A clever guy played Sifu while swinging his fists in front of the screen

A clever guy played Sifu while swinging his fists in front of the screen

Sifu is an example of a great beat 'em up about martial arts.
However, Dylan Beck, better known by his nickname Rudeism, figured out how to make the walkthrough more immersive.
Once again, he'll need an unusual input device and has constructed a special controller from wires, sensors, and a pair of gloves to control the protagonist.
He uses sticks to move and waves his hands during fights.
He can also parry and dodge, but for that you also have to move.
He chose the easy level of difficulty - with more difficult variants the controller simply wouldn't keep up with the moves.
According to Rudeism, he started broadcasting half an hour after he finished creating the controller, so there were some hiccups from time to time.
For example, one of the sensors stopped working, which made the protagonist refuse to hit.
I had to take out a soldering iron in the middle of the passage to put the loose wire back in place.In the end, Beck reached the first boss, but failed to cope with it.
Not because he lacked skills, but because of banal fatigue.Recall, Beck is not the first time the game passes in an unusual way.
He previously created a goose costume to play Untitled Goose Game, ran Dark Souls III on a dance mat and Elden Ring on a toy controller.
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