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  • Blog Post: Guinness World Records 2012 Gamer’s Edition Preview

    Want to know where the largest working NES controller is located? Or which console game features the most downloadable content? Or how many Star Wars games have been produced over the last three decades? You probably didn’t until we brought it up, but now you’re curious. “The 2012 book... More
  • Blog Post: Smashed: Deleted Scenes From The Guinness Marathon

    You may remember that back in August we released a full documentary about four Game Informer editors attempting to break the Guinness World Record for longest marathon of a fighting game by playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl for over 27 hours. Our cameras were able to capture an unhealthy amount of couch... More
  • Blog Post: Smashed: The Guinness Marathon Documentary

    When Dan first told me that he was planning an attempt to claim the Guinness world record for longest fighting game marathon I knew that we needed to set up a live stream so that fans could follow along and interact with the Game Informer crew that consisted of Dan Ryckert, Jeff Cork, Tim Turi, and Ben... More
  • Blog Post: Update: Gaming Marathon Fan Art/Photo Blog

    Despite the marathon ending successfully on Monday morning, we have continued to receive some impressive artwork from viewers. We cannot thank them enough for their time, so we wanted to update this story to show off their work. Amy Ellis sent in this masterpiece, although she apologized for the lack... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer Editors Set Six Gaming World Records

    Original Story: Last March, four of us set a Guinness World Record for Longest Fighting Game Marathon. We gunned for the Guinness book again this weekend, but one record wasn't enough this time. As those who watched the live stream know, we set up shop in the GI conference room and played all weekend... More
  • Blog Post: Game Informer Editors Set Guinness World Record

    Earlier this year, a copy of Guinness World Records 2011: Gamer’s Edition showed up at our office. I spent some time flipping through its pages, amused at records for high scores in Donkey Konga and minigames from Zelda. As I continued reading it, I started thinking about getting in the book myself... More
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