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I remember being a kid in elementary school and memorizing every statistic in the Guinness Book of World records. From longest fingernails to the fastest roller coaster, my friends and I were obsessed. Now, you can share this enjoyment of OCD with your child through the Guinness’ Gamer Edition. This is the 2012 edition and if you are really hardcore you can purchase the 2011 and 2010 versions as well.
Pro Tip: Warning to the wise, judging by the reviews this book is for 10 year olds, not adults. I repeat, this book seems to be for kids and you will probably be disappointed if you are buying it for yourself. If you want a book to read that is targeted to adults be sure to check out Classic Home Video Games, 1985-1988: A Complete Reference Guide.
Speaking of classic games, I almost guarantee you never saw the end of the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ending. Well here it is, over 20 years later. Enjoy.
Feel free to drop a comment with the video games that you thought were the hardest to beat as a kid.