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'Warp Code' glitch
January 23, 2015
9:49 am
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jrsupermoore

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What does everyone think about this guy’s feat?

http://bgr.com/2015/01/22/supe…..ecord-run/

January 23, 2015
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Well I think it’s kinda bogus because he re-wrote the game’s code to make the achievement.

I would be impressed if he were able to beat the game in 6 minutes without modifying its code.

January 24, 2015
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That’s the first time I’ve seen anything like it. The speedruns I’m familiar with are about working around game design and using glitches, but rewriting code is a whole other kettle of fish to me.

Masa, is there anything you prefer in a speedrun? I can mean either tactics or what game is being played.

January 25, 2015
11:57 am
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I like the speedruns that don’t use computer assistance to beat the game. I prefer the ones that work around the original game structure and use whatever glitches or shortcuts the game designers released the game with.

Not that I am really in the speedrun scene anyway, I prefer to savor my gameplaying sessions as if they were fine wine. laugh

January 31, 2015
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It’s not quite the same category as speed runs, but I’ve found myself playing a sports game for the 10000000th time and trying to score the most points in as short a game as possible. If I’m playing Jam I usually try to get over a 100 and keep the CPU under 10.

In the video above, the gamer gets a record in Tecmo Super Bowl (NES), but he changes the other team’s playbook to make it easy to score. Still entertaining to watch though.

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