I'm glad I finally have a proper context to bring this explanation into:
You see, InfernoCPF uploaded Awesome Kombat at 07/15/08 and it was blammed because of it's low quality. Infact, you can see the original he created here;
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InfernoCPF continued submitting movies only to have them blammed out of the portal and eventually gave up on it; whenever you see that InfernoCPF had collaborated with me on a flash movie, it's actually his with maybe some of my own animation to enhance the aesthetic quality to make it more likely to pass, so that his previously blammed submissions could pass judgement.
However this time that is not the case; I created the higher quality material to serve as a remake/tribute to the original with content I created entirely on my own; audio and all. Suffice to say I only got about an 8th of the way there, gave up. I wanted to come back to it but I couldn't so I came up with the idea to simply combine our two abandoned animations together to make one eligible to pass Judgement and to make for our first actually collab; that is where we both contributed equal portions of the material.
In other words, the reason for the drastic change in animation quality is because the higher quality animation is overlaying the lower quality animation made 3 years ago.
I realize that it could be better, so I have future plans to enhance the quality even further by adding shading to InfernoCPF's animation and correct a few errors. Also the file size for each will be shrunken.
These kind of enhancements will also be applied to all of our works currently published under my account before we proceed with future projects; to commemorate the Newgrounds redesign by redesigning our own works in conjunction with the Newgrounds redesign. We hope to file swap our enhanced works just before the new redesign is applied to the site to minimize the opportunity people have of seeing it before the site is rebooted so it appears that the afore mentioned works appear to be a part of the sites actual redesign.
I have all of InfernoCPF's animations on my PC, some of which he never submitted. He and I have agreed that it's a good idea to continue submitting flash movies like this, combining our spare material together until we run out of shit we long ago abandoned. We're wrapping up unfinished works and reviving rejected business.