If you try such nose wheel landings in a MS Flight Simulator, the simulation makes it collapse.
I was a fan of flight simulator games and I plan to return to virtual piloting when I get a VR gear later. I also played older versions of MSFS and I remember how Hong Kong's now closed Kai Tak airport provided the best challenge for those who fly virtual airliners.CGI planes can do amazing things. They can even land with the thrust reversers deployed (second one).
But real landings can be a bit scary, even without Barb's help.
An interesting, and also scary aspect of the former Hong Kong airport is that the approach was blocked by a mountain because they didn't have any better land on which to build a runway. As such, the pilot was supposed to make an approach to a checker board installed on the mountain and proceed into a crash course until the very last moment of landing.
Then the plane need to hard right turn to reach the runway. And the approach also passes over a crowded part of the city, leaving only a very small room for failure while landing:
When there's strong wind blowing sideways, (called a "crosswind landing") it used to give pilots nightwares as it often resulted in such a stunt like this:
But I suppose that's nothing special since compared to how Barbaria would fly an airliner if she were a pilot: