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(IGN)   Developers react to insane speedrun on their Tony Hawk's Pro Skater remake   (ign.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater speedruns, Minutes of Tony Hawk, Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2, Minute Speedrun, Doom, Impossible Lair Devs React, Developer Interview  
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2020-09-28 8:01:13 PM  
Best "Dev reacts to speedrun" I've seen recently was some guy setting the speedrun record for Doom Eternal. The Devs were absolutely blown away that these players had found so many exploits and secrets. "I didn't know that was possible!" "Wait, didn't we patch that out?! I thought we patched that out!" "How did he find that area?!" "Holy shiat he's mouse-wheel jumping!"

Also it's nice hearing female voices on there.
 
2020-09-28 9:22:45 PM  
This series is easily the best 'new' content IGN has developed in years.

scottydoesntknow: Best "Dev reacts to speedrun" I've seen recently was some guy setting the speedrun record for Doom Eternal. The Devs were absolutely blown away that these players had found so many exploits and secrets. "I didn't know that was possible!" "Wait, didn't we patch that out?! I thought we patched that out!" "How did he find that area?!" "Holy shiat he's mouse-wheel jumping!"

Also it's nice hearing female voices on there.


Doom Eternal was my favorite of the 'devs react' I love how they beat up the level designer (jokingly) for all the flaws.
 
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