Can you imagine taking on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice without the use of your usual controller? How about if you had to use something that’s slightly more unconventional, like a set of Donkey Kong bongos?
That’s exactly what games developer and Twitch streamer ATwerkingYoshi has managed to do. He’s taken on tricky ninja epic Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice using four Donkey Kong bongos instead of a controller, and still managed to complete the whole game in just 10 hours. Despite not being able to move the camera at all, he managed to beat the game with just 131 resurrections (and no, we’re not telling you how many of those we had on our own playthrough).
You can watch the video of him taking on the Sekiro boss Isshin here:
That’s not his only unusual achievement, though. He’s beaten a wide variety of games using similarly unconventional controllers, like Kingdom Hearts 3 with a Dance Dance Revolution dance mat, Dark Souls 3 with a Resident Evil 4 chainsaw controller, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time with a turntable, and Fortnite with actual bananas. Honestly, compared to some of those the bongos seem almost normal.
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