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Forum: ESA at Dreamhack Summer 2016

Thread: #DHS16 - Dreamhack Summer '16

Started by: PlanksPlanks

Are submissions gonna be public?

 

Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: First Round Cuts

Started by: flickyflicky

Just make sure to show that you're oiled enough to crank out a decent run at any given time

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Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: First Round Cuts

Started by: flickyflicky

Personal best in Timesplitters 2:

With the second stream being cut you might as well cut SSX 3 from me out of the marathon so I can focus on the other games, seeing as that's where it would've probably ended up anyways

Also, personal best in Mighty Switch Force!

Not quite where I want to be personally yet, but this is way under marathon estimate. I've been finding it pretty easy to get such runs, and thus I'm going to be moving on to Timesplitters (1) now. http://puu.sh/oy5RZ/7c4df027d8.jpg
And as you can see I'm making good progress here as well. These times aren't individually as good as they maybe could be, but if you compare to my pb you'll see that these are all times that are only achievable if you got the faster movement down. Might even be able to get a full deathless run out in time.
As for TSFP, you know I got that on lock

 

Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: Registration and Payment

Started by: EdenalEdenal

I got an email from one of the guys over at biljettkiosken.se and it seems like while not everything is 100% in order, no extra money has been charged, so that's good. I doubt what's left will pose a problem since I only need the one order I paid for. Thanks for sorting this out, good hustle.

 

Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: Registration and Payment

Started by: EdenalEdenal

Not sure if I managed to sign up multiple times or not seeing as how Paypal wasn't working for me a couple of days ago and something similar to this has happened with my card before where it started a bunch of transactions but didn't finish them which put a portion of my money out of reach for me. I definitely signed up once though using another method, but if that could be checked out that'd be great.

 

Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: Game Submissions and Schedule

Started by: bangerrabangerra

I'll be there for the entire marathon

 

Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: Game Submissions and Schedule

Started by: bangerrabangerra

Will submissions be public this year too?

 

Forum: ESA 2016

Thread: Pre-ESA Online Marathon - January 29th - 31st

Started by: EdenalEdenal

I'm gonna submit just in case we could do that test stream to see if it works from here while the submission window is still open

Game Name: Timesplitters: Future Perfect
System: Nintendo Gamecube
Category: any% easy
Gameplay Estimate: 1:28:00
Possible Donation Incentives: Challenge/Arcade League IL showcase
Sample run video:
Description: You know this one already, except this time it's on easy which means it'll be a lot faster, a lot smoother, and GUARANTEED 0 deaths.

Game Name: Timesplitters
System: Playstation 2
Category: all levels easy
Gameplay Estimate: 18:00
Sample run video:
Description: This game is all about going from point A to point B and then back to A or from point A to point B and then to point C. This game has some crazy long loading times, but mine are shorter than most others!

Availability: From 14:00 CET and onwards

 

Forum: The Site

Thread: Leaderboards moderation requests thread

Started by: GyooGyoo

Imagine being so mad at someone else being a mod for a game you run that you call them a dangerous, terrible person

Crash runners smfh

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Forum: ESA at Dreamhack Summer 2016

Thread: #DHW15 - Dreamhack Winter '15

Started by: PlanksPlanks

There's a pretty good chance I'll have time to (and I want to) attend for a couple of days before I leave the country on the 29th. Should I sign up just in case?

 

Forum: TimeSplitters

Thread: Real time vs Ingame time

Started by: JangBangJangBang

I just got a 13:44.44 time in all stages easy but only because my loading times are a lot better than everyone elses. My movement is subpar, and on Mansion I get very stuck twice which costs me over 10 seconds but it's still the BKT because of my faster loading times. Thus I think it's time we either start timing out loads manually or going by IGT.

Run link:

 

Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: Shoutouts, love and Mafia accusation thread!

Started by: AlkoAlko

Special shoutouts to:

- Pjoxt or whoever it was that brought and was responsible for the sandwich iron
- Flicky for lending out his hair trimmer
- Shrimp for giving me a beer
- Nikneim for being cool with me fucking up that one mafia game
- Dizzy for marking all my stuff in the fridge after my bag with my name on it was thrown away while I was away
- Bangerra and Chucat for teaching me Addams family, fun game
- Everyone who watched and "enjoyed" my runs on site
- Everyone who asked before borrowing my stuff, or told me when they had moved it
- All my boys and everyone I hung out and enjoyed myself with

Cheers

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Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: Runner equipment and guidelines

Started by: oasizoasiz

I'll bring a PAL cube, my game, and composite cables.

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Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: Commentary Thread

Started by: bangerrabangerra

If there's anyone who has played Timesplitters: Future Perfect and is curious about the run they're free to join me on the couch.

 

Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: Volunteering

Started by: flickyflicky

I can do general tasks no problem.

 

Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: The Schedule

Started by: flickyflicky

Interesting.

 

Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: Second Round Cuts

Started by: flickyflicky

You can take 5 minutes of the TSFP estimate.

 

Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: Second Round Cuts

Started by: flickyflicky

Good looking out.

 

Forum: ESA 2015

Thread: First Round Cuts

Started by: flickyflicky

And here's the PB