Discussion in 'Fan Town' started by Exohedron, Apr 15, 2016.
We gotta get that man some eggrolls.
And now, for something pretty much completely different.
Finished FF4 paladin% race in 23rd place with 1:05:58. Beat my pb too. For context there were around 70 of us.
Oh hey, speedrun.com finally added a page for Neverhood runs. There's only two videos on there, but it's still good to see, because I've done a lot of thinking about how to play it fast. I guess the biggest improvements in the runs would have to be in noting down the randomised combinations. Maybe it would be faster to be ambidextrous?
I'm really interested in getting into speedrunning, it's just hard because I'm in severe pain a lot of the time, and that makes it difficult to focus well enough. Planning routes is especially interesting, and I know I have the right frame of mind because I reset too much even when playing casually.
sorry for necro-ing thread but esa is happening next week and i just looked at the schedule ( https://esamarathon.com/schedule ) and how
do you speedrun
how does it take 5 hours
to get a tpk
what exactly are the rules of this someone please tell me
on an entirely different note
the first ever run of ori reverse event order one life plus
Glitches: The Category
Looks like it's not really a speedrun, more a side event to attract interest/whatever
fair, but sad
Because Half-Minute Hero isn't fast enough as is,
Manhunt speedrun: speedrun, except the game has been modded for multiplayer and there are now three other people trying to make life harder for you.
I am finding Hollow Knight challenging enough as is, trying to imagine the level of skill it takes not only to speed run competitively, but to do so with active sabotaging players
theres a like 15 minute speedrun of bugsnax and they skip almost everything except the entire ending sequence, then proceed to do that well enough to get the perfect ending because its fastest
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