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He finishes the game with a knife and rock band drums

For years, players have liked to impose challenges all more eccentric, and arduous, the ones than the others. Ready 2 Rumble Boxing player with the Dreamcast fishing rod, finishing Halo on Guitar Hero’s guitar or even finishing Super Mario Odyssey without jumping are just some of the performances achieved in recent generations of consoles. And even if time goes by, players do lack inspiration. Today’s example is further proof of this.

A streamer just completed the very first Resident Evil playing only Rock Band drums. And to make the task even more complicated, his Jill Valentine could only use the knife. This feat is the work of “Bobochet, “a well-integrated Puerto Rican player almost New Yorker.

Resident Evil on drums, it’s not all about the rhythm

On his Twitter account, BoboChet published several extracts from his virtual journey. These last ones allow especially to see his victories against several bosses of the game. As it was possible to imagine, to finish Resident Evil with the knife with the battery is far from being easy. The “tank” type gameplay of the Survival Horror monument obviously does not help. To survive in such conditions, the key is therefore to have a large number of healing items.

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Since its release 25 years ago, Resident Evil has never ceased to inspire gamers. It was initially a question of finishing the game using only the knife. Then came the desire to cross it as quickly as possible. With the arrival of the many rhythm / music gaming peripherals, fans of the Capcom title had other ideas.

Why keep it simple?

And the latter generally consisted of greatly complicating the task. That being said, it’s hard to imagine how much more difficult players are going to be able to do than finish the game with a knife on Rock Band’s drums. However, you should never say never as the other would say …

What do you think of BoboChet’s performance? Could the idea of ​​finishing Resident Evil on Rock Band drums have occurred to you? What’s the toughest challenge of this guy you’ve ever seen? Do you think this type of approach is of interest? Give us your opinion in the comments below.

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