New Stunt Vid - Animosity
Posted 05 April 2005 - 12:32 PM
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Posted 08 April 2005 - 04:00 PM
This video is enough to put me out of business. My Organised Chaos 2 is soon to be released, and I thought I was the first to do some of the stunts that are in mine, but nevermind I think they differenciate enough . One thing I'm not sure of though is the modding of the games physics...... i.e the stuck bike method. Although it says no mods or cheats were used, I am left a little suspicious of the grinds. I have never heard of the stuck bike method, but im pretty sure some of the grinds weren't possible without some kind of cheat. For instance, The airport parking lot (adjacent to the airport perimeter) had a small (low) inward 360 off a ramp onto a grind all the way along the fence. I have spent hours trying to land that and seeing the collision files of the fence, its pretty much impossible. Also, you came off the ramp with medium speed (hence a low jump), yet speeded up whilst in the grind.
Modding the physics and using bike cheats is fine, but one thing I could suggest is having a list of physics/bike mods that were used at the end of the video. As that separtes the men from the boys I like to think . However, if I am completely wrong about cheating in the video, I bow down to you, as those stunts were innovative and to the limit. For my video series, I already had Organised Chaos 2 and 3 done, however I decided to fuse all the stunts from 2 and 3 together to form Organised Chaos 2 - containing over 50 stunts. This video will remain in my collection for a long time, I especially liked the use of PCJ's as ramps. Good work.
Edited by Johnline, 08 April 2005 - 07:17 PM.
Posted 08 April 2005 - 11:04 PM
I'm not sure what you mean about the fence, several people have grinded the fence all the way along it and i also did a krail (opposite to inward 360) to grind on the same fence in a previous video. It is actualy lucky to grind the whole fence as your bike will quite frequently stall on the fence. I grinded the fence at least 10 times before actualy landing it and it took me days to do. The low inward 360 is because I leaned forward as i hit the jump (you must hit the jump on a certain angle) and completed most of the flip pretty much as soon as i hit the ramp.
The bike stuck method is a newly discovered way of getting huge air (big thanks to neo anderson for discovering it) which everyone in the stunting community has been doing over the past 2 or 3 months. This is how I set up a BSM, I park a PCJ600 about 1- 2cm away from where I want it to get stuck, than jump on another PCJ600 and nudge it softly so it falls over, if sucessful the bike will be stuck and you can run into it as hard as you want and it won't come unstuck. There are other methods to set it up but this is the way I find easiest.
Well, I hope this all makes sense
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Posted 18 August 2010 - 06:24 AM
can me send me the song used at the last i need it
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