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I was a bit concerned with the upcoming new official chapter, since there wasn’t really anything that prepared you for how hard they plan to make it.
So when I first heard about these D-Sides I thought it was a just a meme, but to my surprise these were very real, and VERY GOOD!!
The level pack was made by nameguy523, who took each world’s gimmicks and concept, and then cranked them up even further to take advantage of all the special tech that weren’t really fleshed out in the original game.
I’m very glad to have had the opportunity and honor of experiencing these stages to their fullest. Mad props to the creator!!
Every stage was broken down by screens stitched together to create one smooth run.
I originally planned to record the entire gameplay without music, so I could piece it all together with a single track per stage, but still ended up forgetting about a few stages 🙁
You’ll sometimes notice that the run splits again before a screen is fully cleared, which is because there’s a checkpoint in that spot.
This whole experience was a HUGE de-rusting for me, as you can tell by seeing how I got more deaths on Chapter 1 than Chapter 8, which is far harder. So in case you’re wondering how hard this was for me, then take that into consideration. (some deaths were also from re-recording corrupted and soundless footage)
* Installation instructions under the timestamps.
——————————————- Timestamps ————————————-
00:23 – Prologue
01:41 – Forsaken City
05:16 – Old Site
10:24 – Celestial Resort
17:11 – Golden Ridge
25:46 – Mirror Temple
37:57 – Reflection
49:56 – The Summit
01:19:20 – Core
01:29:06 – Core B-Side
How to install D-Sides (or any other mods):
1. Download and Install Everest:
2. Download nameguy523’s D-Sides levels pack:
3. DON’T UNPACK THE ZIP!!
Instead put it at: ~SteamLibrarysteamappscommonCelesteMods
4. Run the game. At levels select you can press ↑ or ↓ to switch between the mod to original stages.
Due to the large volume of clips used to make this video, I already spotted a missed screen on 4-D. There may be some other similar cases and probably some bloopers I overlooked as well.
Apologies in advance.
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