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Submission #2243: BLJ's N64 Star Fox 64 in 39:26.3

Console: Nintendo 64
Game name: Star Fox 64
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Star Fox 64 (U) [f1].v64
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Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 39:26.3
FrameCount: 141978
Re-record count: 11220
Author's real name: Bryan Lee
Author's nickname: BLJ
Submitter: BackwardLongJump
Submitted at: 2009-05-02 06:25:57
Text last edited at: 2011-12-27 06:52:54
Text last edited by: Ilari
Download: Download (14882 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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ALERTS POSSIBLY COMPROMISING MOVIE INTEGRITY:

M64 file does not begin from power-on (flags=1)

Author's comments and explanations:
Intro

Hello everyone. This is my first full-game TAS, so I decided to try my hand at Star Fox 64. I chose this game because I really liked playing it when I was younger, and I always wondered how good you could get at this game. When I saw that there was no movie for it, I immediately thought: "I could do this!" I feel really good about this run because it shows the raw game pushed to the limits without any special glitches or cheats. I hope everyone enjoys my run and that more are made in the future.


The Movie

Played on Mupen64 0.5 with Rerecording

Play

Goals

The Game

Star Fox 64 is the supposed "remake" or sequel of the original Star Fox for the SNES. You play as Fox McCloud and basically fly around in an "Arwing" shooting down enemies. You have 3 friends who accompany you on your voyages adding their "helpful" advice such as doing a barrel roll. You encounter team Star Wolf, Star Fox's rivals and many other foes. The final boss is Andross, a giant monkey head with floating hands. When defeated, he turns into mechanical set of eyes and a brain. (Not unlike Mother Brain)

This movie was made over about a week long period. The hardest part to making this movie was probably getting all the angles and aiming perfect. Many will enjoy the results because it shows this game played to the highest degree.


mmbossman: Rejecting for the reasons outlined in the discussion thread by various posters.


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