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    i am going to have to say its fare in the most cheap way imaginable

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    not cheap imo because he still got a 300 which i know i could never do. not enough patience

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    I think its cheating. Reason is, in baseball, when you are a batter, you have to play regarless the outcome. So lets say you hit the ball and Its an easy out you cannot just say, "let me try it again", like Digitals said; you cannot erase what you've done and start another round in the bowling alley. if you keep restarting you are just trying to get the perfect strikes together, while if you fail one and keep going is harder to do a perfect game next.

    But still you have a perfect game. Just try it to do it when you are playing against someone.
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    of course it's cheating. yes i agree he still had to use his skill to get those strikes. however, scoring a 300 means you have a "perfect" game and not miss a single strike. the fact that he had to reset because he missed one immediately nullifies it as a perfect game. let's just say he earned the strikes but not the perfect game.

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    I think it's smart.

    You're playing a video game.

    All you want to do is get the blasted 300.

    When you get game over (in his case, when he missed a strike), you reset it. It's like watching the credits of a game when you die.
    You know you messed up, but you don't want to take the time to go through the credits.

    You just reset, and try again.

    And again.


    And again.


    AND THEN YOU PREVAIL.

    AND FEEL ACCOPLISHED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trulen
    I think it's smart.

    You're playing a video game.

    All you want to do is get the blasted 300.

    When you get game over (in his case, when he missed a strike), you reset it. It's like watching the credits of a game when you die.
    You know you messed up, but you don't want to take the time to go through the credits.

    You just reset, and try again.

    And again.


    And again.


    AND THEN YOU PREVAIL.

    AND FEEL ACCOPLISHED.

    LIKE MY FRIEND AND I WHEN WE BEAT TANKS TODAY.
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    No, its not cheating, its a video game.
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    if he finished all those games would he still have the perfect game? maybe maybe not

    but just because he didnt break any rules doesnt mean its not cheap

    either way i dont want to play ssbb with this guy anytime soon

    ur friend is a sore sport

    learn to lose

    oh and who cares he got a perfect game

    ur friend might have won but he is still a loser

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    Thanks for all of your opinions, this has helped in many ways. Great ways of viewing this.

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    I'm not sure if I'm totally understanding this. The friend did actually achieve an only-strike game to get a 300 correct? If so then I feel what he did was not only fair, but the logical way to act. If you want a 300-game and you miss a strike, the normal thing to do would be to start over and try again. That's what someone would do if they were aiming for a perfect score on some level in a game or if someone wanted to set a record for the greatest number of (whatever) in a row.

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