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Emulator used: fceu-0.98.12-blip.win

- Aims for fastest completion
- Abuses programming errors
- Manipulates Luck
- No deaths / No damage

Ok why is this 1:15 faster than the other submission?
Firstly, fceu with frame advance for minor optimizations.
Secondly, improved fighting, new strategies and techniques to deal as much damage as fast as possible to the bosses.
Thirdly, its possible to skip about 40 frames on every exit by jumping on it at the exact frame (as opposed to enterring it on the earliest frame possible). There are 31 exits on the game, so about 20 seconds were saved because of the exits manipulation.

Highlights:
- Acrobatic movement
- Precise power shots
- Varied movement

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This is one of the few movies that effectively uses wobbling :P I have fond memories of this game, and seeing it dominated so quickly is a sight to see. This is an easy yes vote from me.
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Well played. I used to play this game with a friend and I can tell you that it's pretty hard. The acrobatic stunts are particularly fun. Beating a game this long in this little time is quite a feat, especially when it beats the existing time by over a minute. How could it not be a Yes vote?
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Obsoletion... Nicely Played... Yes Vote..
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I suppose since it's better than the existing video it should be published ... unless getting rid of the already published video is an option. I've watched this movie twice now just to justify my no vote, and I can't see why anyone in their right mind would want to play this game. It's somehow more boring and pointless than SNES Prince of Persia. (To me.) Sorry FODA :/ .
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personally, i find it a good game, its just too hard but i agree, there's no reason to not come to a veredict. its faster than current video, accept or cancel everything, it seems simple to me. off-topic: what exactly in your mind makes the SNES version of prince of persia worse than the other ones?????? its clearly the best there is.
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xebra wrote:
I can't see why anyone in their right mind would want to play this game
It's fine if you don't like the game, but don't no because of it. I thought it was pretty good, so it gets a Yes vote from me.
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It's a minute faster than the published run, and no one has identified any fault with it. I see no reason for it not to be published. And I would like to mention that I, and another human, played this game for hours on a real console, and I can see why someone in their right mind would wish to play it. It's hard, and the acrobatics are fun. Right away it has more appeal than several dozen other games. This game won't make the hall of fame, but it doesn't suck... and there were a LOT of NES games that sucked. Unless a very strong argument can be made to override the voting of the dozens of people who got the first run published, I see no reason not to publish the run that beats it by a minute immediately. P.S. If you think about it, it's kind of insulting when someone suggests that a published run should be unpublished. If a large enough number of people voted Yes to get it published, it would be downright undemocratic to suggest that their wishes should be overturned. I mean, unless everyone who voted is a moron.
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This movie has been published. The posts before this message apply to the submission, and posts after this message apply to the published movie. ---- [369] NES Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight by nesrocks in 17:39.98
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HD was done until this 2010 passed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-dkA5CQMbQ I was in time, yay!
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I don't think you intended there to be an empty line before the second and third subtitles. First one is fine.
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Redone YouTube encode: Link to video