beschizza at February 17th, 2014 09:57 — #1
thaumatechnicia at February 17th, 2014 10:22 — #2
Why don't the networks have that inset map on the screen when they're showing the bobsleigh runs, instead of just close ups of them zooming by?
mrwoods at February 17th, 2014 10:39 — #3
I love it that they designed it to be synchronized with the bobsled run: http://youtubedoubler.com/bJf2
incarnedine_v at February 17th, 2014 10:51 — #4
Actually it's 24bit because of all the video spliced in and the music isn't even MOD based.
funruly at February 17th, 2014 11:19 — #5
25-bit. I can tell by the pixels.
semiotix at February 17th, 2014 11:33 — #6
Bobsled would be a lot more interesting if two or more teams raced at once, as depicted here.
phasmafelis at February 17th, 2014 14:16 — #7
I would argue that it's a mashup that doesn't accurately reflect either 8- or 16-bit systems.
If I wanted to be absurdly pedantic.
Which I do. Try it, it's fun!
incarnedine_v at February 17th, 2014 14:32 — #8
Multiple teams, plus machine guns and spikes.
mthead at February 17th, 2014 15:40 — #9
She makes the Indy 500 look like a Roman chariot race now...
teapot at February 17th, 2014 23:59 — #10
I've always thought the bordercross could be expanded into battlecross - 1v1 skis OR snowboards, but the racers are packing paintball guns. Winner is determined by a combination of the time and how many hits landed on the opposition.
Also: This is clearly just motivational since they almost flipped the sled several times in the race and were 5 seconds behind the pace, which is a lot in bobsled.
beschizza at February 22nd, 2014 09:57 — #11
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