Stephen Holmes - from Brisbane Australia - does it again! Another Twin Galaxies arcade world record to add to his growing list, this time on the very popular Neo-Geo shooter Blazing Star with a score of 18,053,060! BONUS! #retro https://t.co/Q3SvOPX8dx #neogeo #retrogamer pic.twitter.com/G2UT5fdfAK— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 22, 2019
Sonic can't have all the attention... Tails Adventure on the Game Gear gets obliterated by South Australia's werster as well, with another world record at 16 minutes and 8 seconds! #speedrun https://t.co/XhtBGyGLKr #sonic #sega #retro #retrogames #retrogamer #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/3eQLYT1XqQ— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 21, 2019
South Australia's werster again! This time on Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the Master System, and another world speedrunning record. With a time of 10 minutes and 15 seconds! #speedrun https://t.co/XhtBGyGLKr #retro #retrogaming #retrogames #retrogamer #sonic #sega pic.twitter.com/AY5pOIihT0— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 20, 2019
Get ready to see lots of South Australia's speedrunner werster, because they hold a lot of world records! Here they do it again with the world record on Sonic CD with a time of 11 minutes and 29 seconds! #sonic #speedrun https://t.co/XhtBGyYmBZ #retro #retrogaming #retrogamer pic.twitter.com/wCZcimYFwE— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 19, 2019
Is 20 seconds fast enough? Taking advantage of a glitch that allows you to warp to the credits at the start of the game, South Australia's werster takes the world record in Ys The Vanished Omens on Master System by just hundredths of a second #speedrun https://t.co/XhtBGyGLKr pic.twitter.com/205cm2A6Wf— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 18, 2019
The fastest shredder in the world in Tony Hawk's American Wasteland is an Australian runner from Victoria - crofty! With a time of 53 minutes and 25 seconds #speedrun https://t.co/XhtBGyGLKr #retro #retrogaming #retrogamer #retrogames pic.twitter.com/I6lERLpmiG— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 17, 2019
New Zealand speedrunner Craigelbagel001 holds the world record speedrun on the Xbox version of Spy vs. Spy, with a sneaky time of 29 minutes and 45 seconds! #speedrun https://t.co/XhtBGyGLKr #retro #retrogaming #retrogamer #retrogames pic.twitter.com/pn3JVJ7KFg— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 15, 2019
This episode Marc Matt and John chat about what they've been doing in gaming. Marc's been buying stuff he will never use, again, Matt gets tempted by the Steam sales and buys games he will never play, and John goes for a Dragon's Fury world record! We close out the show with some discussion on the state of Twin Galaxies, and the world of competitive play.
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Frogs - ever the bane of a Magicians power - ends this brand new world record run by Brisbane Australia's Stephen Holmes on the Neo Geo classic Magician Lord. With a record setting score of 304,910! https://t.co/Q3SvOPX8dx #retro #retrogamer #retrogames #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/RyHqv04Tnc— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 13, 2019
Nobody does it better.... South Australia's mr_double07 with another speedrun record to his name - Cosmic Spacehead! The Sega MegaDrive title ripped to pieces in 44 minutes and 27 seconds #speedrun #retro #retrogaming #retrogames #retrogamers https://t.co/XhtBGyYmBZ pic.twitter.com/6c0QTU80Ky— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 12, 2019
Alone on the leaderboard of Alone in the Dark, Western Australia's speedrunner SpringStingray could do with some company! But can you match the record pace set by him at 2 hours, 1 minute and 47 seconds? #speedrun #retro #retrogames #retrogamer #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/Sc9cTbnIEy— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 10, 2019
Burnout Paradise, Bikes, 100% world record. What more do we need to say? Other than it's held by Australian speedrunner shred with a time of 2 hours, 29 minutes and 18 seconds. Gotta go fast! #speedrun #retro #retrogames #retrogaming #retrogamer #burnout pic.twitter.com/P5AyrosTEh— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 10, 2019
it was the war to end all wars - the Battle of the Arcades AU/NZ 2019! Marc Matt and John chat about this epic event, with Marc and Matt reflecting on the games that were, and new friends won or lost. We also discuss the newly announced PC Engine Mini, the recent Summer Games Done Quick, and anything else that piques our gaming spider senses!
There are many world records just waiting to be snatched on Twin Galaxies. Dennis Edmunds from Brisbane Australia demonstrates just that by claiming the Donkey Kong Jr. Nintendo Game & Watch record on his first game, only 218 points required! #nintendo #retro #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/UBhFpeacKs— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 7, 2019
Australian speedrunner mobius - someone who dominates the Ratchet & Clank and Jak & Daxter leaderboards - achieves the world record on Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time with a time of 1 hour, 8 minutes and 57 seconds! #retro #speedrun #retrogames #retrogamer #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/bmVgfrXmz6— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 7, 2019
mr_double07, speedrunner from South Australia, has an impressive list of records. Including this one, Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse HD on the PC, and at the top of a very large list of players with a time of 33 minutes and 8 seconds! #speedrun #retrogamer #retrogames pic.twitter.com/TUlICyNawf— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 6, 2019
It's only been a day since Stephen Holmes, from Brisbane Australia, posted a world record for Raiden on Twin Galaxies. Now he's posted a new world record for Psyco-Nics Oscar too! A score of 321,100 which puts him at the top of the table, again! #retro #retrogaming #retrogamer pic.twitter.com/ex9vOBZNlN— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 5, 2019
The Aussies have done it again - a new world record! This time on the legendary arcade shooter Raiden. Stephen Holmes from Brisbane Australia obliterates the previous highest score (set on MAME) on the real arcade machine with 1,245,730 points! #retro #retrogames #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/frdQ5noRiJ— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 4, 2019
What better way to celebrate xmas in July than with a speedrun of Daze Before Christmas! The world record is held by South Australian runner mr_double07, with a frosty time of 19 minutes and 51 seconds #retro #speedrun #sega #retrogames #retrogamer #retrogaming pic.twitter.com/uuy5LYOVUc— Game the System (@gamethesystemco) July 3, 2019