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Are glitches from a tool assisted speedrun considered fair game? For example, being able to do an effect but the chances are so astronomically high that a normal playthrough might not see them.
Why the heck is this YMMV?
Anyone know why there are Metal Gear Solid entries on the Mech subpage? I've never played the games (which is why I haven't moved them yet), but I was under the impression that they're more action-adventure/stealth/third person shooter/interactive movie than anything involving Mechs.
What would one consider Metroid Prime? Adventure, or FPS, or something else?
Update to the Donkey Kong Country "button mash" Glitch - it is also used in 100% runs, to skip part of the level you are warped to.
Didn't we have some glitches from the 2D Mortal Kombat games?
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How well does it match the trope?