VTubers (fully known as Virtual YouTuber) have been incredibly popular over the last decade. I’m used to seeing real people playing video games voicing these digital characters, but I don’t see anything so weird every day …

Japanese VTuber’Cornet‘-With 1.7 million subscribers on YouTube-recently aired a game stream that played a gyro-enabled GBA Classic using GameCube instead of Game Boy Advance. Made in Wario around!.. She couldn’t stream using the GBA, so she just connected the “whole console” instead. It was pretty hard to play, but as you can see above, it was a lot of experience.

Obviously, the WarioWare Twisted gyro feature! Are all in cartridges, so all you have to do is plug them into a working device (in this case the GameCube GBA player). Perhaps what makes this so unique is the fact that it’s VTuber-perhaps no one could have imagined this when the game was first released on 2004/05.

If you’re still wondering what this really looks like, the response to the tweet above shows how this same method (using the GBA player) is being used by speed runners. .. Korokoro Kirby Tilt N Tumble:

And what this looked like on the side of the cornet:

It’s so neat that I can’t imagine shaking or moving the GameCube to help in the long run. Therefore, if you decide to give it a try, do so at your own risk.

What do you think of the crazy idea in combination with VTuber? Have you tried playing a gyro game on GameCube? Have you ever heard of Sonic becoming a VTuber?Speaking of Sonic, Corone has appeared in the latest work Sonic the Hedgehog Anniversary Video.. Please leave your thoughts below.