Panzer Dragoon Orta Videos?

I recall finding a website of a member here who had videos of Panzer Dragoon Orta with 100% shot down ratio on Hard Difficulty.

Could anyone link me to that site? Thanks for the help…

Ah, I think you’re after Giga D’s website:

The Orta videos are in the “other games” section. If I remember corrently, they show how you can get a 100% shot down ratio for each level on Hard Difficulty without being hit. :anjou_happy:

So Lance, when you gonna upload your PDS speedrun? :anjou_happy:

I would be his bestest internet friend ever if he did. That or a 100% video. 100% would be even better. :slight_smile:

Haha, unfortunately I’m not going to be able to make any PD-related videos until I get around to buying some video capture equipment - but even then, I dread to think how many MB a four-and-a-half-hour PDS “speedrun” would come to (and I imagine Solo, whose webspace and bandwidth it is, might dread the prospect too)! Ditto for a 100% run, which I think Arcie’s managed to do in something like ten hours (though my memory may be wrong)…

Just as a suggestion, if you ever get around to making your speed run, and Solo decides it will take up too much bandwith, you will more than likely be able to upload it here. They have speed runs there that are in the gigabytes and are up to seven hours long.

I’d actually forgotten that they cover non-Quake 1 games as well. Going by the standards of the other stuff that’s there though, I’m not entirely sure they’d think a PDS run was “interesting” enough to host; when I was speeding through the game, I kept thinking to myself that I was just plodding from Essential Point A to Essential Point B to Essential Point C without using any interesting tricks or obscure gameplay, even if I really was playing the game as fast as possible. Saying that though, they do have some plodding RPGs up there already and PDS is a pretty notoriously famous game, so they might still be interested. I’ll definitely keep it in mind for the future…

It would be great if you could get the video up on Planet Quake, Lance. Another option is that I set up a Bittorrent tracker on this site, and have the file shared around that way. That would save on TWotA’s space, while letting the bandwidth be distributed evenly between people who were downloading the video.