First, thanks, Weehawk, for confirming that the recording replays as intended.
The TJT wrote:WOW! Statistic approach for improving in a game...
Is it a joke or real...
Yeah, I am using statistical methods seriously.
Several months ago, I was figuring out how to play a game for high scores. I became bored of playing Strikers 1945 just to survive, so I thought of some crazy ways to score well. None of them worked. The same happened when I tried playing DonPachi for score, and I became frustrated. The reason why I was performing so poorly is that I was trying to hasten the time it takes to beat my best score.
Instead of focusing on my best score, I realized that I should focus on my performance over time—say, the last 30 plays. To measure my performance, I use statistical methods, because I am best capable of using them properly. This way, I can track improvement and make better decisions on how to improve my performance—I don't have to stress over working towards the one lucky, breakthrough play.
I would recommend using cheat sometimes..it brings more relaxed gameplay, and gives more space for experimenting unordinary "moves"
I have used a similar cheating device: save states. These have helped me pinpoint the areas that I want to practice. I want to play games that have yet to be emulated (like Ketsui), however, so I won't have the convenience of save states or any other cheats. Thanks for the advice, but I would rather learn how to stop depending on save states and cheats to make quick progress.