The Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie
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When it comes to video games, the internet has comments that are not only full of hatred but also bile spewing. It is without doubt that most internet users are guilty when it comes to hate speech. The Angry Video Game Nerd is one of the most well-known makers of video game comment on the internet. He is a character creator of the famous film-maker James Rolfe.
Rolfe became famous because of his offensiveness-laden attacks about the worst classic games pushed in the orifice of a game console. In fact, he has built up his fans through his channel on YouTube and his outfits that have been inspired from his local game production with the aim of reviewing the undoubted worst video game ever in the market. Together with his crew, he has been able to achieve their objective and this is now heading to Dallas.
The announcement of the movie screening tours was done on Rolfe's productions website. The screening tour includes Magnolia theatre on August 7. However, the screening is already sold out. On the other hand, on July 21, strings of screenings will be opened with an official premier in Los Angeles at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre. This will be followed by a board and screening at San Diego Comic-con on July 24.
The movie features Rolfe as his main character who gets into a classic quest to review Atari 2600 video game, a legendary creator of making bad games.
In 1982, the game was hastily produced to make it coincide with the release of famous family movie by Steven Spielberg whose story revolves around a boy who becomes friends with a gorgeous alien deserted on earth.
A lot of money was spent on getting a license for Atari. With only three programmers and little time to complete the game, the result was terrible and the game sold badly. According to a rumour, Atari shipped fourteen truckloads of E.T cartridges that were unsold to New Mexico landfill so as to bury its mistake.
It has also been confirmed by a crew of excavators that the rumor was actually true through digging up some part of the landfill. They were able to find more than one thousand copies of it, of which some still functioned.