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Quick news – world records!

October 11th, 2009 at 6:44pm by Vitor

Hey there! This past week we’ve seen two players tying two great world records on both GE and PD. On the October 5th, Cliff Hampton – known as QstarH on the boards – got Runway 00A 0:36, using the insane no-tank strat, which is one of the hardest strategies out there on Goldeneye. And Takahiro Ahai, or just Taka, pulled off Rescue Agent 1:25 on Perfect Dark, breaking David Clemens’ untied sweep on that level.

Congratulations to both players! Be sure to check out the videos on the links below. Taka’s 1:25 hasn’t been uploaded yet, but check out two of his 1:26s! Also, don’t forget to keep an eye at the boards so you don’t miss any fresh World Record!

Cliff Hampton – Runway 00A 0:36

Taka – Rescue Agent 1:26 (x2)

Later folks!

Posted: October 11th, 2009
at 6:44pm by Vitor

Categories: GoldenEye,Perfect Dark,Video,World Records

Comments: 2 comments

  • Sterling

    Nicely updated. This is what we’re looking for. Ideal!

  • Peter

    I have a question!
    I have se some videos when people plaing Golden-eye on DLTK why not marked assignment as completed level when you have done it on DLTK thus 007 mode!
    I own this game as a original n64 game and have complete the game except on DLTK mode.
    I remember when this game was new many thought then that the game was much harder than it really was.

    So if it does not get ticked as done missions in the game then what is the purpose of driving with a maximum of 007 meters in position. is the home of the world's fastest GoldenEye and Perfect Dark speedruns.

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