Правильно Solution 100 Doors

PLEASE TURN ON VIDEO ANNOTATIONS! Many things in this walkthrough are explained in notes on the video and also in the description below. Please read these before asking questions. Part 1 of 14 of my Super Metroid 100% walkthrough. Played in real time on Snes9x v1.43 rerecording with rerecords used to optimize video length. Area Covered & Items Acquired • Prologue, Ceres Station • Crateria: Morphing Ball, Bombs, Missile x1 [00:09] Recommended controller setting Shot: Y, Jump: B, Dash: X, Item Select: A, Item Cancel: Select, Angle Up: L, Angle Down: R I really don’t recommend using the default button mapping. Having item select on one of the face buttons is much easier to use and swapping angle up/angle down is more consistent with the GBA Metroid games. [03:01] Wall jumping To perform a wall jump, spin jump at a wall, push the opposite direction once you’ve touched it, then push the jump button immediately after. Don’t try to push off the wall and jump at the same time; jump must be pressed second. You’ll see me wall jumping a lot in this walkthrough because it’s extremely useful, but don’t worry if you’re not very good at it. It’s only ever required in one optional area of the game. I recommend practicing it gradually as you play. Once you start getting the hang of it, try incorporating it into how you normally traverse rooms. When you get good at it, it makes moving through areas much faster and allows many items to be gotten earlier in the game. [03:11] Boss: Ridley

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Solution 100 Doors

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комментариев 17

  1. guyintent:

    08:59 that part scared the shit outta me

  2. 82drumhead:

    Could be. Good playthrough btw. This could be my fav snes game of all time. At least in my top three. <-------90's kid 🙂

  3. Desbreko:

    Snes9x 1.43 isn’t as prone to slowdown as an actual SNES (or a more accurate emulator like bsnes), so maybe that’s it?

  4. 82drumhead:

    Is it me or does the sound seem sped up a bit. Not sure why, just seems like the sound FX are higher pitched than what I remember.

  5. george baii:

    The theme is so iconic to me.

  6. xboxhighflyer187:

    Man this game is hard as fuck to play on an android phone! I cant get the wall jump to work

  7. dingo23451:

    My GOD its sonic…. wait…!

  8. RefractionHD:

    No…. just no, I’m going to pretend that you were drunk when you said this

  9. xenophobe76:

    Metroid Prime was the first real Metroid game? I guess Metroid, Metroid II, and Super Metroid aren’t part of the Metroid series now. Gee whiz.

  10. xenophobe76:

    He means when you die 😛

  11. Jackie Balan:

    Can you help me? Whenever I go to the old Tourian the second time at the other side of the door it corrupts and freezes. It’s getting annoying and I need to get rid of it.

  12. legosamus:

    man you are pro at this!

  13. sparticus214:

    To me metroid prime was the real first metroid game and metroid prime 3 was the last the wii metriod m dosnt seem relivent at all and the snes and nes dont have the epic atmostphere and samus as a charector before prime was random and generic

  14. Desbreko:

    I don’t know what’s in pledge, so I dunno. Don’t use anything corrosive, though, or it could damage the contacts. (That’s why blowing on cartridges is bad; the moisture in your breath can cause corrosion if you do it enough.) But probably any isopropyl alcohol based cleaner would be fine.

  15. ThatJguy15:

    I dont know if I have any rubbing alcohol. Do you think that pledge (dust cleaner solution) would work?

  16. Desbreko:

    Are the cartridge contacts dirty? If so, use a bit of rubbing alcohol on a q-tip to clean them. Don’t blow on them, and let them dry completely before putting the cartridge back in the SNES. If that doesn’t help and other games work fine, I’d guess the cartridge is damaged.

  17. ThatJguy15:

    I recently bought this game on my SNES and when you first spawn and descend into the ceres space station, samus gets stuck in the top of the screen. Help??