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Zelda: Twilight Princess Wii speed run: Done in 44.5 hours faster than you

4:44 PM on 06.04.2007 // Niero Gonzalez
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While some many complain that new games are too long and involved, a small elite group of gamers are burning hundreds of hours ... to ironically figure out how to beat them in one sitting. The majority of speed runners we've covered in the past stick to retro classics and use PC-assisted emulation, so it is with great admiration (and erections) that I present to you a mad man's five hour Wii rush: The Jiano vs. Zelda: Twilight Princess speed run. The completion time? A crazy 5 hours and 39 minutes. Remember when Reggie said this game would sink 50 hours? Ha!

The embedded video autoplays, so hit the jump to view the first segment.  For  more, download the full video from the Speed Demos Archive

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