Sifu Developers React to 44 Minute Full Game Speedrun

IGN published this video item, entitled “Sifu Developers React to 44 Minute Full Game Speedrun” – below is their description.

Watch along with Sifu developers Rémi Gallet (Senior Game & Level Designer) and Romain Trésarrieu (Game & Level Designer) as they react to this amazing speedrun!

No, you’re not seeing double! This is our second Sifu speedrun to feature for Devs React, and this time it’s the full game, not New Game +! Thanks so much to speedrunner Cranky12 for providing the run! Check out more here!

https://www.speedrun.com/user/Cranky12

https://www.twitch.tv/cranky12

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A speedrun is when you complete a game in the fastest possible time, often this involves exploiting glitches and skipping chunks of expected gameplay in order to reach the end of a game in double-quick time.

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