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Many gamers know that beating Super Nintendo action classic Super Metroid in under three hours earns you a swimsuit shot of heroine Samus Aran following the credits, but what do you get if you beat the entire game in a single run with a logged time of just 32 minutes? Is our undying respect enough?
Satoru Suzuki's unbelievable run demonstrates an expert-level knowledge of the game's huge world, skipping key gadgets in favor of speedy, finessed movements and a wickedly quick pursuit of the goal.
Still, Suzuki claims he made "nearly 100 mistakes" along the way. Man, just enjoy your success!