Streamer beats the whole Souls series and Bloodborne without taking a hit

Streamer beats the whole Souls series and Bloodborne without taking a hit screenshot

Can you consider completing a From Software recreation without getting hit? How about five video games, again to again? And to make the problem much more despicable, when you reduce to rubble, it’s important to get started over at the first recreation. Twitch streamer The Happy Hob ^(https://www.twitch.tv/the_happy_hob/videos) has carried out the near-impossible. He’s cleared the “god run.”

This week, after numerous heartbreaks and shut calls, the streamer finished a stupefying no-hit gauntlet of Bloodborne, Dark Souls II, Dark Souls, Demon’s Souls, and Dark Souls III, in that order.

Here’s the aggravating ultimate struggle in Dark Souls III. (Warning: it is about to get loud up in right here.)

And this is the heartwarming victory pose.

The Happy Hob hugged his dog after finishing the Souls god run.

The complete five-game run took over 16 hours to conclude, and it is insanity. Absolute insanity. I am suffering to grab the uncooked mechanical ability and sheer strength of will had to pull off one thing like this. Even as a viewer, my nerves are frayed. I will’t fathom how The Happy Hob assists in keeping his cool.

His wild accomplishment did not move neglected. The Dark Souls Twitter account presented its congrats.

While the god run was once surmounted in time for Sekiro ^(http://appmarsh.com/review-in-progress-sekiro-shadows-die-twice-545437.phtml), one thing tells me a wreck is lengthy past due.


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