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Twitch Streamer somehow beats Metal Gear Solid 2 with a Dance Pad

“I completed Metal Gear Solid 2 on a dance platform, something I thought would be impossible.”


The well-known Twitch streamer known as RealKittyRawr has just announced that he pulled off a somewhat bizarre achievement, beating the stealth game Metal Gear Solid 2 using nothing more than a dance platform. This rather impressive gameplay feat required about nine hours of time in total, well below the average gameplay time, at least according to the stats compiled on the How Long to Beat platform.


“Hey I completed Metal Gear Solid 2 on a dance floor which I thought would be impossible,” RealKittyRawr posted on the social media platform Twitter. “Metal Gear Solid 3 now?” The transmitter went on to say “less than nine hours, I’ll take it!”

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RealKittyRawr is no stranger to beating video games on a dance floor, having completed several entries in the Resident Evil series on this particular type of device. Metal Gear Solid 3 seems to be “definitely next”, but the streamer currently has quick runs of Bayonetta 3, Persona 3 and Silent Hill 3 on his schedule.

Several other streamers have recently gained notoriety for beating bosses while using a dance floor, most notably the notoriously difficult Malenia in the Elden Ring RPG. MissMikkaa accomplished exactly this just a couple of weeks ago, noting on Twitter that “Malenia has been defeated! After three days and 199 attempts, Malenia is dead in the Ultimate Challenge Run, where she played Elden Ring twice simultaneously with a dance pad and controller. At first, he wasn’t even sure if this race was possible.

This comes on the heels of news that soldiers have been fooling an AI targeting system using a tactic straight out of the Metal Gear Solid franchise, hiding under a cardboard box. “You could hear them giggling all the time like Bugs Bunny in a Looney Tunes cartoon, sneaking up on Elmer Fudd in a cardboard box,” noted researcher Paul Scharre in the recently published book Four Battlegrounds: Power in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.

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