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Flossy wrote:
For those of you that tas this game, what is your primary method of input? I used the tas input tool and found it to be rather unwieldy.
I actually use a gamecube controller connected to my computer, but many people use the tas input. I just work quicker and more efficiently with the controller, but there are instances where you need precision and that's when I use the tas input.
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With people being more competent at looking into memory addresses and how games behave with Dolphin, I just want to say again, I'd really like it if someone investigated the possibility of Ness' Super Yoyo Glitch. Mentioned on this wiki page http://www.ssbwiki.com/Yoyo_glitch#Super_Yoyo_Glitch Quote: It is a very rare occurrence, so very little about it is known. Its effects (including but not limited to infinite Jackets and instant KO throws) are similar to those of the Yoyo Glitch, but are more lethal and have longer lasting effects. I think this has something to do with it but I don't know.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvX3GCaU9yA There was a forum topic somewhere but I can't find the link to it. In the forum topic, 1 or 2 people mentioned that SYYG happened to them during a match randomly. There is no video showing the occurrence.
This looks extremely interesting, infinite jackets? Wow, I wonder if this is possible or if it's just some myth.
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For my first (complete!) TAS project, I did classic with Falco! Enjoy! Link to video
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Nice! Why did you complete the bonus stages rather than just dying/quitting immediately?
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^Presumably entertainment?
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While I did try to go for speed on some parts, my main goal was entertainment so I did the bonus stages.
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Is it possible to manipulate the match-ups you get in Classic Mode? I would think some combinations of characters are faster to get through than others, especially the stages you fight on.
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That's something that I've wondered about but from what I can tell, it's predetermined from when you enter the character select. I'll have to do some more testing though.
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Jigglypuff would be the fastest character,right?
I plan on TASing whatever simple games you don't want to. TAS i'm interested: megaman series: mmbn1 100%, bn3456, mmx3 any% psx glitched, pokemon series : colosseum and XD, emerald 7symbols, maximum carnage, mmx command mission mortal kombat series: MKT, MKA, MKD and MKDA fighting games with speed goals in general
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That was fun to watch!
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Pretty cool TAS, especially considering it's your first project. The only things that I can criticize are the fact that the team match wasn't "perfect" (your partner took damage) and the first bonus level didn't beat the non-TAS WR (or did you intentionally sacrifice time there to not take damage?). Good luck on future TASes!
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For the team match, I wasn't trying to keep my partner from taking damage, I'm not real big into that manipulation stuff yet. In addition, the partner does nothing to defend itself at all. For the target stage I wanted to not take damage, and do something different for the sake of entertainment.
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Thanks for explaining!
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That was entertaining, good job!
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I plan on TASing whatever simple games you don't want to. TAS i'm interested: megaman series: mmbn1 100%, bn3456, mmx3 any% psx glitched, pokemon series : colosseum and XD, emerald 7symbols, maximum carnage, mmx command mission mortal kombat series: MKT, MKA, MKD and MKDA fighting games with speed goals in general
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How could Peach take that many mushrooms?
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Zarmakuizz wrote:
How could Peach take that many mushrooms?
An Action Replay code I'd assume.
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But SW-1988 (ssbm4ever) has a faster time. 5.45 Didn't you look here?
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MUGG wrote:
But SW-1988 (ssbm4ever) has a faster time. 5.45 Didn't you look here?
whoops, lol I guess not then.
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Ok, for this other event I am certain I beat the WR: Link to video Copied from the youtube description: Previous WR video (non-tas): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erieqHk6STs This MAY be improvable...perhaps if you use Pikachu he's got longer range and faster quick attack. However, his Uair sends opponents flying in different directions depending on the frame they are hit. Pichu's always sends them upwards and faster. Also, I got real lucky at the end with the Unkowns. For clarification at the end, I used the thunder because if I didn't, the giant blue yoshi would not have been killed by the Unkowns, and I would have had to go ALL the way over there to hit him... seriously RNG for this game can be annoying....
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Link to video Found this on nicovideo tagged with 'TAS'. I'll let you be the judge ;)
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I'd almost have believed it if he didn't get hit after the first two stocks :P That play was practically perfect though. It was great to see the SSBM top play at its best.
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lol, yeah I think that's Axe playing Pikachu? Definitely not TAS, but impressive nonetheless. Pro players know their stuff.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a93xhGzgXvo
HAHAHA Man, no waveshines or short hop lasers.... stupid noobs.
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