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[Tier: Vault][Notable improvement]SNES Final Fantasy VI (USA v1.0) "game end glitch" in 32:54.55 by Keylie & Kadmony.
lsnes movie (.lsmv) (date: 2015-08-15)
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Submission #4790 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #2725 (3:11:39.46)
Rating: 5.4 (7 votes)
- Uses death to save time
- Takes damage to save time
- Major skip glitch
- Final boss skip glitch
- Corrupts memory
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: RPG

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Final Fantasy VI (renamed to Final Fantasy III in North-American publication) is arguably the most famous RPG on the SNES console.

This run by Keylie and Kadmony beats the game over 2 and a half hours faster than the sketch glitch run by using a newly discovered glitch involving 52 game overs in a row on the world map. For more details, we recommend reading the authors' detailed comments.

The second YouTube stream cuts most of the game overs out, only leaving the first and the last one.
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