A fustrated man plays lousy games and points out their flaws, and usually interacts with characters from other video games.






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A fustrated man plays lousy games and points out their flaws, and usually interacts with characters from other video games.

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The Irate Gamer: For over 35 years, video games have played a vital role throughout our history, from Pac-Man to Mario to Sonic the Hedgehog. The industry has managed to produce a legacy that runs deep into our culture. As you'll see in this series, the journey from point A to point B is not as clear-cut as one would expect. And along the way, there were many hardships, rivalries, and cutthroat industry tactics that shaped the industry into what it is today. But in ...
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It's watchable..... it's not enjoyable
15 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Irate Gamer gets a lot of hate on YouTube. For good reason. He blatantly rips off the AVGN, he isn't funny, and he tries to control every square inch of his channel and videos. But, it's watchable. It's not like the Bubsy cartoon pilot, where you wonder "Why am I doing this?" 10 seconds after you turn it on. No, "The Irate Gamer" is watchable and tolerable. That being said, he isn't enjoyable. There is a HUGE difference between, "enjoyable" and "watchable". "Watchable" means it doesn't kill you the moment you turn it on. "Enjoyable" means you find worth and happiness in it. Chris Bores' show is watchable, but it's not enjoyable. So, for those of you that think he makes a good show, fine. I won't disagree with you, because there are people who think he makes a good product. But, if you are like me, or if you're trying to find opinions on who is better, watch the AVGN instead of the Irate Hack, because if you are looking for laugh-out-loud moments, you won't find any with Chris Bores.

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