Awesome Games Done Quick is probably that biggest event in the gaming industry, when it comes to, Donations for social projects to collect. Gather every year in January numerous speed runnersto try new records in a week while collecting as much money as possible.
This year’s AGDQ event was once again a complete success. Almost $3.5 million are gathered this time by the countless spectators from all over the world, the crazy amount goes to the Prevent Cancer Foundation, which fights for early detection and cancer treatment to help affected patients.
A sumptuous speedrun buffet
Of course, gather every time Speedrun fans and video game friends specifically to attend the event and donate to a good cause. Such a sum would hardly come about if not for the organizers and the speed runners themselves put so much heart into the matter would stick.
Accordingly, there was one again this year rich banquet for enthusiasts of quick game completion. From retro classics like Castlevania, new titles like Kena: Bridge of Spirits or Hades to co-op action with games like It Takes Two, the event offered a Range of different video games, in which everyone could probably discover their taste in one way or another. You can find it on the event’s YouTube channel almost all runs of the last week and you can look at your favorites again.
Regardless of that, a run was fine a clear highlight: Namely, speed runner Mitchriz has From Softwares Samurai-Meisterwerk Sekiro played through in just over two hours – namely blindfolded. The speed runner has been able to trust his skills blindly for a long time and completed Sekiro in under five hours last year. For AGDQ, however, he seems to have improved a whole corner.
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