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Probably in SSBM on 2 occasions. First, me and my friend were playing Lv 9 comp for fun and i threw the hammer head at falco, killing him, and it bounced and hit fox, killing him!

The other is when my friend beat me in an SSBM tourney the day before, then we played and i didn't lose to him once that day. He was not happy



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realizing there was a running button on super metroid after being stuck for 3 years at the "noob bridge".

ok, seriously:
collecting all 120 stars on mario 64
seeing all chrono trigger endings
playing pokèmon red/blue (i had both version and two GBC at the time) for a cumulative amout of 1000 hours



 

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Beating Final Fantasy XII almost 100%. I got every weapon, armor and accessory in the game.. All that's left is a few enemies in my beastiary, Yiazmat (who I already beat in my first playthrough and can't be bothered to beat again) and Omega.



11 kills with one TOW at warhawk and capturing the flag 1min later



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Damn I forgot another one, beating the emerald weapon in ff7.



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i got a few. one of my proudest was finally getting all 201 of those god damn golden bananas in donkey kong 64. that beetle race in the angry aztec level is still one of the hardest things for me to do in any game i've ever played



lestatdark said:
chocoloco said:
Watching my five year old nephew playing better at Manhunt then me. (Sniff) I taught him so much.

And this is why there's so much controversy when games like Manhunt are released. 5 year old's should even't look at this game. 

 

Not if your goal is to raise an assasin!



All my proudest moments are Counter-Strike moments.

Killing the last 9 players in a round with a scout as last man standing.

Killing the last 4 terrorists as VIP on Oilrig also as last man standing (3 of them with the knife)

Going 21 and 1 on a map using only the scout.

Taking out an entire team (10 players) on one server after my teams rushed in all directions to their death.

Getting to the final round of a CAL-Main with a the clan I was in at the time.

I give this thread a 9.8.



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chocoloco said:
lestatdark said:
chocoloco said:
Watching my five year old nephew playing better at Manhunt then me. (Sniff) I taught him so much.

And this is why there's so much controversy when games like Manhunt are released. 5 year old's should even't look at this game. 

 

Not if your goal is to raise an assasin!

I know you're trying to be funny and probably you just wanted your nephew to have a good time while gaming with you. 

But these are the cases that then lead to games being discriminated and nitpicked in the social media.

Anyway, i'm not trying to impose anything on you, you do as you see fit. I just think that manhunt isn't a game for five year olds, no matter how "well" they deal with it. Children of that age have no psychological development to discern reality from fiction, so there is no way to determine what he will learn from them.  



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Beating Darkwing Duck and Batman on NES and beating Maximum Carnage on SNES. Those games made me cry several times.