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    Video Game Speedruns

    Speed Demos Archive is an excellent site that I have been going to for a while. I mainly watch runs for older games that I used to play myself. Last summer I tried my hand at a speed run for the game Sonic Spinball but I never finished it because that game is hard as shit to run. Earlier this month I was thrilled to see that a run had been completed for it.

    Three of my favorite speedruns I've seen:

    Sonic 2 by Joe Stanski:

    (Note: This video has his commentary.)


    Super Mario 64 100% by siglemic:



    Toe Jam & Earl by InsipidMuckyWater:

    Go then, there are other worlds than these.

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    Ooh, yes, I've been familiar with this site for a while and have watched quite a few speedruns - mostly Castlevania, Mega Man, Zelda, and/or NES-related. Very nice site!
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    I do remember using them for a speed run of prince of persia (sands of time) I pretty much watched the whole thing from start to finish, I was taken aback by how fludly the prince moved from place to place and the diffent obstances he faced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Moore View Post
    Ooh, yes, I've been familiar with this site for a while and have watched quite a few speedruns - mostly Castlevania, Mega Man, Zelda, and/or NES-related. Very nice site!
    Oh yeah dude, all those runs are awesome.

    And speaking of Zelda, when they do live speedrunning for charity, usually they'll have a 4-way race on Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
    Go then, there are other worlds than these.

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