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Submission #2375: Mvpetri's Genesis B.O.B. in 58:08.4

Console: Sega Genesis
Game name: B.O.B.
Game version: USA/Europe
ROM filename: B.O.B (UEJ) [!].gmv
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Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 58:08.4
FrameCount: 209304
Re-record count: 5960
Author's real name: Marcos Vinícius Petri
Author's nickname: Mvpetri
Submitter: mvpetri
Submitted at: 2009-08-15 04:39:05
Text last edited at: 2012-06-12 17:26:22
Text last edited by: Guga
Download: Download (19692 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
This is my first submission. I didn't created a topic in the forum before this because my english sucks, but I read all that I need to make this TAS. Being my first TAS, it wasn't a perfect run. The game is so damm long and because of this in some levels i had to go back on the map, especially in the final stages when the REMO's ran out.

A little description:

Game description: You're a teenager robot who is going to date a pretty robo-girl when your car broke. You fall at a unknown world and start to shot anyone who dare to move. Sometimes you ride a pretty annoying ship, just to see your girl, or fight with evil bosses.

Oh, just a thing. Already has a B.O.B speedrun, made in 2005 by Windeu. He made a wonderful tas! He chose a SNES version, and I chose the genesis one. I think the genesis version has a better physics. My version is 16min 4sec faster. I think it is because I took dmg.

Well, it was a little bit hard to make this speedrun. In part because is my first tas. I don't know so much good techniques, scripts... Only after a few levels I started to make backups! I done a few mistakes, like shot the nothing, but I tried to minimize them.

I hope you enjoy! I'll be grateful if you make a comment of any kind.

Regards; Mvpetri


adelikat: While it seems to be a big improvement over the published movie, this movie is apparently quite improvable.

Rejecting for poor audience response. Many suggestions for improvement were given in the discussion. Good luck, I hope you try to improve this further.


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