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[Tier: Moons][Fastest Completion][Has commentary]GB Last Action Hero (USA/Europe) in 11:31.26 by TehBerral.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2014-09-16)
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- Genre: Platform

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Last Action Hero is a platform game based on the film of the same name. Action hero Jack Slater must make his way through each stage while collecting movie tickets and beating up any bad guys who stand in his way.

The game includes two driving stages in which tickets are found floating above the road and by ramming enemy cars. A speed booster can also be picked up to allow Jack to finish the stage faster.

In this run, TehBerral utilizes Jack's powerful roundhouse kick as well as some luck manipulation to beat the game in eleven and a half minutes.

The primary downloadable (HQ) encode has the author's commentary as soft subtitles.
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