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[Has commentary]GBA Shining Soul II (USA) in 1:12:02.43 by DarkKobold.
VBA movie (.vbm) (date: 2010-09-20)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (size: 129.57 MB, length: 1:19:11)
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Submission #2833 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #1557 (1:30:01.18)
Rating: 6.4 (12 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: RPG
Shining Soul II is the last 'Shining' title to reach American shores, and the author's 5th 'Shining' TAS on the site. Unlike some previous games in the series, this game and its prequel play more like traditional Action-RPGs. This game, like its prequel, allows the player to pick a character type. In this run, the character chosen was a ninja, for his ability to use speed magic.

The author uses a glitch to dupe power wines and bombs, the former massively increasing his attack strength, and the latter making the run look more like Bomberman than a 'Shining' game!

This run is 17:58.75 faster than his previous Shining Soul II publication due to some very impressive manipulation to slaughter bosses in mere seconds. It is recommended that you read the authors comments for more information about the run and the game.

There is also a humorous commentary (dead link) by the author and a couple of guests.
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