Donkey Kong Jungle Beat is a game for the Nintendo Gamecube that uses special bongos as a controller. The bongo controller has already been used by numerous players in the past to play through various games. Including titles such as Dark Souls and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

Donkey Kong Bongos in Call of Duty: Vanguard

While that’s quite an achievement, it gets more interesting when players use the bongos in multiplayer games. That’s how the Twitch streamer DeanoBeano did it Get over 100 kills and assists in the new Call of Duty: Vanguard with the bongos.

The streamer is known for use various things as controllers for Call of Duty titles, and the Donkey Kong Bongos are probably still one of the more conventional input devices.

In one Conversation with Kotaku Deano explained that he was through Super Louis 64 who used the bongos in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The controller has only five buttons including the start button. So the streamer had to do a lot of work to be able to use all the functions of the game.

Clever relinking allowed the streamer to aim, shoot, crouch, and everything else you do in Call of Duty titles. Of course, his opponents do not know that they have just been defeated by someone with the Donkey Kong Bongos, but at least his viewers on Twitch can report this success.

You can find the entire bongo match on the DeanoBeano’s Twitch Channel. The streamer also has a TikTok channel in which he among other things, Fall Guys plays with a drum kit.

All about Activision Blizzard, the maker of the Call of Duty series, there are currently numerous sexism, harassment and discrimination scandals, which we summarized in detail some time ago.

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