What If I Told You, That You Can Use Bananas To Play Dark Souls 3?

What If I Told You, That You Can Use Bananas To Play Dark Souls 3?

Pen is mightier than the sword.

Bananas are mightier than the sword.

Weird, right?

The twitch streamer ‘TheSuperScrubs’ used a bizzare method of using bananas to defeat Dark Souls 3’s bosses, and later documented it on Twitter. The streamer used a banana controller, that works on the mechanism of a Makey Makey system.

The makey makey system splits every possible input signal through a miniature circuit board and directs each of those inputs to a separate fruit, thus making those fruits act as buttons. TheSuperScrubs used 10 bananas and hence 10 varied inputs, which comprise of W, A, S, D, left-click, right-click, space, left ctrl, left alt and one for the mouse’s rolling wheel.

Surprisingly, the streamer had only 16 deaths overall, while using the banana controller. It would have been harder to have lesser deaths even with the usual PC controls. As expected, the social media was skeptical about this, as people claimed that this could be accomplished only by a gamer who is good at Dark Souls 3.

Nevertheless, if it’s stupid and it works, it isn’t stupid.

Let’s just say, the streamer literally went bananas over Dark Souls 3.

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5 Things You Would Have Missed In The Destiny 2’s Reveal Trailer

5 Things You Would Have Missed In The Destiny 2’s Reveal Trailer

Last week, Destiny fans got to witness the highly anticipated sequel’s new reveal trailer. While the trailer is gripping and entertaining through the end, many would have missed certain details that appear in it. To bring those moments back to you, here are the 5 things that you would have missed in the trailer.

Lord Shaxx Survived the Attack on the Last City

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As seen in the picture above, the Crucible Quartermaster Lord Shaxx is being seen with the guardians surrounding Commander Zavala. It looks like he survived that last attack and has returned in the sequel to avenge the fallen.

Various Cabal Units

Destiny fans would know who the Cabal are and how they look like. But, going by the rule book to any sequel, Destiny 2 will feature new Cabal units that vary in personalities and attack style. This is an old time strategy to spice things up and introduce new enemies. One such unit looks like a hound with a shark’s head.

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This freak show looks like a creation made by a super psycho maniac, who wants to mess things up among the already messed-up things.

Luckily, the next Cabal unit looks a bit sane.

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It seems to pose a threat by weilding twin solar blades and has a centurion’s gear. These units can prove a real tank on the battlefield.

Ikora Rey is a Stormcaller

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If you are wondering what Warlock subclass Ikora Rey is, she is a stormcaller. If she has already been one, it makes one wonder as to why she wasn’t added to the game until The Taken King expansion.

Cayde-6 Wields Ace of Spades

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Speaking of the Taken King expansion, it roped in a bunch of class-specific exotics along with it. The Hunter class’ exotic is the Ace of Spades, which was originally thought to be a Cayde-6 inspired weapon. But, it appears that it actually is his weapon in the first place.

The Tower Is No More

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While addressing the guardians, Commander Zavala states that the Cabal led by Ghaul have destoryed the city along with the tower. Cayde adds more information to it, that the vaults are also destroyed along with it, which means all the player items are gone too.

That being said, the guardians must form a strong army to fight against the Cabal and kill Ghaul and retake their city back from them. How the players get to do this forms the rest of the story.

Destiny 2’s Gameplay Event Will Go Live On May 18

Destiny 2’s Gameplay Event Will Go Live On May 18

Destiny 2’s domination over the video game media continues, as Bungie keeps revealing new information to the fans. Following the relatively important details, Bungie threw some light about an upcoming live event.

While the fans are relishing Destiny 2’s thrilling and hilarious announce trailer, Bungie revealed that there will be a gameplay livestream event held on May 18. The broadcast is set to focus on the variety of fun and action, the game has to offer.

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The entire duration of the livestream will offer a peek at the game’s missions and how significantly the gameplay has changed since its prequel. The event will also show the huge difference in the interaction between the players and the game’s content. This is the very part, that the fans are excited to witness.

That being said, there might not be any considerable change in the gameplay, provided a few differences as stated before.