Remember "Nick Arcade"?
A blast of video game's past.
You guys remember this show? It was so awesome back in the day...
That sound wave sure was deadly! xD
Why is it Team Aryan vs Team Minority?
This makes me wished I watched television as a kid.
Vancouver actually. The show was filmed in Ontario though right? I always wished I could be a contestant ;_;
hells yeah i do! I remember the most of the kids who played it were really bad. like how hard is chuck rock ahahahahahaha insta-classic!
This show was amazing in it's time. 90's kids were too young to remember this when it was in it's heyday.
Never heard of this show... looks like a cheesy game show... and not surprised... it is cheesy oh well. Now if only Maximilian Pegasus was in the audience....
did i just watch that entire episode?
Nick Arcade was great! The contestants weren't the best at video games, but I liked seeing "new" games that I hadn't played on the show. Mikey's Going Down!
King of the Monsters? Super R-Type? Snow Brothers? These were all very real games. The "coin flip" to go first is just another version of Pong, and I don't think Nickelodeon had the ability to get the rights to get some of the big named franchises for the final round green-screen room.
OMG.....*head explodes from nostalgia overload!!!!*
I loved this show as a kid! Come on, cheesy though it may be (it's god-damn-Nickelodeon!), this was our version of watching YouTube clips of video games.
Umm some ofthese games are real! king of the monsters is an snk classic.
Haha yeah that was the shit! I remember mailing them tons of letters because they'd read a viewer letter and who's ever it was got a free game sent to them. Never won though :(
It's funny they said you could win a trip to Universal Studios Orlando because that's exactly where they were to shoot the show.
Wow what a great show..., never had anything like that in my youth :(
haha! yeah, I'm guessing you're from Ontario right? I thought I'd be the only one here to have watched this :)
I'm guessing you guys never had Video & Arcade Top Ten down in the US? Now THAT show was awesome. They competed by playing ACTUAL video games and not random made up ones just for the sake of a gameshow.
Nick Gas was the greatest thing that ever happened to me. I never watched anything else.
A staple of my childhood, however awful it may have been.
My strongest memory of this show was the fact that it introduced me to King of the Monsters.