Equivalent to Mega Man 18

This video is simultaneously awe-inspiring and terrifying.

It’s a play-through of Mega Mans 3, 4, 5, and 6, simultaneously, using the exact same controller input for all four games. It’s tool-assisted, of course, but the mere fact this is even possible is impressive. I can’t even imagine how someone would go about figuring out how to pull this off.

If you’re not a fan of YouTube’s standard ruin-video-quality filter, there’s a much cleaner version of the video available too.

6 Responses

  1. That’s amazing, and brings up this thought.

    You’re trying to give Wallace a more incremental way to measure success. What if you try to teach Wallace to play multiple games at once, say 64. Then Wallace is more likely to complete a level on at least one game. In principle you are 64 times more likely to obtain information. Of course if you did this Wallace would be learning to play the 64 greatest games ever, not just one game.

    Just a thought.

  2. I was perhaps more impressed with http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwC544Z37qo , but maybe that’s just because I’ve never played Mega Man.

  3. How… how is that even possible?

  4. Wow… I thought it was supposed to never end, it just got faster and faster until you fail. It feels like special relativity of Tetris.

  5. The game knew it’d never gid rid of the guy if it just kept going.

  6. Wallace, take note.

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