Kingdom Hearts Fan Dances Through The First Game Using DDR Pad

A Kingdom Hearts The player proved she was capable of very sophisticated footwork by beating the opener with the use of a GDR dance mat. This isn’t the first time this unusual controller choice has come up; a dedicated player has defeated the final boss of Ring of Elden roughly the same way.

The success of the arcade game dance dance revolution is arguably what kickstarted the rhythm game genre into what it is today. With a multitude of releases over the years since 1999, both in arcades and on home consoles, GDR has maintained its popularity as a classic gaming experience for over 20 years now. Until the advent of just dance on Wii in 2009, dance dance revolution was the quintessential dance-based video game and remains a staple in arcades to this day. This enduring legacy has led to the franchise receiving some unusual but impressive nods and homages over the years, including an incredible recreation of GDR in Minecraft.

Using one of the game’s iconic dance pads as a controller for other games is an unusual idea, but the results speak for themselves. PCGamesN reports that Twitch streamer MomoPkmn95 was inspired to make his rhythm attempt to play Kingdom Hearts after watching other players beat tough titles like dark souls with similar equipment. MomoPkmn95 first came up with the idea of ​​using a dance pad to play games on the PS2 a while back, although setting it up wasn’t without its challenges. She reportedly found this too limiting on her first attempt, and later shelved the idea until she could upgrade her computer systems to compensate. Luckily, over time, that happened, allowing her audience to watch her dance through Kingdom Hearts, even beating the likes of secret boss Sephiroth. Defeating a boss with a dance pad is no small feat, and MomoPkmn95’s accomplishment has deservedly earned him some well-deserved praise.

MomoPkmn95 has now uploaded two videos covering their gameplay on YouTube, one covering main game highlights and another featuring battles against Kingdom Hearts‘Superboss. The game is widely regarded as one of the greatest of all time, even considering the fact that along with its sequels, it produced a notoriously convoluted timeline. It was this popularity that led to the protagonist Sora being heralded as the latest addition to the Super Smash Bros Ultimate roster, an instant hit with fans of both series after years of requests for Sora’s inclusion.

It can be a lot of fun for audiences to watch streamers play various games under harsh conditions. Using unusual controller setups is one of those challenges and is usually rare to see due to its inherent difficulty. The issue of hotkeys needs to be addressed, for example, which in the worst case can lead to questions about whether success is even physically possible. But time and time again, players have found a way to make this type of setup work. Using a dance pad like MomoPkmn95 has become an oddly popular choice in this regard, leading to successful playthroughs of games like underworld. This clearly energetic style of play for Kingdom Hearts brings new meaning to the idea of ​​heart-pounding action, which suits Sora’s battles against the Heartless very well.

Sources: PCGamesN, MomoPkmn95/YouTube (1, 2)


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A Kingdom Hearts player has proven herself to be capable of some very fancy footwork by beating the first game with the use of a DDR dance pad. This is not the first time that this unusual choice of controller has come up; one dedicated gamer defeated the final boss of Elden Ring in much the same way.
The success of the arcade game Dance Dance Revolution is arguably what kickstarted the rhythm game genre into becoming what it is today. With a multitude of releases over the years since 1999, both in arcades and on home consoles, DDR has maintained its popularity as a classic gaming experience for over 20 years now. Until the advent of Just Dance on the Wii in 2009, Dance Dance Revolution was the quintessential dancing-based video game, and remains a fixture in arcades to this day. This enduring legacy has led to the franchise receiving some unusual, but impressive nods and tributes over the years, including one amazing recreation of DDR in Minecraft.

Using one of the game’s iconic dance pads as a controller for other games is an unusual idea, but the results speak for themselves. PCGamesN reports that Twitch streamer MomoPkmn95 was inspired to make her rhythmic attempt at playing Kingdom Hearts after watching other gamers beating difficult titles like Dark Souls with similar equipment. MomoPkmn95 first had the idea to use a dance pad to play games on the PS2 some time ago, although setting this up was not without difficulty. She reportedly found it too limiting during her initial attempt, and subsequently shelved the idea until she could improve her computer systems to compensate. Fortunately, in time, this came to pass, allowing her audience to watch her dance through Kingdom Hearts, beating even the likes of secret boss Sephiroth. Defeating a boss with a dance pad is no mean feat, and MomoPkmn95’s accomplishment has rightfully won her some well-deserved praise.

MomoPkmn95 has now uploaded two videos covering her playthrough to YouTube, one which covers highlights from the main game and another featuring the fights against Kingdom Hearts‘ Superbosses. The game is widely considered to be one of the all-time greats, even when considering the fact that together with its sequels it produced a notoriously complicated timeline. It was this popularity that led to protagonist Sora being announced as the final addition to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster, an instant hit with fans of both series after years of requests for Sora’s inclusion.
It can be very entertaining for audiences to watch streamers playing various games under challenging conditions. The usage of unusual controller set-ups is one such challenge, and is something that is generally rare to see due to its inherent difficulty. The issue of key bindings needs to be addressed, for example, which in the worst cases can lead to questions of whether success is even physically possible. But time and time again, gamers have found a way to make these kinds of setups work. Using a dance pad like MomoPkmn95 has become a strangely popular choice in this regard, leading to successful playthroughs of games like Hades. This clearly energetic play style for Kingdom Hearts gives new meaning to the idea of heart-pounding action, which is quite fitting for Sora’s battles against the Heartless.
Sources: PCGamesN, MomoPkmn95/YouTube (1, 2)

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