|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-02-18 |
Companion Piece: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSr3aXd4XuQ
I probably should've submitted this one instead. Holy shit.
If I recall, super punch out was easier than regular, unless my reflex skills just improved from age ten to age sixteen, which is entirely possible. But I beat Super Punch Out, and regular Punch Out is still sitting somewhere in my parents' basement, luckily not smashed into tiny pieces by a frustrated little kid named "me."
Jet Bin Fever
I played a lot of both and it's true that the original was a lot harder. I just thought it was amazing how he guessed his times exactly on the first several fights and all. Just a mastery of the game that I could've never had at 12 years old.
|infinite zest - 2014-02-18 |
I really don't have the words to describe how awesome this whole 50 minutes was to watch. And that's not just because I could never get past the Tiger Guy with my eyes wide open. This organization is simply outstanding.
Yeah I was trying to think of any games I was ever really really good at, and the only one I can think of was Katamari Damacy.. the guy's record on here was 31:49 and I think I've beaten it in under 40.. I used to be so into that game.
Also how is 'impractical skillset' not a linked tag on poeTV?!?!
|Old_Zircon - 2014-02-18 |
Extra stars for using a Karate Kid headband as a blindfold.
|deadpan - 2014-02-18 |
This and the close-as-hell Super Metroid race were the highlights of Awesome Games Done Quick this year in my opinion, but there were a lot of great moments.
Jet Bin Fever
Oh man, I saw that one too. I don't usually like watching Let's Plays and all those "watch someone else play a videogame" things, but my god these people have practiced and practiced enough to make it an art.
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