStation=] game of the same name, the detector explodes.



** The Disney-themed episode has, at one point, a Long List of things "a thousand times worse than that" ("that" being the game ''The Lion King: Simba's Mighty Adventure'' on Playstation). Said list includes the [=JdG=] opening credits.

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** The Disney-themed episode has, at one point, a Long List of things "a thousand times worse than that" ("that" being the game ''The Lion King: Simba's Mighty Adventure'' on Playstation).[=PlayStation=]). Said list includes the [=JdG=] opening credits.
20th May '16 1:10:34 AM Chabal2
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* ColbertBump:[[invoked]] Claims that 48 Zozan Kebabs were created after he mentioned them in the second FAQ.

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* ColbertBump:[[invoked]] ColbertBump:
** [[invoked]]
Claims that 48 Zozan Kebabs were created after he mentioned them in the second FAQ.FAQ.
** The final ''Tintin in Tibet'' video features several clips from the Tintin YoutubePoop "[[Pendant ce temps à Moulinsart]]".


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* DomesticAbuse: PlayedForLaughs.
** According to the FAQ, the child who plays young Fred is kept in a closet when not being filmed.
** ''VideoGame/BeatTakeshi'' has a sequence where the player character beats up his wife and children. Fred acts this out with gusto.
--> Die you fucking genetic mistake!
** During the Jeux en Vrac special on ''VideoGame/Creatures2'', the male creature keeps slapping the female as soon as she's created. Cue Fred in a trucker hat holding a beer.
--> Yeah, that's how you educa- '''[JOKE ABORTED]'''
:::: Later the creature gets pregnant... doesn't stop the male from slapping her around.


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* DudeNotFunny: Several racier or line-crossing jokes are interrupted just before the punchline.


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* RunningGag:
** Interrupting particularly crass jokes just before the punchline, usually with a "CENSORED" or "JOKE ABORTED" banner.
** The use of Baba Yetu during [[HopeSpot uplifting moments...]] and usually interrupted by the MomentKiller.
19th May '16 2:44:58 PM SaniOKh
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* ArtifactTitle: Or Artifact Intro Sequence, where Fred looks ''very'' different indeed. The first video of 2015 lampshades it by treating the New Year's resolution of getting a new title sequence with a hearty round of HaHaHaNo.

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* ArtifactTitle: Or Artifact Intro Sequence, where Fred looks ''very'' different indeed.TheArtifact: The intro sequence shot in Fred's old room, and with himself [[FormerlyFat looking]] ''[[FormerlyFat very]]'' [[FormerlyFat different]]. The first video of 2015 lampshades it by treating the New Year's resolution of getting a new title sequence with a hearty round of HaHaHaNo. Fred himself has stated that he liked how the opening sequence became less and less representative of the actual show with time.
18th May '16 5:04:49 AM Faberlich
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Frédéric Molas, a.k.a. le ''[[http://www.joueurdugrenier.fr/ Joueur du Grenier]]'' ("The Attic Gamer") is a French retro video-games reviewer who plays mostly horrible (and mostly [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed]]) games, but also a few merely NintendoHard games, with his sidekick Sébastien Rassiat (a.k.a. "Seb"). The [=JdG=] team received a third member (Karim Debbache, host of ''WebVideo/{{Crossed}}'') in early 2013, who mostly serves to write the video scenarios (he occasionnally makes a cameo).

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Frédéric Molas, a.k.a. le ''[[http://www.joueurdugrenier.fr/ Joueur du Grenier]]'' ("The Attic Gamer") is a French retro video-games reviewer who plays mostly horrible (and mostly [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed]]) games, but also a few merely NintendoHard games, with his sidekick Sébastien Rassiat (a.k.a. "Seb"). The [=JdG=] team received a third member (Karim Debbache, host of ''WebVideo/{{Crossed}}'') in early 2013, who mostly serves to write the video scenarios (he and occasionnally makes a cameo).
cameo.
18th May '16 5:04:24 AM Faberlich
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Frédéric Molas, a.k.a. le ''[[http://www.joueurdugrenier.fr/ Joueur du Grenier]]'' ("The Attic Gamer") is a French retro video-games reviewer who plays mostly horrible (and mostly [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed]]) games, but also a few merely NintendoHard games, with his sidekick Sébastien Rassiat (a.k.a. "Seb"). The [=JdG=] team received a third member (Karim Debbache, host of ''WebVideo/{{Crossed}}'') in the beginning of 2013, who mostly serves to write the video scenarios (he occasionnally appears as an actor).

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Frédéric Molas, a.k.a. le ''[[http://www.joueurdugrenier.fr/ Joueur du Grenier]]'' ("The Attic Gamer") is a French retro video-games reviewer who plays mostly horrible (and mostly [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed]]) games, but also a few merely NintendoHard games, with his sidekick Sébastien Rassiat (a.k.a. "Seb"). The [=JdG=] team received a third member (Karim Debbache, host of ''WebVideo/{{Crossed}}'') in the beginning of early 2013, who mostly serves to write the video scenarios (he occasionnally appears as an actor).
makes a cameo).
18th May '16 5:03:22 AM Faberlich
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He is basically the [[ForeignRemake French equivalent]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' (although he developed his own style as the videos went on). Prone to [[{{Angrish}} getting very, very mad at his video games]], he still goes through almost all them, much to his chagrin and to his viewers' amusement. Being born in TheEighties and having grown up in TheNineties and the TurnOfTheMillennium, he also made several specials, nostalgic (or not) videos about animes, TV shows and other weird multimedia stuff that aired in these decades.

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He is basically the [[ForeignRemake French equivalent]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' (although he developed his own style as the videos went on). Prone to [[{{Angrish}} getting very, very mad at his video games]], he still goes through almost all them, much to his chagrin and to his viewers' amusement.

Being born in TheEighties and having grown up in TheNineties and the TurnOfTheMillennium, he also made several specials, nostalgic (or not) videos about animes, TV shows and other weird multimedia stuff that aired in these decades.
18th May '16 5:02:59 AM Faberlich
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* He humorously answered to commonly-asked questions about him while parodying some recent mainstream games (there are two FAQ episodes).

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* He Two FAQ episodes in which he humorously answered to commonly-asked questions about him while parodying some recent mainstream games (there are two FAQ episodes).games.
18th May '16 5:00:38 AM Faberlich
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He is basically the [[ForeignRemake French equivalent]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' (although he developed his own style as the videos went on). Prone to [[{{Angrish}} getting very, very mad at his video games]], he still goes through almost all them, much to his chagrin and to his viewers' amusement.

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He is basically the [[ForeignRemake French equivalent]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' (although he developed his own style as the videos went on). Prone to [[{{Angrish}} getting very, very mad at his video games]], he still goes through almost all them, much to his chagrin and to his viewers' amusement.
amusement. Being born in TheEighties and having grown up in TheNineties and the TurnOfTheMillennium, he also made several specials, nostalgic (or not) videos about animes, TV shows and other weird multimedia stuff that aired in these decades.
18th May '16 4:53:32 AM Faberlich
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He is basically the [[ForeignRemake French equivalent]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' (although he later developed his own style as the videos went on). Prone to [[{{Angrish}} getting very, very mad at his video games]], he still goes through almost all them, much to his chagrin and to his viewers' amusement.

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He is basically the [[ForeignRemake French equivalent]] of ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' (although he later developed his own style as the videos went on). Prone to [[{{Angrish}} getting very, very mad at his video games]], he still goes through almost all them, much to his chagrin and to his viewers' amusement.
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