Wikipedia's Evil Twin. It is racist, homophobic, and many articles contain examples of Rule 34 of that franchise.
Just don't go on there.
I'll just search Sonic the Hedgehog in Encyclopedia Dramatica, just for kicks.
OH MY GOD! EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! THAT IS THE WORST STUFF I HAVE EVER SEEN!!! EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!
A toy and video game company that was in business from 1970 to 1994. The company is best known for its poorly-made license-based video games such as Back to the Future (NES), Friday the 13th (NES), and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (NES). It was owned by MCA's Universal subsidary from 1986 until it was bought by Acclaim Entertainment in 1988.
James Rolfe, better known as the internet celebrity, the Angry Video Game Nerd, has reviewed various LJN games such as the ones listed above, plus five others.
I was going to buy Marvel's X-Men, being a fan of X-Men, but when I saw the rainbow sticker with the word LJN on it, I put it back immediately.
One of the few great games for the Nintendo Wii that wasn't licensed by Nintendo.
Directed by Suda 51, No More Heroes was originally going to be for the XBox 360, but it was later made for the Wii to make use of the motion-sensing controls.
It follows the story of an otaku and wrestling fan named Travis Touchdown who spends all his money on a beam-katana (similar to a lightsaber from Star Wars) Now broke, he meets up with a mysterious woman named Sylvia Christel, who works for the United Assassins Association (UAA) where he accepts a mission to kill the #11 assasin, Helter Skelter. Now, he works to become the #1 assassin in the UAA by killing the 10 assassins above him. After he takes out an assassin, he has to make enough money to pay the UAA to fight the next assassin.
The game is notable for its over-exaggerated blood and violence, which would make it a perfect target for Jack Thompson if he hadn't been disbarred already. So to all the parents out there, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME FOR YOUNG KIDS!!!
Personally, I consider it a very good game, though I think the open world environment didn't have much thought put into it. It would be nice to be able to talk to people, have more store options, basically make it more realistic. A multiplayer option would've also been a nice touch. Still, I highly recommend it, and to all the PS3 fanboys who believe the Wii's "kiddy" this game is quite the opposite.
If you have a Wii, but you're tired of the usual casual and party games, get No More Heroes. You'll love it.
An AVGN Nazi is a hater who specifically targets video game reviewers on YouTube. These specific haters believe that anyone who reviews games who is not the Angry Video Game Nerd is a ripoff of said reviewer. These haters flame the reviewer with hostile and/or bigoted comments, flag videos with the purpose of getting them removed, or attempt to get accounts banned.
(insert username here), don't let those AVGN Nazis get to you. If you quit YouTube, they win.
That song that Arthur hates but DW loves. It has nonsensical lyrics such as "busalooey".
I was playing Crazy Bus on some speakers, and an angry mob led by Arthur burned down my house.
A fanboy is an obsessed fan of a specific anime, video game, or some other media, often hostile to those who disagree. Anime fanboys or otaku might engage is cosplaying, writing fanfiction, or creating fanart. Other fanboys (or the female equivelant, fangirls) of other media might do similar things and also act hostile towards those who disagree.
I just got flamed by some Naruto fanboy simply because I said it was an overrated anime.
A cliche in bad movies such as A Kid in King Arthur's Court in which a female character in the first act of the movie is strong and totally independent and can kick ass but in the last part of the movie becomes weak and helpless and needs a man to save her.
Phrase comes from the Nostalgia Critic review of A Kid in King Arthur's Court.
Hmmm... that princess who knew martial arts and swordfighting and could defeat a man twice her size now can't break out of the arm lock of a man her size. She must have the dumbass in distress disorder.