Bible Games – Angry Video Game Nerd – Episode 17


The Angry Video Game Nerd (Episode 17)
Bible Games

AVGN: Bible Games (Higher Quality)

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This Christmas, let the Nerd remind you of the Christmas spirit by throwing Baby Moses down the Nile. If you think that’s weird, just hop on Noah’s Ark, where you can shoot an army of goats with sleeping pills from a slingshot. That’s right folks, there’s nothing holy about these Bible-based boatloads of sacrilege.

Released in 1991 by Wisdom Tree, Bible Adventures was a game that was so poorly put together that it wasn’t even sold at major video game retailers. The same could be said for their next title, Bible Buffet, a game as baffling as its title would suggest. And rounding out the trilogy is Super Noah’s Ark 3D, a blatant, kid-friendly knockoff of Wolfenstein 3D that was released in 1994. It’s so bad that it wasn’t even officially licensed by Nintendo!

Games this bad shouldn’t be legal, so prepare yourself for the terror that awaits you in this episode. This just might by the Christmas that kills the Nerd! So grab your strongest cup of eggnog, because this is going to be a long one.

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Episode notes by Mike:
– In episode 17 AVGN reviews a variety of bible themed games including Bible Buffet (NES), Bible Adventures (NES), Super 3D Noah’s Ark (SNES) and others.
– Kyle Justin recorded a parody of “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” for this episode.

– There are two sequels to this episode. Bible Games 2 (2008) and Bible Games 3 (2011)

– Episodes 18 & 19 are available to watch on Cinemassacre here

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