Not Another Sprite Fight

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NASF 2 will not be possible until we make enough progress on the Helix project. Until then, I'll be remaking this movie from scratch as NASF DX. It'll feature much better sound and animation, with extended fights and a couple more characters.

Here is a link to the YouTube version. The quality sucks, but I added 'commentary'.

Many people were upset by Mega Man's lackluster performance. I'm sorry for that, I had to delete a few scenes were Mega Man had done better.

(old info)
So, this didn't turn out to be the super-awesome-amazing project like I had so bragged about on my (old and deleted) website. But it did turn out really good anyway. Also, because of the 16k limit, I had to cut three scenes (one I had already created) and take out the extras... which means no outtakes... sorry. Please, enjoy the movie.

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thats cool sonic will always be my fav

still amazing, there needs to be more ways to share/ upload to different sites. how can i throw this up on ifunny (for example) to bring the younger shits to newgrounds

what's the name of that song of time music that plays right before link slows down time and who made it, i want to download it.

How was this ever made? The vast assortment of motion of the sprites, the uniqueness of every event with respect to every other event, flawless animation of them. I don't see how this was made anything but painstakingly one frame at a time which would defeat the purpose of a sprite animation. I don't see much of an interesting story here, it's just a context-free fight between video game characters, which demonstrate abilities far beyond those of the actual game characters within their games, but the sheer competence of its production itself staggers the mind. If a few people can get together and make something like this for fun, how is it that disney for instance can supposedly spend a hundred million dollars making one of their feature length boring-ass pieces of crap? Their methods must be all wrong. But you're doing it right, apparently. Seriously, if there was a feature-length animation of this caliber that had an actual story, it could make a billion dollars in theaters if it was properly marketed.

That's really awesome, add some blood and realistic fighters will be brutal.

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Jul 18, 2007
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