- Medal of Honor: Doorfighter. A short but awesome song making fun of an overused gimmick and a pun on the title. What's not to love?
- "Shooter Guy" in all its Lampshade Hanging glory.
- "Call of Duty Circus" is another great one, presenting the bizarre types of Call of Duty players as members of a strange circus.
- This verse in "Friends" where he references Drax's tendency to butcher metaphors:
And when you're punching for vengeance,
- The entirety of "I am Pudge", a tuba-led ballad sung by our favorite butcher. Pudge sings of how overpowered he is, how he relishes on how everyone despises him for being too overpowered and cheap. This being overcut with footage of gamers raging about him in dota matches.
- Wigglesticks sums up the annoyance of the QTE's in the game, and it is hilarious.
- Trip to Vegas ends with the game crashing and an exaspered Gavin muttering "Goddammit, not again.".
- Joker's Song is told from the point of view of the aforementioned maniac, so there's bound to be at least one. Namely, when describing Batman, he mentions "Just his cape, and his cave, and his... meow". He then burst out laughing.
- A subtle one in I Am The Night, where one of the lines is "This riddle's just a race."
- Most of "YOU DIED!", which is a humorous ode to the infamous difficulty of Dark Souls.
Your journey, it began because YOU DIEDOut of your cell you ran and then YOU DIEDYou pause to catch your breath and die another gruesome deathSo now you creep around each corner terrifiedHumanity restored and then YOU DIEDA graveyard to explore! HA HA! DENIED!
- Giving the interview to a music-podcast he mentions that his fans are mostly located in USA and Russia. Then he says: "And Russian fans have a Miracle of Sound group in VK (Russian analogue of Facebook). They moderate it, update it, and I don't have to do anything, it's great!"
- The opening of Hell to Pay.
WARNING: This music video contains images of extreme violence, gore, metal, awesomeness, chainsaws, and a severe lack of diplomatic solutions to interpersonal conflicts. Viewer discretion is advised.