Rudeism becomes the Goose with incredible Untitled Goose Game controller - Dexerto

Rudeism becomes the Goose with incredible Untitled Goose Game controller

Published: 3/Oct/2019 2:04 Updated: 3/Oct/2019 2:34

by Isaac McIntyre


World of Warcraft with Apex Legends Overwatch with a pizza and baguette.

Now the entertainment streamer has found a way to truly immerse himself in House House’s best-selling Untitled Goose Game, donning a full-body goose-style controller to fully become the feathery character during his October 2 stream.

Rudeism, TwitchRudeism fully became the Untitle Goose Game character with his DIY controller.

The costume-controller was designed with scuba flippers rigged to control the goose’s movements and gloves to control the flapping wings. The pièce de résistance for the get-up was the voice-activated beak, allowing Beck to honk in-game to his heart’s content.

All in all, the full-body controller took Rudeism to another level while he patrolled the cartoonish-landscape of Untitled Goose Game. It all seemed rather tiring for the 29-year-old gaming star, however, and he soon moved from crouching to sitting to play.

“Ahhh, it works! Oh my god, it works. I can’t believe this works, are you serious? Holy shit!” Rudeism cried in joy the first time he tried the controller out, before admitting he might not be able to finish the full game in the get-up.

Not everything is meant to last forever, though, and it seems Beck’s mad-scientist controller was no different. After a few hours the do-it-yourself setup began to fall apart, with wires and cabling tumbling out of the costume and cutting short the fun.

“Goosing got cut a bit short tonight by a faulty wire, but I’ll get it all fixed up for some more tomorrow night!” the streamer promised on Twitter after his stream, and added that he would be returning to the game partly because of the incidental exercise.

“That goose controller might be the most physically demanding thing I’ve ever built. The constant squatting is what does it. Disregard gym, obtain HONKS!”

After the Untitled Goose Game playthrough fell apart, literally, Rudeism returned to one of his old classics — playing Psyonix’s bumper car title Rocket League with a Guitar Hero guitar.

While not everyone is playing the Untitled Goose Game with the full costume and an Xpadder-fueled control system, the second release from Melbourne-based House House developers has been breaking records for its outlandish concept and gameplay.

House HouseUntitled Goose Game has exploded in popularity after its release on September 20.

The initial trailer for the game went viral in 2017, before the Australian creators were signed by US publishing company Panic. Since its release on September 20, the hilarious game fired to #1 on Nintendo Switch’s best selling list, and digital downloads in the US.

One thing’s for sure. Whether you’re dressed up in full feather-like regalia with a beak and stomping your feet with huge flippers, or simply sitting back with a controller, Untitled Goose Game seems here to stay for the foreseeable future, so get used to the honking.


Asmongold defends Forsen after learning the real reason for Twitch ban

Published: 27/Nov/2020 20:11

by Michael Gwilliam


Popular Twitch star ‘Asmongold’ went to bat for fellow streamer Sebastian ‘Forsen’ Fors after the Swede was banned from the platform on November 26.

At first, no one knew the real reason for Forsen’s ban, with some thinking it may have been DMCA-related. However, viewers soon discovered that for a brief moment in a recent broadcast he showed a gif of a horse in a very inappropriate scene.

Despite this, Asmongold decided to stick up for Forsen during his own broadcast and call out Twitch for banning him due to an honest mistake.

“How the f**k is that going to be TOS? If…I don’t understand. You’ve got other people and they’re going around showing Animal Planet,” he explained. “Like you see literal animals killing each other, but you see a horse’s d**k?”

To this, Asmongold makes an interesting point. There are streams on Twitch that document animals in the wild and they can get into some rather freaky situations that, while natural, aren’t exactly the kind of thing you’d show your boss.

“Listen, horses don’t wear clothes, you know that?” the streamer sarcastically stated. “So, if you look at a horse, you’re going to see their d**k. Like, that’s all there is to it. It’s weird, man.”

However, right after making this argument, the streamer learned that it wasn’t just the horse that got Forsen banned, but the girl who was in the gif with the animal that changed the whole conversation. Briefly, anyway.

“Okay, that’s a little bit different,” he confessed. “It’s a little bit more than what I thought it was.”

Despite this, Asmongold still defended Forsen for the mistake of showing the gif. “I don’t think it’s really that big of a deal. You show that for like a second, right? Cause it’s an accident.”

According to the popular World of Warcraft player, one second of footage shouldn’t determine a whole Twitch career. “That seems stupid to me,” he added. “But you know, here we are.”

Unfortunately for Forsen, the streamer says this time, his ban is indefinite and it’s unclear when, if ever, he will be unbanned.

Hopefully, with Asmongold speaking out, Twitch can agree to let this incident slide and let Fors back on the platform so he can stream again.