Awesome: Chip Cheezum
- From Chip Cheezum and General Ironicus' Let's Play of 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, Chip shooting down a helicopter with a gattling gun, the helicopter crashing into a refinery, and the refinery exploding, all set to the Top Gun Anthem.
- Earlier in the LP, he shoots down another helicopter with nothing but a handgun and a metric ton of exploding bullets. In a matter of seconds.
- Chip editing in the No More Heroes whispery robot intros for the second game.
- Mission J. Frog going out like a hero against Volgin.
- In the finale of the Metal Gear Solid 3 LP, Snake is getting his ass torn up and handed to him by the Boss while Chip tries to use conventional methods to take her down. Cue "Snake Eater", some Theme Music Power-Up, and Snake fully embracing his inner eccentric jungle man, donning a monkey mask, successfully countering The Boss's mad CQC skills with epic Dope Slaps and rolling tackles. He finishes her off by resurrecting Mission J. Frog, their greatest ally, as a distraction and smacking her with empty pistol magazines, before taking her out.
Chip: No, seriously, I'm doing this on purpose. For when the music starts.
Ironicus: Suuure you are.
Chip: No, I honestly did, right here, at the five-minute mark.
Chip: Nonononono. Conventional methods don't work. What should I use...Monkey mask!
Ironicus: [starts laughing]
Chip: You didn't believe me!
- At the climax of Killer7:
Chip: Mask might not be able to kill him, but I'll kill the framerate!
- Chip managed to beat No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle all the way through without dying. Especially impressive considering the amount of Nintendo Hard in the final boss, in which he was really expecting to not be able to get through in one try.
- The entirety of the first boss battle in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, which involves Ironicus squealing in joy at the game, and Chip completely curbstomping RAY.
- Later followed by Chip curbstomping Blade Wolf. And the Hammerhead. And every single other enemy. Chip turns that game inside-out.
- During a follow-up video to the final part of the main campaign, Chip mentions that he fought the final boss five separate times, all of which were No-damage runs for at least the final phase, just to get the music cues he wanted for certain events. One example of many of just how much he strives for quality.
- And then he did it again (Five times, over an hour and a half's work) for Armstrong's fight against Sam in the Jetstream DLC.
- Iwazaru somehow managing to kill a Heaven Smile in Killer7.
- Not to mention Chip easily curb-stomping Ayame Blackburn, to the point that he has to remind the audience that she's supposed to be a really hard boss.
- Chip's much-awaited video for the first real boss fight of The Wonderful 101? It has a live studio audience.
- When he finishes off Laambo, he remarks that the scene syncs up perfectly with Rules of Nature. He wasn't kidding.
- Hideki Kamiya, the creator of the game (as well as many others, including Viewtiful Joe, which Ironicus loves), even retweeted their LP. The man who made the game endorsed them.
- Well he just responded to the tweet which is probably as close as you'll get to endorsement from Kamiya
- Chip's skill in editing let's plays actually got him a job at Volition. Now he hosts streams for them every Thursday, and even gets paid to do this.