Angry Joe's review of Red Dead Redemption is chock-full of them, but one's favorite was when he said that the game offers Poker and the video cut to him, another man, and a Saloon Gal playing poker, to the tune of Lady Gaga 's Poker Face.
There's also the part where "The Bad" shoots down different versions of Angry Joe. I always choke on this one:
Mexican!Joe: *Head pops up from the bottom of the screen, looks around confused* Oya, que passo!? *Is shot* OYAAA!!!
His ENTIRE review of Sonic Free Riders, starting right out of the chute with Joe breaking whatever fourth wall exists on his show when someone off-screen starts to stand up and Joe immediately orders them to sit back down and listen to him rant about the game.
Joe: "Well, the two player's an abomination unto Goood, Our Lord, and may He have mercy on the souls involved with the creation of this game!"
Subtitles: For they know not what they do!
His complaint about the way the game has you hold hands with your opponent during any two player racing. Cut to Joe and his girlfriend playing, and in the middle of trying to duck and weave, she and Joe slam their heads together.
Joe: "F*ck, woman that's like the sixth time!"
On the menu screen, of all things:
Joe: "It's like the developers of Sonic Free Riders—(pulls out a piece of paper)—didn't get the f@#$ing memo on how to create a menu with Kinect! That or they did get the memo, and they just took it and WIPED THEIR FUCKING ASS WITH IT AND THEN JUST THREW IT IN OUR FACE! (does just that).
Joe: "'But Joe! They created voice commands on the menu!' OH, REALLY, FOOL?!? Well, maybe YOU can tell ME why THEY require US to say the name of the button but then don't even display the NAMES OF THE F@#$ING BUTTONS ON THE MENU UNTIL YOU HAVE IT SELECTED!!!"
On the gameplay itself:
Joe: "You know what they should do? They should add a mode to the game where you actually control the velocity and direction of your throw-up, because that is what you're gonna do after you play a few matches."
Joe: "My-my eyebrows are sweating; I F@#$ING HATE when my eyebrows sweat!"
From the Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Joe continuously wonders why so much content got cut from the game. Each time, cue Corp Commander shruggingly commanding, "Don't need it."
Also from that review, Joe is downright confused about some of the choices in the cast line up.
Corporate Commander: Hmmm, who can be in the new Marvel vs. Capcom lineup? Um, I know! MODOK! I love MODOK! ...What? Put him in anyway!
His Darkspawn routine during the Dragon Age II review. All of it pretty good but especially:
Who shall lead the blight back to glory? Will it be Carl, the Archdemon's brother? Or will it be Stan, that guy down the street who once stole candy from a baby?
Hawke's Hidden Romance scene at the end.
During his Home Front review, aside from mocking the Acceptable Breaks from Reality and Willing Suspension of Disbelief the game is trying to push on the player, he mentions that flashpoints around the world as battles would make the game better, including stressing for some kind of battle—ANY kind of battle—at the DMZ. What idea does he offer? A DANCE BATTLE!
EFF YO' BORDER!
The Man vs. Wild game. Joe runs from a swarm of bees—right into an alligator. Which proceeds to eat him.
Better yet, it happens TWICE. In a row.
Also Other Joe trying in vain to catch a running deer.
Just the way he says this quote in his Thor video game review:
Joe: Comparing God of War to the God Of Thunder is like comparing the delicious and best cereal ever, FRUITY PEBBLES [holds up a box of Fruity Pebbles] to the off brand [holds up a knockoff brand called "Fruit Rageous"] tastes like cardboard and assFruitrageous! They aren't even on the same plane!
His description of the video game adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
Hagrid: Yer a wizard, Harry!
*cut to credits*
Joe did a bid once where he parodied the famous scene from Ghost Busters—the moment when the Busters come to the peak of the possessed skyscraper and the ghost asks if they're gods. Joe says yes, but the scene continues as if he'd told her no—with the ghost woman killing them. He protests, shouting that he said that he was a god.
Joe and Tons Of Fun in the Left 4 Dead review, arguing over who gets to protect and then repopulate the planet with Emmers, who's actually fighting the zombies.
The beginning to his Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Angry Rant where he realizes that people would blame the game's creation on him and goes to beat the tar out of Corporate Commander for ruining his name.
*cut to a clip of Sinestro whipping and insulting an alien*
Joe: ... when, when he was a good guy!
*cut to the same clip ... with a green filter*
In his Fruit Ninja Kinect review, Joe, dressed as Ermac, slicing a Watermelon in half with a Katana. While staying completely in character
It gets even better in the bloopers at the end of the video, he attempts to cut it some more, but fails, resulting in the blade getting stuck, and Joe falling over. Not only that, but it turns out he managed to make a small cut in the table used for the take.
Ermac!Joe and Other Joe playing two player mode in which Ermac!Joe randomly decides to chop Other Joe in the chest and face, knocking him onto the floor. Even funnier when Joe attempts to do a roundhouse kick and only causes himself to fall on the floor.
Joe pauses for half a second after chopping the watermelon in half. It's as if, under that mask, he was thinking, "Damn, did I really chop that watermelon in half?" I find that funny, somehow.
In his first video about Skyrim he tries to get his friend Jacob to come over and do the LP but he refuses because he's too busy playing Skyrim.
Joe attacking Corporate Commander in the Skyrim review. At first, it looks like Joe has become a badass Skyrim warrior, and is about to unleash a Curb-Stomp Battle upon Corporate Commander... Then it's shown that Joe played Skyrim for so long he went insane and made a tinfoil helmet and a broom spear, which he wails away with to ass-all effect.
From the same review, his suspicions that Bethesda has a prisoner fetish. Cue the dancing monks!
Joe and Amanda play Saints Row The Third, they do a mission where they've been drugged and stripped naked. Then Amanda finds one of the dildo bats.
Everything about the dildo in the actual Saints Row The Third review. Angry Joe calls a sex shop asking about "big purple ones", they drive to the shop and he orders Other Joe to go in and buy it, then Other Joe shoves it into the shot during the review.
Other Joe whacking Angry Joe in the back of the head with it in the middle of the review, causing Angry Joe to corpse.
(Unhappy face.) Look at my face. Does this look like a face that about to have fun to you? NO!We're not about to have fun here! We're about to do a lot of yelling. So, turn down your speakers. These are the worst games of 2012!
From the same review, there's Joe's Redneck impersonation. Special props for having him react to an Invisible Wall ("Wat da hell is this?! In the FOREST?!?!You gotta be kiddin' me! What the... That's crazy!"), and his rant at the start, when he claims that, because he isn't a redneck, there's no way he should be playing a game clearly designed for that market. Cut to...
From the same review, there's Joe dressing up as a little girl. That's not the funny part... in fact, it's rather disturbing. (Perhaps a "funny" disturbing, but still disturbing.) The real joke is at the end of the video, where Elizabeth looks on, making the same exact "Da hell?!?! Uh...no seriously, what the hell?" face YOU probably were while you were watching that scene.
Again, many may find it more disturbing than funny, but the fact that the shot of Joe dressed up like a little girl being right after an incredibly well edited scene makes this a hilarious case of Mood Whiplash.
The Star Trek review has him hilariously mocking Kirk's elasticity during a particularly funny death.
He opens his review of Metro Last Light describing the bleak post-apocalyptic environment but interrupting it with the fact there's strippers and nudity, launching into a dubstep-fueled segment cutting between the in-game stripper and Joe gyrating his crotch to the camera.
Spoony's cameo in the review of Aliens Colonial Marines, in which he gradually descends into screaming Angrish over the course of the video, due to the game's revelation that Corporal Hicks didn't really die after all.
Actually, Spoony dismissed the revelation that Hicks is still alive with a light, dismissive "Bullshit." He only descends into screaming Angrish when Joe reveals that the characters don't even try to rescue the other Marines stranded on the planet ("so much for 'Never leave a Marine behind'"), shows how the actual game went backwards from what was touted in the hyped-up demo, and ultimately, how the game was a total trainwreck compared to what it initially promised.
Also noteworthy that he says the worst thing about the game is that it works, meaning you can't use glitches or broken gameplay as an excuse to stop, so he calls it a legal means of torture.
In his reviews of Saints Row The Third and Saints Row IV, he portrays a rapper named the Notorious J.O.E. (formerly the Notorious An-gar-ee), whose poorly written music consists mainly of him repeating the song title over and over. His songs include "Wipe Dat Ass Ho", "Gimme Dem Big Ass Titty", and the triple-platinum hit "Drop That Dookie". If you thought that was hilarious, wait until you see him as the president.
Deadpool's appearance in Joe's review of the Deadpool game. The highlight is when he gets mad at Joe's rating of the game and tries to kill him, accusing Joe of giving hack and slash games 7 and giving Call of Duty a 9.5. Joe points out that he never even reviewed Call of Duty, but Deadpool exclaims "Yes you did. Some guy on the internet said you did and the internet is always right!"
The Total War: Rome II review. All of it. Some highlights:
Mocking the insanely incompetent AI
Showing the AI running around in circles set to Gangam Style at 19:20
Before that, showing the AI making multiple charges and then turning around before actually clashing with Joe's army.
The ship sailing sideways
"Capture the flag! Just like in 200 BC!"
All the cuts to an interview with a game designer and game previews, and then cuts back to the actual game. Joe doesn't even need to add anything.
Eventually he stops cutting back to the game and starts cutting to The Fox by Yvlis.
Joff, tchoff, tchoff, tchoff, tcho, tcho, tcho!
The opening to the Dragon Commander review... just... the opening.