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Submission #2843: FVDTSUYOSA's FDS Super Mario Bros. 2(J) "Warpless" in 21:26.92

Console: Famicom Disk System
Game name: Super Mario Bros. 2(J)
Game version: JPN,r0
ROM filename: Super Mario Bros. 2(J).fds
Branch: Warpless
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 21:26.92
FrameCount: 77215
Re-record count: 69
Author's real name: HoshinoWatsuhaika
Author's nickname: FVDTSUYOSA
Submitter: FVDTSUYOSA
Submitted at: 2010-09-18 03:49:50
Text last edited at: 2011-12-04 21:16:25
Text last edited by: Ilari
Download: Download (6015 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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How do you do! My username is FVDTsuyosa. I am a pupil in PRC. I tried to make a movie on TASVideos. SMB2J_Warpless, I used a mushroom in 1-1. I also beated Bowser Koopas in every Castle. However, my English is not very good. I don't know how to introduction. I have a network friends on Baidu. He's HappyLee. He's very powerful on Super Mario Bros.TAS. He has many submissions on TAS of Super Mario Bros.

     This is my first movie on TAS. Hope you like it~!

Critical five: Added Dailymotion module.


mmbossman: Claiming for judging over the weekend. I've taken a look at this submission, compared it with the currently published SNES run, and come to 3 conclusions: 1) This run lacks a lot of the content that the currently published run does; 2) The only new content that this run adds when compared to the published run is the flagpole glitch and a couple different walking through wall locations (which make up a very small percentage of the movie); and 3) The stylistic choices in this run are neutral to slightly worse than that of the current run (I particularly don't like the repetitive jumping while facing backwards, except in the stages with flying fish). Considering this, I think it's obvious that this run shouldn't obsolete the SNES version, and I also don't believe it provides enough unique content to warrant a separate category for SMB2(J), so I'm setting this to 'rejected'.

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