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Guinness World Records 2010 Edition Reveals Top Video Game Records

Guinness World Records 2010 Edition Reveals Top Video Game Records

Platform: Nintendo Wii
Category: Miscellaneous

The new Guinness World Records 2010 edition is almost out and that means an open book on the best the interactive world has to offer! Capping off the end of the first decade of the 21st Century with the world's best resource for all things record-breaking, the Guinness World Records 2010 book includes numerous interactive records for joystick jammers, fighting fanatics and tech tinkerers of all ages!

Some of the jaw-dropping new records from Guinness World Records 2010 include:

• The Largest Collection of Playable Gaming Systems - Richard Leece (USA) owns 483 unique video gaming systems.

• Most Expensive Home Flight Simulator Cockpit - Matthew Sheil (Australia) has spent eight years constructing a flight simulator cockpit costing $300,000.

• Largest "Rickroll" - The biggest online "Rickroll" occurred on April 1, 2008, when all the featured links on YouTube's front page linked to the music video. The same month, Survey USA estimated that at least 18 million Americans had been "Rickrolled".

Having sold more than 100 million copies to date, the world's best selling copyright book hits stores September 17th completely updated and ready to pwn even the most jaded of gamers from across the globe!

Let me know if you are interested in receiving additional information, artwork or a book for review coverage and/or giveaways. For more information on the book and to check out record-breaking videos and get the newest facts and figures visit: www.guinnessworldrecords.com.


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