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  1. #121
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    eLhabib: The site is great. Easy and very useful for the whole Wipeout community.

    I will start downloading some of them when I have time! I love to chase other people's ghost and struggle to find out things like "how did he barrel-roll there?!"

    I always give up and ask how they do it ...

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    Cool

    bought Flash Key tonight, took me ages to understand how to this damn key to work.....*check his so-called stupid website and all that stupid ghosts!, who the hell anybody believes in Supernatural stuff?!!, weird peoples

    Strangely, found this very interesting ghost, downloaded, unzipped, then into key, pulled key out of my pc, put key in my precious PS3 and presto!, ghost uploaded!

    Thank you mate!

    stevie

  3. #123
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    ok at least now we have confirmation that any drunken baboon can figure out how it works!

    just kidding! have fun chasing some supernatural astral-projections, Stevie!

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    Great site, not only for a beginers... for me spot on.

  5. #125
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    OK I have uploaded some ghosts. At the time of this post all of them are Rank 1 on the leaderboards, although kingheim will probably have done away with the Metropia one before he even reads this. The ghosts are as follows:

    Anulpha Pass TT
    Metropia TT
    Sebenco Climb Reverse TT (a long-standing record and one of my favourites, go easy on it )
    Ubermall Reverse SL

    I followed the instructions carefully but I might have made a mistake, so do tell me if anything is wrong.

    Anyway, I hope you find them useful!

  6. #126
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    [thks wellington!!! that sebenco rev tt will be very interesting to see.but very hard to catch lol

  7. #127
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    Thanks Wellington
    I'll try to upload my last alive Rank 1 TT before you kill it too Nice done for Metropia

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    Guys, HUGE thanks for posting your ghosts. I've just 2 days to improve my skills, so this is the kind of stuff I need right now. AND : Congratulations for your amazing/supernatural records.

    edit : damn, haven't read carefully your post Wellington, was so excited lol, it's more TT than SL ghosts. Thanks a lot anyway
    Last edited by kanar; 28th January 2009 at 12:15 PM.

  9. #129
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    Sorry kanar, I know you only really do SL. If it's just what you enjoy doing then that's fine. But in terms of practising for the weekend (or just in general) I think TT is much better for improving yourself. SL is a fun competition and can be useful for testing out what works and what doesn't, but TT actually trains you to race a race.

    Too much time is spent in SL just circling round the track to regain the boost and/or to start the next fast lap. In TT you are always doing fast laps so you get much more practice in, while the practice you get is more useful for a race because it teaches you consistency. Nailing the perfect lap once in 300 attempts is definitely not as useful as putting in 5 good laps, each a couple of tenths slower than the perfect SL lap. That's my experience anyway!

    @pirhapac and kingheim, enjoy!

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    yeah I totally agree with that Wellington. Asa told me the same... But I'm completely addicted to this mode now. Hard to leave this 99 laps cycle with the great music Arnaud gave me LOL. I really feel like a test pilot sometimes. I'll probably move to zone mode soon, regarding my gaming profile.
    Last edited by kanar; 28th January 2009 at 02:19 PM.

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