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Submission #4245: Spikestuff's PSX Crash Bandicoot "Password, 100%" in 00:21.65

Console: Sony PlayStation
Game name: Crash Bandicoot
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Crash Bandicoot [SCUS-94900].bin
Branch: Password, 100%
Emulator: PCSX-RR v0.1.3
Movie length: 00:21.65
FrameCount: 1299
Re-record count: (unknown)
Author's real name: Adam Stamatakos
Author's nickname: Spikestuff
Submitter: Spikestuff
Submitted at: 2014-04-01 05:06:18
Text last edited at: 2014-04-05 15:41:15
Text last edited by: Spikestuff
Download: Download (331 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
Okay, we're going to be a bit serious about this for an April Fools submission.

(Link to video)

Now, I know this is violating the rules it's using a password but this is a day to actually pass off information.

Back in the day just under 2 years ago this was created, at the time it was quite obviously that it can be improved upon... which it was.

Fast forward to today and I thought I didn't completely optimize all my inputs on that file... so I thought today would be the perfect day to completely fix it.

If you're questioning why there isn't a PSXjin version of this... there is, it is 1 frame slower compared to pcsx-rr.

If you're going to state you didn't fight Cortex.
I was actually meant to save Tawna Bandicoot. sighs But for the sake of a Password% you just put the password in and that's all.

This TAS is to prevent any troll Crash 1 submissions using the password (to an extent) Always stating this is faster.
If you ever see a PAL disprove it. Especially if it is a PAL TAS using the NTSC bios.

That is all, thanks for your time.

feos: Judging...

Spikestuff: Canceling. April Fools. Blah.

feos: Rejecting!!! Because I don't like muffins!

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