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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 768d ago | preview

Dr. David's Indie Spotlight - E3 2013: Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures - GameZone

GameZone: " Right from the get-go it's easy to see that this is a true representation of the Nerd in video game form. I died about 20 seconds (more like 11 seconds) into the preview build of AVGN Adventures, and I immediately witnessed the Nerd spouting off in true foul-mouthed fashion. Every time he dies in the game, he'll make a different derogatory remark toward the game itself. The Nerd knows that he's in a video game, but just because he's the star of this project doesn't mean he's going easy on it." (3DS, Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures, E3, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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