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Watch blind player proving he’s the best in Street Fighter

We all wish we can achieve and conquer the hardest challenges in video games, but have we ever thought about doing this challanges without the ability to see?


BlindWarriorSven lost the use of his eyes at the age of six but realized that he could still play Street Fighter II. As each character’s movements make different sounds, he learned how to play the game using only audio cues.

Playing as Ken, BlindWarriorSven opened up with a jump-in attack but was quickly met by The Master’s anti-air punch. This led to a swift and brutal rush of attacks as The Master advanced on Sven with a number of low kicks that made way for combos, ended the single-round challenge.

A second attempt proved to be more promising for the Netherlands-based player as he hit the retry option. The fight opened once again with BlindWarriorSven jumping in to attack his opponent. This time, however, it landed and opened up into a combo that forced Ryu into the corner. A short fireball game ensures until Sven hopped over a hadoken to continue damaging The Master.

The match saw The Master play aggressively and claim a significant amount of Ken’s health. However, BlindWarriorSven’s playstyle finished Ryu off 52 seconds into the round.

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