Hey everyone, it's been a while since we've posted! But we've been busy and we're here today to show off our most recent accomplishment. The glass floor is located at the end of the mission, Floodgate. Under that floor is an unexplored area that nobody has gotten to because there are no resources to setup a clip or spawn bump. Getting under the floor and into the area has been a challenge for a long time now. Luckily, you only need two things in order to get inside the area; that being a dead Elite body and a Sword. Using the sword to lunge at the enemy and having an object interrupt your lunge sometimes causes your player to phase through an object, and that's all we needed in order to get under the floor. The probability of a phase is undetermined, as the lunge is usually random, but with some time on hand you can do it as well. Definitely an interesting way to get the job done. Without further ado, we present to you, getting under the Floodgate glass floor. We hope you enjoy!
From the YouTube description:
Back in the day, I used to record all of my stuff on VHS tapes. This was pre-capture card slYnki. I sent some tapes off to NOKYARD, insidi0us, scurty, and Lone Starr, but I still held on to some. I had about 25 tapes sitting on my shelf for years. Just recently I borrowed a VCR, sat down for an entire day, and captured everything.
Some of this footage was shown in videos like "The Three Towers: Revisited", "slynk's Project One Clips" and my long lost video, "To The Start of Two Betrayals", but a lot of it has never been seen before. Some of the tricks are new as well. Kind of crazy to consider how long I've held on to these tapes. While this isn't everything I've ever done, it's a good portion of it. I'm delighted to finally bring this footage to you.
As this was captured off of VHS tapes, the quality is abysmal. Sony Vegas also disagreed with a couple of the clips, so the video blacks out for a few seconds at two points. Also, the footage is silent, because the audio wasn't synced to the video nicely, and I wasn't willing to sync up over 100 clips.
Originally I wanted this video to be a bit of a grand production, but I much preferred presenting the footage like this. Barely edited at all. A lot of the videos back then kind of looked like this, they were very footage driven, and I wanted to pay homage to that. I hope you enjoy this little piece of my past.
Just to let everyone know, the forum software has been updated (finally). While it doesn't add anything other than security fixes, we'd be appreciative if you let us know any problems occur. Everything should be fine, but we can't really know for certain.