Undead ninja cyborg gamer makes God Hand's hardest level look easy - destructoid

Undead ninja cyborg gamer makes God Hand's hardest level look easy

2:04 PM on 12.19.2007


I'm utterly fascinated by perfect play videos -- a dude netting a perfect no-death game in Ikaruga  while manning both sticks or a video of someone playing Assassin's Creed without complaining (!). Pitting man against machine and coming out not just on top, but untouched is a joy that I'll never know thanks to aging, worthless reflexes. But at least I can watch video of other people achieving gaming zen, right?

Fans of God Hand are already familiar with its bone-crushing, brutally unforgiving gameplay, but those uninitiated viewers watching the above video should bear in mind that God Hand's challenge mode is no picnic. The final level requires that you best a fully-powered version of yourself, complete with an insane amount of life -- a feat which this player manages without taking a single hit. Like poetry in motion.

[Via NeoGAF




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