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Dragon Ball FighterZ player uses keytar - Wins matches
By Sam Jones - 6th Feb 2018News
The Rock Band controller is mightier than the sword
A Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament player bossed a number of opponents by using a keytar - the Rock Band 3 keyboard controller.
Canadian gamer Gregory Chow made it to the last 8 out of 27 players in the Revenge of the 6ix: DBFZ Edition tournament, held on February 3rd at Red Bull 381 in Toronto. As reported by Eventhubs, Greg defeated at least five players using the controller - a master of the music and martial arts it seems. The gaming community has called for Greg and other players to take it to the next level, with some suggesting that the drum kit controller should be his next weapon of choice!
Footage captured shows Greg in action with the keytar, in the Round of 12, cruising to a comfortable 2-0 victory. Despite a slight slip up using Goku's Super Kamehameha in an upwards motion, which gave his opponent the opportunity to land a 'Family Kamehameha' (Goten assist) with Adult Gohan, Greg managed to regain his composure and win the match.
His skill with the keytar was so good, he only had one character downed during both matches.
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