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playthrough

Recording a video game in action along with running commentary by the player. Also called a "Let's Play."
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TEHRAN (FNA)- YouTuber PlayMeThrough has uploaded a complete playthrough of The Order: 1886 to their YouTube channel.
A person could spend about 20 hours on a complete playthrough of the title in single-player story mode, according to MachineGames.
Therefore, each controller submitted to the Learning track plays the same level 10,000 times in order to have a chance to adapt its strategy, and is then scored (using the same scoring as in the Gameplay track) on its 10,001st playthrough. The 2010 championship only saw four entrants, and the winner was a version of the REALM agent, which used its evolutionary algorithm "online" to keep adapting its rule set after submission.
Gameplay primarily consists of endless fetch quests within fetch quests likely to put off gamers not already alarmed by some of the technical issues that stymie playthrough.
Mario is as acrobatic as ever and, using all the skills at his disposal to uncover every secret, will see a standard five-hour playthrough easily double.
It's not especially long either, and doesn't lend itself to more than one playthrough.
You can approach each quest, fight and situation from a number of angles and one 50 hour+ playthrough won't be enough to experience them all.
"Left 4 Dead" uses a creative artificial intelligence system that lets enemies attack at different times and in different combinations during every playthrough, making the 20th attempt to reach the airport in "Dead Air" nearly as fresh as the first.
A brief playthrough of the songs confirms that they are indeed "curiosities," although two or three of them are quite interesting.
A great deal of music was written, but usually just for one performance, which usually took the form of a playthrough, and this imprisonment of new production in the sphere of groups and clubs also meant that chamber pieces were the majority.
Apart from coaching Barrington Watson-Clarke, who plays King this time round, he amazed Herbert by turning up with Martin Bates for an initial playthrough in which he sang all the parts from memory.
In this Macintosh version the user is given the option, blessedly removed in the PC version, of viewing the "art" rather than reading the accompanying textual explication during the playthrough of the music.