Streamer Rudeism is not any stranger to bizarre controllers, from turning toy gamepads into weird gamepads (opens in new tab) to dressing up as a goose in Untitled Goose Game (opens in new tab). For his newest enter experiment, nevertheless, he is determined to fairly literally punch his way through kung-fu brawler Sifu with his personal two fists.
Strapping on motion-sensor gloves (with analogue sticks for motion and interactions), Rudeism is ready to map his personal fists onto these of these of Sifu’s silent fighter. It’s not 1:1, however a punch is a punch, with different gestures used for parries and heavy strikes.
Been feeling tremendous in poor health this weekend, however managed to push through and create probably the most enjoyable builds I’ve ever made – the @SifuGame motion controller@goodgame_asia has been an actual take a look at of power up to now, it has been a extremely enjoyable problem 😁😁 pic.twitter.com/XgzXHhCYfJJune 19, 2022
In follow, it appears extraordinarily bloody cool. Rudeism is placing full drive into his punches, sending stylized brawlers flying. It additionally appears completely exhausting—and in equity, I think about combating your way through a complete neighborhood of goons in all probability does go away you feeling a bit winded.
After getting the grasp of the controller through the intro sequence, Rudeism works his way through the sport’s first primary stage, taking frequent breaks to regulate the controller. In a heartbreaking finale, a cable comes unfastened and he finds himself unable to punch through the boss battle (although for apparent causes, he is taking part in on simple, which suggests the sudden lack of fingers is not too punishing).
You can catch Rudeism’s full stream over on Twitch (opens in new tab), whereas his YouTube channel additionally has equally immersive experiments similar to using an actual tractor to control Farming Simulator (opens in new tab). Thanks, Eurogamer (opens in new tab).