chris-littlechild - June 15, 2015
Remember Nintendo 64 ‘NIIIIINTENDO SIXTY FOOOOOOOOUR' Kid? Of course you do. His high-pitched excitable shrieks and demented buggy-out eyes filled us all with the holiday spirit. And freaked us the hell out. Crazy little bastard.
Still, it's not always terrifying when video games and children collide. Sometimes, even the youngest of urchins can give us a damn good schooling.
Guitar Hero, as we know, can be a big ol' pain in the ass. Through the Fire and Flames or Muse's Knights of Cydonia on higher difficulties? No thanks, buddy boy. Your fingers would need the contortion skills of one of those dudes at the circus to make it through that alive. I didn't even get to the first chorus before that trip to A&E.
But that's because I'm not this little guy. This, right here, is a two-year-old getting his Rage Against the Machine on in a way I never thought possible. Sure, he's not the most technical player, but we won't critique someone who still shits their pants on occasion too harshly. What he lacks in finesse, he sure makes up for in enthusiasm. And world class gurning.
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