This Gamer Is “No Death” Completing Some Of Video Gaming’s Hardest Titles With His Chin – Nintendo Life

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We don’t know about you, but we find it fantastic that we live in a world where having a disability doesn’t mean you can’t truly excel – and in HanDcapableSean’s case, it’s playing brutally difficult video games really well using his chin.

Sean’s focus is retro gaming, and he’s completed some seriously difficult titles – in many cases without losing a life – such as Actraiser 2, Castlevania, Castlevania 3, Zelda 2, Contra, Ninja Gaiden, Super Mario Bros: Lost Levels and the entire Donkey Kong Country Series, amongst others. More recently, Sean managed to finish Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the NES without dying once. Using his chin!

Using a specially-adapted controller and software which allows him to remap controller inputs (not totally dissimilar to the Hori Flex controller), Sean’s quest to finish insanely hard video games can be followed on Twitch. We’d highly recommend you give his channel a watch and show your support, because this guy’s talents are downright incredible.


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N.F.L. Christmas Schedule: What to Watch For in Today’s Games – The New York Times

It’s not a misprint.

If you’re scrolling through your television listings on Christmas Day, you’ll see two N.F.L. games on the schedule, which could be a bit of a reprieve from the holiday meal and festivities (or from the slate of N.B.A. games).

One of the matchups, on paper, should be better than the other, but both games will feature high-profile stars, including Aaron Rodgers, the league’s reigning most valuable player, as well as Davante Adams, Kyler Murray, Myles Garrett and Jonathan Taylor.

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Warhammer 40,000 Finds New Fans During Pandemic Gaming Boom – The New York Times

Looks like it’s time to break out the games again. Though, if you’re one of thousands of people around the world who play Warhammer, you probably never put it away in the first place.

Warhammer 40,000, a tabletop game set in a dystopian fictional universe, is not new. But a pandemic-fueled frenzy for science fiction and fantasy games like Dungeons & Dragons has introduced it to a whole new group of players.

Often referred to as Warhammer 40k, the game is played on tabletop terrains with models that players assemble, modify and paint. The game itself requires a lot of arithmetic, as well…….