When he plays Train Simulator 2012, there is one point where the train derails because he was going too fast. Except instead of simply running off the rails, it goes soaring through the air as if he hit a nuclear bomb. LGR's reaction is simply priceless.
His review of "Sims 3: Katy Perry Sweet Treats" is chock-full of these. He absolutely slaughters the game with a barrage of insults, one-liners, and comparisons to diabetes. Highlights include locking furniture and Sims wearing clothing from the stuff pack in a room, setting the room on fire, and dubbing it the "Katy Perry Sweet Treats House of Pain", and ending the video by eating the pack's cover art, something he regretted later on when it turned out the pack was discontinued and for awhile, went for $40 for a used copy on eBay.
During his look at the Adlib sound card, he goes through all the box contents and notices a thank-you letter from the president of the company. He paraphrases it as "Thank you, you're awesome for buying our stuff, don't buy Creative."
LGR Plays Barbie Super Sports. No amount of description can do the whole thing justice, but just to give a few highlights — there is the Most Annoying Sound of "Press the X button" every single time you move to another option, and, as mentioned on the main page, the water fountain incident. He finds a water fountain in the store that does absolutely nothing except...well, give water. No rhyme or reason. He breaks out laughing hysterically over the sheer pointlessness.
LGR's reaction to one of the playable characters, or "vaguely human polygons with a slew of serious medical conditions", in his review of Extreme Boards And Blades. The sad music that plays as he says this helps makes the joke work:
LGR:(screen zooms in on the player) Oh my word, what happened to your head? I am so sorry.
His review of this game is really humorous, containing plenty of jokes describing how terrible it is. He even points out some of the worst bugs that it has. One of the best jokes in this video is his reaction to the fact that this game has a sequel.
LGR's review of Boards and Blades 2 isn't as funny as his review of the prequel, but is still amusing none the less.
The review starts off with more well-deserved insults towards the previous game. He also jokes that the playable characters were arrested for being a part of the previous game, which he counts as a felony.
LGR's reaction to the boxart of Tongue of the Fatman.
In the playthrough of the Early Access game Besiege, he builds several contraptions that explode or otherwise fail seconds after starting, some of which still manage to destroy the target anyway!
In his review of the MSX2, he complains about his particular model's subpar keyboard, then says that the indentation under it makes up for it by being a good place to hold Smarties.
He says that despite the numerous versions of Carmen Sandiego for different computer models, he's going to play the Apple II version. Why? "Because tiny clothespins, that's why!" The video cuts from the Carmen Sandiego box to him opening and closing a tiny clothespin in each hand.
His reaction to how utterly patriotic the box art for Liberty Or Death is, to the point of wanting to add some props to make it even ''more'' patriotic. Cue the game box with two sparklers sticking out of the sides, sitting on a table with a bust of George Washington, a cheeseburger, an apple pie and a gun.
During his review of Super Noah's Ark 3D he starts off confused as to whether the game is called "Super Noah's Ark 3D" or "Super 3D Noah's Ark" because of the logo being rather confusing. He then goes on to continuously butcher the name more and more until it becomes "3D Super 3D Noah's of 3D Ark 3D."
His review of The Adventures of Ninja Nanny has to be seen to be believed. The game is filled with obnoxious MIDIs and sound effects, pointless AVI files (that donít even open in the game itself, just in the Windows player), MS Paint quality graphics and utterly fails to teach you anything despite it passing off as an edutainment title. LGR's reaction to everything that happens in the game is pure gold. To top if off after reviewing the game he went outside to get way from the computer, with the game in hand commenting on how it's "the worst and most brilliant thing he ever played".
The intro shows Clint unlocking a case that contained his copy of the game.
Clint: There are some games you just don't want out there in the open in case someone accidentally plays it, gets hurt, and their destiny is forever altered.
For a bit of absurd humor, LGR tested a wrist rest that just so happened to be shaped after a piece of bread. Many commenters on the video stated their disappointment that he did not compare how an actual piece of bread compares to the fake bread wrist rest. He released a follow-up video that did just that. And, he finds the real bread to be the better wrist rest!
Towards the end of his Disney Sound Source video, Clint shows off how the speaker can be set up manually, by playing Duke Nukem 3D. He comments the irony of hearing the sounds of sex and violence coming from a speaker with a Hidden Mickey etched into it.
In Opening Yet More Stuff You Sent Me, Clint opens a rather large package from a viewer named Kenneth. The package contains a lot of cushioning protecting a small, white paper packet. The packet contains a single packing peanut.
His review of Read-A-Rama and Spell-A-Rama. Think of the games as the aforementioned Ninja Nanny except even worse. Both games has really off-putting artwork and character design that makes the ones in Ninja Nanny easier on the eyes, really awful voice acting and really poor educational elements. The most surprisingly thing is that both of these games were distributed by Maxis of all companies. Given to LGR's feelings on the games, he's glad that they're forgotten and they haven't been advertised at all. Until later when he found out otherwise, much to his disappointment.
All of the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen game videos with Pushing Up Roses. Special mention to the moment in "Crush Course" where, during a poor rhythm minigame in which you audition for the cheerleading squad, two members of a marching band randomly march past in the background.