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Published on 5/28/2011
Watch as Mega Man takes on the latest set of Robot Masters and everyone's favorite mad roboticist for the tenth time in the classic series.
This run is played on normal difficulty (the highest available with no prior save data) and, amongst other feats, takes no damage at all (Mr. Perfect achievement), kills one of every enemy (World Warrior achievement), and manipulates more extra lives and large power-ups than you've probably ever seen before in a single playthrough. The final in-game time is 20:04.
In a fit of cosmic irony, this publication, which is the first for a current set-top console, is of a game deliberately designed to be a throwback to the NES days.

Published on 3/25/2012
Not wanting to be outdone by Mega Man, Bass takes a shot at saving the world from Roboenza. Dr. Wily won't know what hit him.
This is the site's second published Wii run, and is of the same game as the first. Diggidoyo again shows his expertise at the Mega Man series, this time utilizing Bass's speed and powerful weaponry to finish 05:24.12 faster than Mega Man.
The in-game completion time reads 15:16.

Published on 10/30/2016
Set in Japanese Edo period's Honshu Oboro Muramasa revolves around fast-paced spectacle fighting with RPG elements against vicious demons summoned by the titular Demon Blades. Two characters are available. Here, Bernka plays the amnesiac ninja Kisuke on highest difficulty, by way of which he gets granted only one hitpoint. Of course, this doesn't intimidate him in the slightest.
Don't forget to watch its sister movie showing off Momohime as well: [2009] Wii Muramasa: The Demon Blade "Momohime" by RachelB in 1:04:59.75


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