Angry Video Game Nerd

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     This is The Boss’s (psphacker21) review on The Angry Video Game Nerd. AVGN is all about an angry, foul-mouthed, nerd that has nothing to do but play $h1tty video games. That’s what makes it so hilarious! These games are not like the games we play today, but retro games like NES, Atari 2600, Coleco Vision, etc. The AVGN’s name is James D. Rolfe, he also has a Wikipedia. James has reviewed many games from Castlevania: Simons Quest (NES) to The Terminator (many different platforms). His Videos are from about 15 minutes to 20 minutes, so he doesn’t skimp out. Jame’s website is updated about every two weeks. I’m pretty sure that this is his sixth year being invited to E3. James swears so much that he makes up his own swears. I cant repeat them here, but just watch some of his videos. I strongly suggest watching The Power GloveDragon’s Lair, or my favorite Deadly Towers. Please keep in mind that James swears about 50 times an episode, so this is one of the online shows that you watch when your parents aren’t around, or if your older. YouTube has some videos, but after his fourth online review on YouTube, ScrewAttack invited him to have his own section on their website and has since been employed by MTV Networks’ Since then, his videos are GameTrailers exclusives. I would advise going to Jame’s website instead of YouTube, because he has all of his videos in chronological order.

Funniness: (10/10)

Ingenuity: (9/10)

Swearing: (11/10)

Angry Nerdiness: (11/10)

Overall: (41/40) or 102.5% A must see! If you like to laugh, click on the links below.

AVGN Wikipedia

Cinemassascre(AVGN Website)


PSP M33 Review

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A PSP running on 5.00M33-6

A PSP running on 5.00M33-6



     This is psphacker21’s review on the extraordinary M33 custom firmware created by Dark_aleX. Lets start out by giving some background info on this guy (for Noobz), shall we? Dark_aleX, or his real name, Alejandro, is a Spanish programmer ,who worked on and wrote on downgraders, eLoaders, and recoveries mainly the Pandora Battery for the PlayStation Portable. Sadly, Dark_Alex is currently retired on the PSP scene for various reasons. There are even rumors that say that DAX has been employed by Sony, but John Koller ( Director, Hardware Marketing) denied this.

     So lets get back to the review.

Installation:Installing the Custom firmware is relatively easy. You need a Pandora Battery and a Magic Memory Stick. look around on google for it.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I give it a 4/5. If your a Noob, then it’ll be a little tricky.

Compatability: The latest and probably the most popular version is 5.00M33-6. It has all of the features of Sony’s Official Firmware 5.00, and more. It lets you run unsigned code from the Memory Stick, such as homebrew games, and game ISO’s and CSO’s (ripped games).

I give it a 5/5 because there are so many things available.

Stability:This is the most stable CFW that I’ve worked with. There are a lot of scenarios that could cause the PSP to brick, but if you know what you are doing, then you will be fine.

I give it a 4/5.

Overall:If you are looking for a reliable, stable, personizable CFW, then M33 is right for you.