A Tampa Bay gamer says his love for gaming goes all the way back to getting a Nintendo Entertainment System from his dad as a gift.
Kyle Romano says he played the machine until it broke, and he continued to play growing up.
Kyle isn’t an ordinary gamer. He plays using his chin, lip and what little he has of his left shoulder to manipulate the controller.
Kyle doesn’t have any limbs.
His limbs had to be amputated as a baby after meningococcemia, a rare form of meningitis snuck into his body and took over.
That doesn’t stop him from competing with other gamers.
Bobby Lewis shares Kyle’s journey from limbless to ‘LIMBITLESS’ Monday night at 11.
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