At this past weekend’s AGDQ, the annual charity speedrunning event, the runners and viewers alike enjoyed a vast amount of fun and entertainment. From hilarious banter between runners during moments of sheer agony, to the awe-inspiring moments when someone performs a glitch that has not been seen in years, or the amazing speedruns by a new runner who has just recently discovered the world of speedrunning: these are the moments that keep the community thriving.

When the Fallout Anthology was announced, I thought “Oh, great. Another Fallout speedrun compilation, right around the time the latest mods were released.” However, as I watched more and more of these runs, I realized that it was more than just a speedrun compilation. It was a showcase of the diversity of speedrunning across all kinds of games and genres.

Fallout Anthology was an amazing collection of speedruns and games that was put together by a community that really cared about the speedrunning of Fallout and its games. Without the speedrunning community, there would not have been a Fallout Anthology. I was lucky enough to sit down with some of the people involved in the project, and we had a great time talking to them about Fallout and the speedrunning community.

Awesome Games Done Quick, a semiannual speedrun charity event in the United States, is presently taking place and will end on January 12th. This year’s Fallout Anthology speedrun — which completed Fallout 1, Fallout 2, Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and Fallout 4 in under 2 hours — was pure pleasure for me.

The previous two Fallout games were completed in under 15 minutes, and a player clipping through walls to finish Fallout 3 as a teenager was startling. But it wasn’t only the techniques needed to win these games in the lowest amount of time that had me hooked to the screen from beginning to end.

Tomatoangus, the Speedrunner entrusted with doing the run this year, took over 100K+ viewers on a two-hour trip to the Wasteland, along with his hilarious explanations and short quips about what was going on in the route or why it was occurring. With a brief presentation that went more than 40 seconds, he even detailed how he’ll save 40 seconds on his speedrun in a specific area of Fallout 4. Take a peek at the images below.

After AGDQ 2019, the most entertaining event in the world, it’s time to have some fun again. The AGDQ 2020 Fallout Anthology Speedrun was just pure entertainment.. Read more about gdq controversy and let us know what you think.

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