After that is an NES game, and after that another NES game. I like how he hasn't even decided what games he's going to cover, just "an Atari game, and a couple of NES games, sure let's go with that". Nice planning Bores.
However, this is not the most interesting thing I found. I went to his channel and noticed a few changes.
I'll start on a positive note. He changed his channel description to remove that "genius mind" line, maybe he actually does listen to the thousands of people that don't like him? However, the description also says he tries to release videos once a week. Pfffthahaahahahaha. Considering there was a MONTH between that Micro Machines video and RoboCop Part 2... oh he means videos in general. I see reuploads of Neo videos and a bunch of update and contest videos. Yeah, real consistent.
The biggest change is that his website is no longer "www.y2bproductions.com" but now it's "www.irateentertainment.com". Has Bores changed his fake company? It looks like it. Though "Irate Entertainment" is just as fake.
I'll get to the website in a second, I want to bring up how under "Irate Gamer Links" where he lists his sites, his Facebook and Twitter that he rarely updates (the former of which is a hive of fanboys, I'd like to thank my informant for telling me this) and DatBoiDrew's site, a big site is gone. Where's GotGame? Have they finally called it quits? Has GotGame gotten tired of his lazy bullshit? Tired of wasting money giving him free games that he'll never review? I hope so, I don't want to see Bores at E3 again.
Now to check this "Irate Entertainment" site. We see three giant "LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME" pictures that lead to other sites. The first is Haunted Investigators (pffft, that's still going? Come on!) The picture removed Jennifer. Under that it says "YouTube's Most Popular Ghost Hunters". This is actually true as the only other ghost hunting channel I found has about 577 subscribers. Granted this isn't a popular genre of videos, and it's only "popular" because he posted the videos on a channel that's popular for video games. Not really something to be proud of Chris.
Then a link to IG's site. The picture has IG, Ronnie, the main HAL-Bot, Tony and Wise Sage. "Video Gaming with a Dash of Insanity" The video gaming part is right, there are video games. Insanity though... if your idea of insane is putting you to sleep.
And a link to an unfinished I Rate the 80s site. The picture is Bores sitting behind all his 80s crap. "Chris Rates Everything from the 80s" Everything? Oh man I can't wait for the episodes about Ayatollah Khomeini, AIDS, and the Ronald Reagan years.
Underneath all the giant pictures is a bit of text explaining who Chris Bores is.
"He has since worked at Television stations, as well as Television Programs, Documentaries, Commercials, Instructional videos, and more" Why do I sense bullshit? Can we see all these things you worked on? Also, TV stations and TV programs? Doesn't that seem redundant?
"He previously held the prestigious award of being the #55th most subscribed channel on YouTube..." Wow, that was years ago and he still grasps to that one moment. As of this post, the current 55th most subscribed is "WongFuProductions" with 926,812 subscribers. Bores is nowhere on this list since YouTube only ranks the 100 most subscribed, and #100 is "kandeejohnson" with 640,699. *looks at Chris' number* Wow, no wonder you hold on to that "honor", you'll never achieve that level.
Is "55th place" really that special though?
"... and has featured in a variety of articles and publications" PROOF?! DO YOU HAVE IT?! You know what this is? This is more of his lies. Sure, we know he's lying but what if someone who has no idea who he is stumbles across that site? They'll believe it because they don't know any better. It's more of his deception, and that's what I really find disgusting.
That's seems to be all of the big changes. But something's missing... oh! The Chris & Scottie Roadtrip is gone. Safe to say that series no more now. ... Good.
That seems to be it. Let's see how long it takes for Bores to do that "Robot War Aftermath". Good lord.