The Nerd is about to enjoy playing the NES Pac-Man, only to discover that it contains game glitches. He tries to blow the dust out of it and even try playing it on different NES consoles, ... See full summary »

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The Nerd is about to enjoy playing the NES Pac-Man, only to discover that it contains game glitches. He tries to blow the dust out of it and even try playing it on different NES consoles, but nothing worked. When this sort of thing happens, the Nerd knows it's the work of the Glitch Gremlin. A tiny little gremlin who is the main cause of all game glitches. Upon trying to get rid of the gremlin, the Nerd discusses several games that contain glitches after being released in public. These glitches can make the games more interesting or make them a lot more helpful upon playing. Written by J LeGault

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7 July 2010 (USA)  »

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The Glitch Gremlin's red vest is James Rolfe's old work attire from when he used to work at K-Mart. See more »

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The Angry Video Game Nerd: I wonder if the Glitch Gremlin made a deal with game companies to sell you all kinds of cleaning devices that you don't need. I mean, would you really need this to clean out a game? It's just as good for cleaning out your ass!
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