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NC17 Productions is a video game reviewer on YouTube. He started in 2007, and made reviews for over six years, before moving on to Let's Plays in 2013 and outright retiring in 2016. The name he liked to use for a while was "Kenny", until he revealed his real name, "Chris". His reviewing style was very similar to The Angry Video Game Nerd's, full of dirty language, especially the word "fuck".

His website can be found here

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  • Be Careful What You Wish For: He thinks the slogan is true in the case of Jaws, because when you wish for a Licensed Game, it leads to The Problem with Licensed Games.
  • Caustic Critic: He can't go a minute without saying a swear.
  • Cool Shades: At the end of his Totally Rad review, he gets distracted by his shades, which stops him from shooting the game for two minutes.
    NC17: Man, I look really good in these shades... I'm... Holy fuck, I'm totally ra... Fuck!
  • Lame Pun Reaction: In his review of Normys Beach Babe O Rama, he says that the creators thought replacing "U" with a "W" in "PAUSED" would be funny, except that it's actually stupid.
  • Mood-Swinger: In his Dynamite Headdy review, he can't decide if he loves the game or hates it.
  • Rage Quit: He ragequits after getting frustrated with the third boss in Dynamite Headdy.
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  • This Is Unforgivable!: Subverted. In his City Connection review, he says he won't forgive you people for making him play that game some more... and then he says... just kidding, I love you guys.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In his Dynamite Headdy review, he thinks the way to avoid getting crushed by the third boss is to go the arrow, even though it's actually the boss's location. He doesn't learn from this mistake at all.
  • Video Game Cruelty Punishment: Not a favorite trope for him. In his City Connection review, he gets angry at the fact that driving over a cat takes a life away.
    NC17: Yeah, how logical is that? A fucking car hits a cat, the cat just floats away like a fucking balloon, and the car just stops, what the fuck?! You know, if they wanted to make this a little realistic, they should've let the car run over the goddamn cat! But a fucking cat stops a goddamn Honda? WHAT THE FUCK?!


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