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Hello, I was just looking around.

Unfortunately, I have no records I can claim, but I still enjoy watching speedruns, then applying their techniques, and then improve upon those and creating my own strategies, routes, etc. based on that.

I've been doing so since I started watching a Super Mario 64 TAS speedrun in 2006, which resulted in beating the game at last after another 10 years of struggle!

宜しくお願い致します! ( ^ν^)ノ

TheGreatToddman likes this. 

Welcome! Hopefully you'll find some games you enjoy and make some quick runs!


Hey, welcome ? I hope you have a lot of fun, hope you also watch loads of cool runs (^▽^)


Welcome ?

Since 2006 huh ? That's pretty interesting, actually


Thanks Quivico, MelonSlice, and xDrHellx.
But yes, 2006 was the golden year that brought me to so many good things related to gaming.
I was like a beginner for 10 years when I got the game in 1996. (・_・)

But being able to watch speedruns really made me very skillful.

Quivico and MelonSlice like this. 

That's awesome. Hopefully, the skills you've acquired will help you do some runs eventually. Keep in mind, you could always do smaller games like the ones I do. You don't always have to go for those huge titles like in sm64. Happy gaming cheers m8!



UbuntuJackson likes this. 

Speedrun.comへようこそ私はあなたのendevoursであなたの運を願って、あなたはそれがちょうどaske meを必要とするための適合を見つけることを願って:)


すまんない、Dakenさんのメッセージが理解するなけど。 (Sorry, I did not understood mr. Daken message.)
自動翻訳が利用したんの? (Used automated translation?)

MelonSlice likes this. 

I think he saying good luck with your endeavors and that you find a game that is very fun? ^^ idk it is a bit weird no reason to use Google translate seen as Technical writes very good English if that was used? or are you learning if you want some tips I am always happy to help if I can? ^^