10 Video Game Records That Will Never Be Broken

10 Video Game Records That Will Never Be Broken




Constant evolution is a part of human nature and thus people have taken a great liking towards the Guinness Book of Records, the publication that indexes all the exceptional things in the world. As gaming has become more and more influential as a medium it was impossible to stay away from the tempting domain of record breaking achievements. In what follows, we will be showcasing 10 amazing video game records that are quite impossible to break.

Thumbnail: Okan Kaya, Australian Gamer who played Call Of Duty For 135 Hours.

Narrator: Davide Arbisi

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11 Comments so far

Baris HayirliPosted on8:47 pm - Dec 26, 2019

I mean that Mario one has a new record

samghost13Posted on9:16 pm - Dec 26, 2019

I played Turok for about 48h using a lil bit of speeding up vitamins ; ) At the end i was so fucked up that i do not realize that i can put that thing in the middle and ending the game i was jumping around seeing things that not existed. It was my first and last 2 Day Marathon. 24h are okey with breaks to eat and rest.

koalla btwPosted on10:14 pm - Dec 26, 2019

I'm sorry but the actual time as of now for super Mario Bros is actually 4:55 and it was done by someone else. One of his competitors actually. And the funny thing is is that it was done on the first attempt of the said to be impossible 4:55 run!

Chris DalePosted on11:09 pm - Dec 26, 2019

I have played all day and night before for two days straight it's not hard stupid but not hard

JonathanPosted on11:34 pm - Dec 26, 2019

5.5 days but at what K/D ? 😛

Cameron StuttsPosted on12:03 am - Dec 27, 2019

Didn’t know you guys were getting awards for this.. should’ve been recording

Deutschland DeutschlandPosted on12:12 am - Dec 27, 2019

i played WoW for over 60 hours without breaks.. it's not so unusual, the game's designed to be played like that …

MolessoPosted on1:56 am - Dec 27, 2019

3:19 transvestigation alert!

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