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Score Requirements for S Ranks in Streets of Rage 4
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Score Requirements for S Ranks in Streets of Rage 4

Getting all S ranks in Streets of Rage 4 was not easy. I found it especially frustrating going through Arcade mode and not knowing the score requirements for S rank on each difficulty. To help save you from trouble, I wanted to write a guide that covered the ranking system. Through this guide, I'll show you the S rank requirements for the various modes. This guide covers the following: How to S rank Arcade Time Bonuses How to S rank Stage Select & Story How to S rank Boss Rush Tips & Tricks for S ranks Combat Strategies The tips provided will be extremely helpful in getting you to S rank. Be sure to read through those if you are feeling stuck. https://youtu.be/mSA5U36-YjI Score Requirements for S Ranks on Arcade Mode These are the requirements needed ...
This is the HARDEST Video Game EVER Made – SGN
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This is the HARDEST Video Game EVER Made – SGN

A widely popular game series, which you've most likely played if you were alive in the 1990s, holds the single hardest video game ever made. It's so difficult, in fact, it could be considered impossible. So what is the hardest game ever made? The hardest game ever made is Wave Race. Yes, we're talking about the jet skiing game released by Nintendo. You may be thinking you've beaten the game and it wasn't that hard, but you'd be mistaken. Wave Race 64 Released on September 27, 1996, gamers around the world were introduced to the synth-driven jet ski racing game Wave Race 64. With a Metacritic score of 92/100 and commercial success, Wave Race 64 sold 1.95 million copies in the US alone. Worldwide, Wave Race 64 had 2.94 million sales, putting it in 15th place for most sales of any ...
5 Blindfolded Speedruns You Have To See! – SGN
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5 Blindfolded Speedruns You Have To See! – SGN

As if speedruns weren't impressive enough, let's try them blindfolded! The world of speedrunning is quite vast and exciting. Not only because pretty much any game you think of might have a speedrun of it. But also because speedrunners use various methods to beat the game. Some people have been using dance pads, guitars from Guitar Hero, and VR controllers. There's also hand tracking, and even bananas. That's bananas! However, of all the unconventional ways one could speedrun, one stands out. To many, the most impressive will always be speedrunning blindfolded. Of course, none of the runs we list are the fastest way to beat the game. With that said, the sheer fact that they are doing it blindfolded is something you must check out if you love speedruns. https://youtu.be/wtgtCavisqo T...
How to get the Secret Ending in Hollow Knight (Spoiler Free)
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How to get the Secret Ending in Hollow Knight (Spoiler Free)

If you’ve completed Hollow Knight’s story, whether recently or long ago, it might have left you a bit… hollow. It is not new having “bad endings” in video games for our main characters, and sometimes those are there for the best. However, despite how tragic Hallownest’s story is, some of us just waited for the credits to stop rolling and show us a better resolution to the conflict presented. If this is your case, fear not, because instead of a post-credit scene, there is a secret, more complex ending, which has a better outcome for our protagonist. It requires some extra work, and that is what we will be explaining in today’s article while keeping out any major spoilers as best as possible. Getting Started What you will first need to have is an item from the Ancient Basic. Though you ...
The Mexican Runner Takes on The God Run Challenge in Cuphead
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The Mexican Runner Takes on The God Run Challenge in Cuphead

The Mexican Runner, the absolute gaming legend, is working on his latest Cuphead challenge: The God Run! The Mexican Runner, also known as TMR, is a speedrunner who usually plays retro games, particularly NES. At the time of this article, TMR holds 30 speedrun world records, with times on leaderboards of 40 different games. Despite his many speedrunning accomplishments, he's most known for something else. He was also the first-ever player to complete the entire NES catalog. And he did it all live on Twitch, with most games being completed blind. Despite this being an insanely massive challenge to take on, it only took him 3 years. In just 3 years TMR completed all 714 officially licensed titles in a project he dubbed NESMania. You can find more details on this project, including TMR’s r...