PlayStation 2 - Atari Anthology - NTSC - Canyon Bomber - Game 7, Difficulty B [Points] - 1,050 - Roger 111

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  1. PlayStation 2 - Atari Anthology - NTSC - Canyon Bomber - Game 7, Difficulty B [Points] - 1,050 - Roger 111

    09-25-2017, 03:31 PM
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    Hardware/Settings shown in beginning, only game.
    Since the video quality was so bad on my VCS hardware submission, I figured I'd do it again with a better camera angle.
    Yeah, right. Cheep W/R, lol. Thas' about it.
    Maxouts are truly my favorite thing, truly, everyone wins, no ESI, and you "beat" the game. Over time I will inevitably do all the Street Racer tracks on all hardware versions, etc, because there's no reason not to, I like the games.
    Thanks Everyone!!!
  2. 09-25-2017, 03:37 PM
    I got to have a very nice conversation today with someone on my "extremely interesting" radar on account of this game, so I am very happy to have stumbled on it!

    To explain why this is the max-you are racing the opponent to 1,000-that ends the game.
    The depth of the targets you hit affects the score-20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 points, by depth.
    You have to get to 990 using the math of the scoring, and then finish the game with a shot to a 60 point target, resulting in 1050.

    Rocky and Bullwinkle?
    Nope, that's not a max.
    I ain't giving no secrets away on that one!
  3. 09-26-2017, 09:28 AM
    Hi, Roger. This is also a good run, with a better camera angle to avoid the italics. My only issue with my recordings is the shadowing - any pointers on how to eliminate this?

    ...God gave video games to you...
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  4. 09-26-2017, 09:48 AM
    I do get decent shots on the bigger tv, is mostly an accident-
    The camera is just barely below tv level, pointed slightly upwards, 4 feet away or so.

    Room lighting doesn't seem to affect it, my room is dim, but not dark.

    Super inexpensive webcam.

    I was just thinking it was the flat tv itself that made the shots good, but it could be that angle, camera is placed higher during stuff on the bubble tv.
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