Gamer Completes Quake Under 1 Hour @ 100%

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festerovic

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The methamphetamines we had in the 90's weren't good enough to pull this off. Kinda like there weren't any machines capable of playing Crysis maxxed out until recently.

Wait till we get space coke from aliens, someone will destroy this guy's time. :)
 

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I watched like ten minutes. That guy knew where every single bad guy was. If it is too good to be true, normally it is. I think he had some sort of aim bot or wall hack going personally. In addition good for him if he really did it, but next time run some sort of ant-cheat program to verify your hard work.
 

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[citation][nom]tank[/nom]I watched like ten minutes. That guy knew where every single bad guy was. If it is too good to be true, normally it is. I think he had some sort of aim bot or wall hack going personally. In addition good for him if he really did it, but next time run some sort of ant-cheat program to verify your hard work.[/citation]

He probably played each level 100 times to achieve the minimum run time. If you search for "QDQWAV" you'll have a better understanding on what speedrunners can do.
 

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I remember doing something similar both with quake and hl1 with my brother always wondering why Im playing it over and over again....

All started with wolfenstein on a cyrix 386, running against the walls pressing space to find the next secret door :D
 

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If you go to the youtube video description it will state there explaining how this video was put together. They had a team of speed runners each concentrating on their own levels, putting each final rehearsed demo together in one film. It wasn’t all done in one go. The representative at youtube even stated they couldn’t do all the awesome tricks you see if it were done so in one hit.

Well done and great effort to the QdQ team.
 

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IDK. I've played that first part I don't know how many times, and I could swear there were several spots he didn't kill everyone. I know he was shooting pineapples and leaving them to kill the enemy, but there were several times I could swear there were some still moving.

Still, a nice thing if true. My friend and I played quake 1 for who knows how many years. Sadly he does his gaming on a PS3/xbox 360 now and I don't.
 

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Still was rather tedious in the Aardwolf maze.
 

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[citation][nom]fuzzyplankton[/nom]I like seeing the comments about doom lately asking how do you jump in the game...[/citation]
You don't jump so much as you run really fast and hope gravity disappears :)
 

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[citation][nom]southernshark[/nom]Yeah I'm sure he's just played it a million times and knows what is where.[/citation]

Exactly.But he clearly did something exceptional.Talking about it is one thing, but actually doing it is another thing entirely.Well done,gamer.
 

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hahah 1 granade lunched into wall bounced 3 times at same time he shoot a enemy then punched the button the granade came bouncing he jumped ower it got recourse by it and whent flying wtf. i may haw wasted 80hours on minecraft but this dude easily got ower 800hours. makes me proud to be a nerd and absolute useless to society LONG LIVE NERD POWER!
 
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