Mega Man X Playthrough

Friday, December 27, 2013

Last night I fixed my SNESJoy. I then decided to play some Mega Man X with it.

Since I've been messing with streaming, I decided it was a good opportunity to do a impromptu play through of it on twitch like I didn't get done on XMas with Zelda, A Link to the Past.

Again, it was just me playing and chatting through text chat. No mic or anything.

The total air time was just a little over 4 hours, but I took a 30m break once, and stopped to chat some (Starting at 1:57:41 you will see me stop moving for several seconds to type).

I'm an experienced MMX player, but I'm definitely not a pro. So don't expect that much. It wasn't a speedrun or anything. You will notice I stick to the X-Buster a lot, and only resort to boss weapons when I don't feel like dealing with something any further. It's a completionists run. Meaning I got everything including the Hadouken. I tried not to use it to much, as I'm used to using it in my play throughs over the years, but I did put it to some use at the end after I beat the dog and Sigma1 each once without it. That's how I rationalized using the cheesy weapon, because at that point I was getting tired.


0:05:39               - Start
0:11:29               - Chill Penguin Stage
0:19:02-0:20:22 - I idle on the stage select screen from
0:20:39               - Sting Chameleon Stage
0:34:25               - Storm Eagle Stage
0:40:51-0:41:48 - I idle on the stage select screen from
42:03                  - Flame Mammoth Stage
0:48:17-0:49:15 - I idle on the stage select screen from
49:29                  - Boomer Kuwanger Stage
58:29                  - Spark Mandrill Stage
1:09:12-1:37:39 - I take a break from
1:37:55              - Launch Octopus Stage
1:44:42              - I start collecting missed hearts
1:50:00              - I start noobing it up and get into a reverse "The Zone" at
1:58:43              - I finally get back on track and get the 7th heart
1:59:13              - Armored Armadillo Stage
2:07:35-2:11:13 - I idle on the stage select screen from
2:11:19               - Armored Armadillo Stage Replay for Subtank and "Being a Dieing Noob Part Two"
2:15:08               - Armored Armadillo Stage Replay for Hadouken Part One, Featuring me being a dieing noob some more
2:19:49               - Armored Armadillo Stage Replay for Hadouken Part Two
2:23:31               - Armored Armadillo Stage Replay for Hadouken Part Three
2:25:58               - Armored Armadillo Stage Replay for Hadouken Part Four
2:28:15               - I reach the Hadouken Capsule
2:29:44               - Sigma Stage One Attempt One
2:40:17               - Sigma Stage One Attempt Two
2:55:23               - Sigma Stage One Attempt Three
3:07:24               - Sigma Stage Two Attempt One
3:08:15               - Sigma Stage Two Attempt Two
3:22:18               - Sigma Stage Three
3:33:27               - Sigma Stage Final, Health/Energy/Extra Live Farming
3:39:17               - Sigma Stage Final, First Engage of the Bosses
3:49:54               - Stream Starts getting choppy
3:52:45 (00:00)  - Stream Cut/End of choppiness
3:59:25 (06:40)  - Start of Final Attempt
4:02:27 (09:42)  - Killing blow on Sigma/Game beat!

I had a ton of fun doing this. It was a nice learning experience, as far as learning about streaming goes. I'm not certain yet, but I would kind of like to do this more in the future. I'd just like to do it with more of an audience. If I do, I think I will give notice ahead of time like I've done with my continuation of Zelda, A Link to the Past on New Years Eve (tune in!). I may even play through MMX again at some point, and try to be less noobish. lol

Please check out the recordings for my MMX play through below

Mega Man X Play Through Part 1 (0:00:00-3:52:44)
Mega Man X Play Through Part 2 (3:52:45-4:10:11)

NOTE: For the time being I'm mirroring some posts here from my blog. In the future please check it for topics such as this.

1 comments:

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