Last week, a lot of people played through a lot of video games very, very quickly. Here are some of the best.
Yesterday’s tool-assisted speedrun (TAS) block at Summer Games Done Quick ended with a Super Mario Bros. 3 run that lasted barely longer than a blink.
The seven-day Summer Games Done Quick charity speedrun marathon comes to a close today, but not before runs of Diablo II, Final Fantasy VI, Super Metroid and Super Mario RPG are finished.
Using mist to leap off an enemy and reach a higher ledge would be tough enough on its own in Symphony of the Night, but doing so blindfolded? Let’s leave that to the experts, like amazing Castlevania speedrunner romscout.
Eeveespiritt’s Summer Games Done Quick speedrun of New Super Mario Bros. 2 had almost reached the final boss, when everything went black.
You may have missed the Chrono Trigger speedrun at Summer Games Done Quick, mostly because it took place on a late Saturday night and we all have better things to do on late Saturday nights, like play Chrono Trigger.
The weeklong speedrun event Summer Games Done Quick has come to an end, inspiring the games community to give a whole lot of their money to Doctors Without Borders.
It’s the last day of Summer Games Done Quick, the weeklong pile of awesome video game speedruns to benefit Doctors Without Borders, which makes it your last chance to watch talented players break your favorite games.
Forget the sun. Forget the beach. Hang out with us and watch more than 140 video games being speedrun to benefit Doctors Without Borders during the 2015 Summer Games Done Quick Marathon.
On the left we have aspiring voice actor Patrick “Patty” Cullens, aka PCULL, whose mother may or may not have been murdered by a windmill. On the right is MrWeables, who possibly lives in a rustic castle with Will Ferrell. They’re playing a game you’ve probably never heard of, and they’re hilarious.
Summer Games Done Quick is over, but the crazy speedruns and insane moves will live on forever.
This is it: Summer Games Done Quick is nearly complete. It's time for the final (and hopefully most exciting) run: Final Fantasy VI.
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If you're not spending this entire week watching people play video games really fast, what are you even doing with your life?
Reminder: charity speedrun marathon Summer Games Done Quick is full of people doing and showing amazing video game things. Right now, they're playing 1993 Data East oddity Ninja Baseball Bat Man, a game where heroes have to "recover various artifacts stolen from the Baseball Hall of Fame, a task prescribed to them by…
As foretold by prophecy, the weeklong Summer Games Done Quick charity speedrun marathon launches today, and you can watch all seven days of speed gaming for a good cause right here.
Don't miss Summer Games Done Quick, the speedrunning marathon for charity that starts this Sunday and runs throughout the week.
Summer Games Done Quick—an annual speedrunning marathon for charity—starts on June 22 this year. You can see the full schedule here, and we'll keep you guys updated on the marathon closer to then, too.