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Banjo-Kazooie TAS by Sami (2:24:32.63)

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Published on Apr 17, 2009

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This tool-assisted speedrun, by Sami Outinen, aims to complete Banjo-Kazooie in as little time as possible, while getting every Jigsaw Piece, Musical Note and Honeycomb Piece. Another rule of the run is to open every note door, which is part of the generally-accepted definition of 100% in Banjo-Kazooie. The author does this by exploiting many tricks and glitches, with a lot of multitasking to get everything done as quickly as possible.

Here is a list of the individual level times that Sami achieved in this run:

Gruntilda's Lair: 25:58
Spiral Mountain: 2:03
Mumbo's Mountain: 5:08
Treasure Trove Cove: 7:01
Clanker's Cavern: 8:45
Bubblegloop Swamp: 12:23
Freezeezy Peak: 12:04
Gobi's Valley: 10:03
Mad Monster Mansion: 9:22
Rusty Bucket Bay: 9:37
Click Clock Wood: 18:04
Game Total: 2:00.28

This run was made on an emulator, with slowdown, frame-by-frame shooting, savestates and rerecords. It is NOT meant to show skill, but rather the game pushed to its limits. It is only supposed to provide entertainment. You must bear this in mind when watching this video, or any TAS, for that matter.

Any anti-TAS comments (these include comments like "do it on a console, then I'll be impressed", "you suck for using an emulator", "cheater", etc) WILL be deleted on sight, and the poster will be permanently blocked from posting comments at any of my videos, or on my channel. Try to remember that speedruns and TASes are different. Speedruns aim to show how skilled the runner is, and TASes aim to provide an entertaining video for the viewer. There's nothing more to it. Try to appreciate each category for what they are.

Sami has given me permission to upload this video. You should not upload this run without Sami's permission.

The actual page of the movie (along with the author's comments on his run) can be found here: http://tasvideos.org/2227S.html

Visit http://tasvideos.org/ for more information on tool-assisted speedruns, and to watch the many already-existing awesome TASes.

Enjoy the run.

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