It sounds like the developer for Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe is out to make these versions of the games the best ones yet. In an interview with Dtoid, Sam Beddoes of Freakzone Games pointed out that the first game in the two-game lineup is getting a lot of revamping. That said, if you don't like the changes to mechanics and difficulty, you can still play things as they were in the original release.
"My intent is to make a game that's hard, that stays true to the kinds of scab-picking frustration that 'The Nerd' expresses so well in his videos, but I can also take criticism. When I hear that players aren't having fun with a game I made, I want to take that feedback and use it to build my skills. This new version of AVGN Adventures has a lot of improvements, both visually and technically. It's still hard. It's just hard in a more fun way, at least in my opinion. And if you liked the original level designs, you can play it that way too. Giving players options is always a good thing."