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PostSomeone broke a Metroid Prime WR

yep, I was watching MilesSMB's twitch stream when he broke the World Record for a Metriod Prime Any % Speedrun...gotta say the things he was doing had my jaw drop and only further make me want to practice Metroid games

He will be re-airing his world record breaking run later today at his stream:

http://www.twitch.tv/milessmb

If you look at it while he's offline he updated his former time to the new time for completion. This dude is honestly amazing and I enjoyed watching and learning from his run.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:41 am by Vortiene
don't particularly like the idea of practising games for hours for true speedruns, but watching tool assisted inhuman perfection speedruns is quite fun.

like this one:
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:45 am by Phazon Xenomorph
The only nod I ever give to tool assist stuff is to find out what is actually doable non-tool-assist. Like how Cosmo did his insane Wind Waker speed run after TAS people found out you can physically do the stuff if you practice.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:49 am by Vortiene
i'm not saying that doing real speedruns is bad, i'm saying I would never spend time becoming world-record-speedrun-good at a game. If anything i would TAS something just to see it in realtime later.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:58 am by Phazon Xenomorph
@Vortiene wrote:
i'm not saying that doing real speedruns is bad, i'm saying I would never spend time becoming world-record-speedrun-good at a game. If anything i would TAS something just to see it in realtime later.

I don't expect to be beating a world record like that anytime soon however I am going to be attempting to get as fast as possible on Metroid games. I mean they are just so perfect to try it on.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 1:19 pm by Un-Tan
Isn't Metroid designed as a speed challenge to begin with? The GBA versions are proof of that since you unlock "better" endings the better time and % you have.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 2:53 pm by pumpkinslayer
I hate speed runs, exploiting and finding out every secret of a game to me just seems like you're spoiling it.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 3:27 pm by Yuki
I don't see how that spoils it if you already beat the game 100%

I have issues with it in MH mainly because it is confused as skill when it's mainly used to over inflate HR I love to see tool assisted and non tool assisted speed runs. Heck not even speed runs score attack too like in star fox 64
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 5:33 pm by Andrew.
It makes you really see how broken some games are and easily exploited.
Anyone watch Cosmo's Ocarina any% run?

Deku Tree basement -> Ganon's Tower collapse.
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Re: Someone broke a Metroid Prime WR
Post on Sun Jun 02, 2013 8:46 pm by Phazon Xenomorph
@Un-Tan wrote:
Isn't Metroid designed as a speed challenge to begin with? The GBA versions are proof of that since you unlock "better" endings the better time and % you have.

The 2d ones sure, however there are those of us who want to do beyond the set ending screen for a low time run, and the Prime series doesn't reward you for faster completion. Most people on Prime take like 7 to 13 hours to complete it, doing it in 56 minutes is just insane. Not to mention a huge chunk of it being heavy skill.
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