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[Fastest Completion]SNES Hagane: The Final Conflict (JPN) "warp glitch" in 03:49.99 by Sniq.
lsnes movie (.lsmv) (date: 2021-08-25)
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Submission #7182 — Author's comments
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Rating: 7.9 (3 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Major skip glitch
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform
Hagane: The Final Conflict is a 1994 action-platform video game developed by CAProduction and published by Red Entertainment and Hudson for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The player takes on the role of a ninja cyborg named Hagane on his path to take revenge on an opposing ninja faction. The game combines traditional Japanese ninja and samurai aesthetics with a futuristic setting. The player has a wide variety of weapons, moves, and attacks at their disposal to defeat enemies and progress through the game.

In this run, Sniq uses a hidden warp room found in 2-2 that would normally be accessed using a NTSC-J exclusive config menu code, but instead through the use of screen clipping to access the game's final level.

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