Author Topic: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)  (Read 2519 times)

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Offline Amaluna

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2017, 06:49:28 PM »
I'll be the one to do it again, I guess.

I have mentioned in your earlier videos that I am a huge fan of your mindset when it comes to spot finding. Your creativity is out of the ordinary and your executions tend to be flawless as well.

We had quite a discussion today whether or not Slowitdown is modding or not. And honestly, despite all the counter feedback I got, I still don't consider it to be modding. I am not saying it's legit, but I don't consider it modding.

Having said that, this video contained some crazy stuff. I shall list the stunts in specific which really appealed to me in either stunt in general, execution or the creativity and / or mindset behind it.

Stunts:
0:52 - The spot itself is not that impressive, but the spins you managed to get from that bump and keeping balance on that fence, which I might add is pretty annoying to grind, was pretty cool to me.
1:28 - This style really speaks to me. It's a bit simple but it looks good and can be quite complex at times. You managed to fit in a 180 in the very first bump and then curb bumping to the grind. You've been known to do this type of stunt. And that's a style I can really appreciate.
2:33 - This is the thing I really like about your style. You see stunts and possibilities others do not. Your wallrides have always mesmerized me and I always loved watching you fit them in to your spots. After you finished the wallride it has become apparent that you popped your back tire which I reckon is the trick behind this style. Great spot again to a grind with a spin. I dig it.
2:44 - A stunt that blew me away at the time I saw it. Using a cheat to spawn in a vehicle at a specific place was very clever and you managed to activate a cheat during your runup. What I found odd however is the fact you are taking such a long runup while the Infernus max speed is reached after just a few seconds. Maybe you should consider stunting with a Speedometer. Regardless of that. I love this stunt. It's a clever find for sure!
4:15 - I have thought of that before but never gave it a shot. You managed to pull it off and it's a nice looking spot for sure. Good find, solid execution and just something that really appeals to my stunting style.
4:29 - Great combo with a fantastic execution. Stoppies done right while I am still not the biggest fan of Stoppie and Wheelie combos. But for this spot I can make an exception. Not much to say about it for me. Great spot, great execution. Well done.
5:43 - Again, the type of wallrides I love to see coming from you. Happened to have tried the wallride itself as well so I wasn't too surprised to see this in the video. And personally, I don't think the Bus necessarily ruined the stunt but it would have been nice to see you land it without it.
7:44 - Fucking amazing. Great find. I have landed that Double grind myself as well but I used the curb bump to get onto the first one. You completely destroyed the spot and I commend you on that. Great execution, near flawless in fact. One of my favorite stunts you ever released.
9:46 - Again, the wallride style. In all fairness, I am kind of iffy on this one due to the fact your tire stuck onto the grind whereas it usually tends to sink into the fence. But honestly, great spot. I love these wallrides, they looks super stylish and add a lot to the overall stunt itself.

I am legit confused about the end of the video. Not sure what the message is behind it but that's for other people to decipher I guess.

As mentioned before, I am a big fan of your style and mindset and am legit kind of bummed out by the fact this is your last. Wouldn't mind seeing more of your stuff in other maps maybe. You seem to always put a lot of thought into the spots you attempt and manage to get it done with a respectable execution as well. Despite the old stunts in the video, you did mention you like the stunts or liked trying them so I can't really complain about that. Other people are probably going to hate me for this but I really liked this video.

Offline jakuba

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #16 on: August 15, 2017, 12:16:30 AM »
We had quite a discussion today whether or not Slowitdown is modding or not. And honestly, despite all the counter feedback I got, I still don't consider it to be modding. I am not saying it's legit, but I don't consider it modding.

What the fuck does it even mean? And it's not up for debate, it is modding/cheating.

Offline plak

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2017, 10:44:27 AM »
this shit is aids

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #18 on: August 20, 2017, 12:00:53 AM »
modded section ? this community is full of dumb cunts

Offline [Bart]

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #19 on: August 20, 2017, 04:56:09 AM »
modded section ? this community is full of dumb cunts

Exactly! So do the community a favour and get the fuck out, so that we can have less of your modded shit.

Offline Lex

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #20 on: August 21, 2017, 02:19:51 AM »
modding and cheating is not the same

Cheating has long been a part of gaming, and a part that people either tend to love or hate. While some people see cheats as hidden features in the game to enhance their experience, others see using them as backing away from the full challenge of the game and losing out on some of the experience the developers created. Others do use cheats, but only grudgingly when they are stuck and have tried everything else to beat the game ‘normally’.

Of course, non-standard ways of playing don’t just cover cheats. Aside from mods, which are a user generated way to alter a game, there are not only cheats but also hacks and exploits that many games have. Here, we look at the differences between them.

 
Cheats are the things that are actually coded into the game, and are, these days, usually a feature included in the game’s design. In the olden days, those combinations of button pushes that would unlock cheat modes were put in the game to enable testers to fully test the game without having to be able to actually beat it every time, which were leaked to the user community in various ways.

Over time, as cheats became important to gamers, they began to be included and left in intentionally. Lots of places now supply cheats online, making it easy for the user community to find them should they want to, though cheat codes in their classic form are becoming less and less commonplace as developers want to promote fairness in games played on a multiplayer basis.


Hacks in games, as in life, are just ways of doing things more simply. They can help you gather resources or progress more easily in a game without actually cheating or using exploits. Hacks are not technically cheating, but taking shortcuts or knowing how to use the game interface especially efficiently

Offline ARS

Re: BlackTear - Last Solo (Live)
« Reply #21 on: August 28, 2017, 05:38:20 AM »
Someone pls upload 360p version on mega or sendspace, yt blocked :c

 

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