Funny / The Irate Gamer

  • "Bogus butt balls" from his Order Up review.
  • Lego Irate gamer from one of his E3 videos
  • Him dancing with those radio things in his last E3 2011 video
  • The "Party Button" in his R.O.B. the Robot review.
  • The Genie level from his Aladdin review.
    It's here that we get to jump on Genie's head, Genie's hands, and Genie's balls.
  • The ending of his Star Trek review, with the Enterprise at 'Planet Chippendales'
    "Where the hell are we? Mr. Sulu?"
  • In the Yo! Noid review:
    • The Evil Gamer trying to escape from hell using Lemmings.
    • The running gag of the Irate Gamer falsely giving the game a positive review and promoting various brand name products because he got a one million dollar endorsement check from Dominoes. It ends as soon as he sees the game's lackluster ending.
      "How could I have endorsed such a shitty game? I'm irate, dammit, and the only one I'm selling out to... (takes off shirt, revealing an "Irate Gamer" T-shirt under it) myself!"
  • The parody of National Lampoon's Vacation at the end of the Mario Is Missing/Mario's Time Machine review.
  • Although it is a stupid line, it's hard not to chuckle at it. From his Power Rangers review:
    ''Did you see that? I almost got my ass blasted off! And I need that thing for pooping."
  • Both of his Press Your Luck gags.
  • In his Star Trek, review when he attempts to make it across the trap tiles without using a pen and paper(to write down the symbols in the order they appeared in the previous room so he could cross the tiles without getting killed)
    "I don't need no stinkin' pen and paper! My mind's as a sharp as a tack!" (gets killed)
    "Well, it's at least as smart as a whip." (gets killed again)
  • Various moments in his review of Monster Party.
    • The Gamer's remark about the start of level 2:
      "This is set in the sewer, and wouldn't you know, not a Ninja Turtle in sight."
    • Moreover, the review happens when there is a Halloween party down the street and he was not even invited to it. To add insult to injury, other people who were invited to it come to his door to ask for directions to it, which makes him angrier and angrier. This happens at least three times during the review. The first time occurs at the beginning of the review:
      Gamer: ...Actually, the house you're looking for is the one down the street.
      Partygoer: Thank you, sir.
    • The second time...
      Gamer: (answering the door; slightly irritable) What?
      Partygoer: Yeah, can you tell me where the Halloween party is around here?
      Gamer: Uh, it's down the street. Can't you tell by the loud music and the people and the lights BEAMING UP INTO THE SKY??
      Partygoer: Uh, yeah, I guess that is a dead giveaway.
      Gamer: Uh, YEAH, YA THINK?
      (slams the door shut)
    • The third time...
      Gamer: (flinging open the door angrily) WHAT?
      Partygoer: (dressed like a goblin) Can you tell me where I can find a Halloween party around these here parts?
      (slams the door shut in the partygoer's face)
      Partygoer: What a dick!
  • As he is repeatedly stabbing Jaws in his Jaws for NES review, he says, "This is for Jaws 2...Jaws 3...and Superman IV! Whoops, got carried away there." The look on his face when he realizes his mistake is priceless.
  • At the end of his Castlevania review, when the Irate Gamer almost summoned Dracula by accident, he decides to add cocoa powder to the mix before Draculas body could summarize itself, which then transforms Dracula to Count Chocula.
  • In his Kool-Aid Man review:
    Irate Gamer: Now, if you fail to make Kool-Aid before the timer runs out, you'll end up getting the big, fat game over screen. And rightly so. (as the voice-over continues, it cuts to him making Kool-Aid, with a timer with five seconds remaining) Because even if you can't make Kool-Aid in real life in under 10 minutes, it's pretty much game over for you too there, pal.
    (timer runs out before he can finish making it)
    Irate Gamer: Damn it!
  • In his Super Mario Bros. 2 review:
    Irate Gamer: If this is the original Mario 2, when where the hell did our Mario 2 come from? I mean, games like this just don't appear out of thin air!
    (a copy of the game appears out of thin air in his hand, causing Chris to jump in surprise)
    Irate Gamer: (marveling at the cartridge) What the hell?
  • In his episode of "iRate the 80's" on Micro Machines, he imitates the style of the old commercials for the toys (conveniently available as a separate upload). Just one highlight is the explanation for why so many of the toys are produced...
    Announcer: Collect them all now, because there are over a billion to choose from! And we literally mean a billion to choose from, because we lost the keys to the assembly line. Yep, that's right: we can't turn the damn thing off!
  • Sure, it may be a bit of a Big-Lipped Alligator Moment, but in his Duck Hunt review:
    Irate Gamer: The game has gone through many incarnations: the standalone cartridge, the two-game cartridge, the three-game cartridge, and even the very Brady cartridge. (holds up a cartridge parodying the collage of the show's main characters as a riff from the show's theme song plays)