The FFPG in this video is not as fast as you think it is, atleast compared to NTSC. If you were to get a perfect FFPG with this method it would only get a 30.00 split, where as NTSC gets 29.3 with flagpole glitch. PAL human theory is a 5:01.997 and record 5:07.977 (Held by the uploader of the video you linked, JoshKeys) So to say that 4:53 is humanly possible is a very very far stretch. PAL FFPG was done on an NES controller by threecreepio which yes would be faster than NTSC but to do these inputs (L,R,L+A,R, and that's not even taking into account for the fact that you'd need correct subspeed and stair inputs) mulltiple times in a run for 4:53 would be ludicrous.
I know it's crazy, but I decided to help with this final frame in Super Mario Bros as TASer.
until someone does it, game is not perfected or 'solved', and even then, someone still has to do a perfect run, then, it's over. Which is impressive feat.
Unless some crazy thing like oot glitch happens to ruin it all 🙂
HITZCRITZ GOT IT FULL ROOM ABSOLUTE LEGEND
Isn't it supposed to be frame 177 not 179?
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