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[Tier: Vault]NES Nightshade (USA) in 08:53.12 by Maximus.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2006-03-20)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (size: 8.31 MB, length: 11:42)
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Rating: 5.1 (9 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Adventure
- Genre: Fighting

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Welcome to Metro City! The intro of this game promptly starts with the murder of Metro City's hero, Vortex. The need has arisen for a new hero: Nightshade - a guy in a trench coat!

In this game, guide Nightshade through Metro City to build popularity, fight rats, gentlemen, and female ninjas, and-most importantly-museum statues.

This run by Maximus speeds through the game as fast as Nightshade is able, ignoring lesser goals such as the museum items, saving a kitty, or checking out the women's dressing room.

Unfortunately, the only escape from a deathtrap seen in this run is the deathtrap in which Nightshade finds himself at the beginning. However, one of the highlights of this game that can be enjoyed in this run is the hilarious dialog, such as being threatened by the legalization of wooden nickels.

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