The Nintoaster (technically, the Nintoaster II) is a unique modified video game console owned by the Nerd which was given to him by Richard Daluz. It is a chrome household toaster fitted with the body parts of a Nintendo Entertainment System, allowing it to play NES games. When not in use, it has a cartridge port protector shaped like a slice of bread, which the Nerd is shown taking out and throwing aside in some of his reviews. Daluz and his creation were first mentioned in Part 2 of the Nerd's Atari Jaguar review, and he is mentioned to have made several other devices such as the Super GeNinTari, a hybrid of an NES, an SNES, a Sega Genesis, and an Atari 2600. In that review, the Nintoaster shown was a different design, made from a solid white toaster with a curvier build.
In the teaser before the theme song, the Nerd selects Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! and puts it in the Nintoaster. When the title screen for the game appears, the Nerd tells the viewers that the console does indeed work.
Back to the Future ReRevisited
Humorously, in the Back to the Future ReRevisited episode the Nerd mutters to himself how familiar it is putting the Back to the Future games into the machine, flashing back to the original episode where he put the first game in a real toaster.
Nintendo World Championships
In the Nintendo World Championships episode, Pat the NES Punk mocks the Nintoaster by asking if the Nerd is planning on playing games or making breakfast, not wanting the expensive cartridges to be turned into "a goddamn English Muffin".
Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures and Angry Video Game Nerd 2, Assimilation
If playing on any difficulty mode except for Old School and above, touching a Nintoaster will serve as a checkpoint which instantly saves the game and has the player re spawn there if they die.