A Twitch streamer has managed to beat the original 'Kingdom Hearts' using a 'Dance Dance Revolution' pad.

In a sure sign that 2022 is an Andy Kaufman-level practical joke, Twitch streamer MomoPkmn95 beat the original 'Kingdom Hearts' using the pad for 'Dance Dance Revolution' and even managed to beat the games' bosses using the pad.

"I became curious about using a dance pad as a PS2 controller," MomoPkmn95 told PCGamesN.

"The idea worked, however, it was very limiting," they added.

There was some effort required to get the "right PC setup," but in the end, MomoPkmn95 even managed to beat all of the superbosses in the game.

The streamer was inspired by Twitch streamers beating 'Dark Souls' using a 'Rock Band' drum set, and decided to do something a bit novel.

More recently, streamers have taken to defeating bosses in 'Elden Ring' using just bananas, proving that gamers are the best and brightest creative minds on the planet.

Highlights can be seen on their YouTube channel, and the run is as delightfully barmy as you'd expect.

The 'Kingdom Hearts' games are famous for their complex lore and deep RPG mechanics, so seeing someone dance their way through the game is a brilliant exercise in absurdity.

'Kingdom Hearts' has boss fights with the likes of Sephiroth, and seeing them dispatched with the power of dance needs to be seen to be believed.

The original 'Kingdom Hearts' launched in 2002 and has spawned a dense and epic series comprising of spin-offs, prequels, sequels and everything in between, with 2019's 'Kingdom Hearts 3' introducing the franchise to a new generation of fans.