Guinness World Records: The Videogame - Nintendo Wii

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  • With more than 35 different stunts based on real Guinness World Records, the whole family or a group of friends have a shot at becoming a record breaker
  • Compete online with other challengers from around the world to be the Virtual Guinness World Record Holder
  • Get listed in the actual Guinness World Records archives by earning the highest worldwide score on any stunt
  • Travel the world to compete in crazy record-breaking stunts such as - Fastest Time to Crush Watermelons With Your Head, Fastest Time to Eat a Plane, Fastest Time to Shear a Sheep, and many more
  • As you explore the globe, stand on specific hot-spots to reveal interesting facts about records that have been broken in that location

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

Go head to head against your friends and family to be the ultimate world record holder! Compete in more than 35 different challenges based on real life world records in your quest to become the record breaker. Then post your scores online and see how you rate against other competitors around the world. The game's quick-fire action challenges can be played solo, in teams, or in competitive multi-player groups. Players are able to compete for the ultimate prize – the chance to be listed in the official Guinness World Records book!

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Platform:Nintendo Wii
ASIN B001EAWM56
Release date November 11, 2008
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4.0 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #13,245 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
My girlfriend and I got this game because we wanted to get some fun mini-games. We are in our mid-twenties and we found ourselves playing this game for hours. We finally beat 100 percent of the game after almost two weeks. The games are very addictive because the more you play it the more confident you feel that if you play one of the mini games just one more time you will surely break a new console, regional, national, or world record.

This videogame has pretty good variety. The key for some of the games is to shake the Wii remotes as fast as possible, while others look for how fast your reaction time is and how well you are able to time and control your moves. We found some of the games where you had to shake the remote as fast as possible physically demanding. We preferred the games that required good timing and control, like the longest burp, most dominoes toppled, the longest fingernails, land speed record, and longest bicycle jump.

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1. The game guide doesn't provide a good explanation of how the game works. It is a good idea to go to the official website for the game to see game hints and world standings.
2. Some of the games work well to have one person control the remote and the other control the nunchuck. We were able to get a world record of 115 (the maximum) for the arrow catching by having two people play.
3. When we first started playing the game we played against the pre-set records in the game before we connected the game to Wi-fi to get the REAL regional, national, and world records. This allowed us to collect more money to purchase the additional items that are needed to beat the game.
4. Most of the games follow the same pattern every time so the more you play it the more you are able to play it from memory.
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This game is so much fun! There are so many games in it ranging from smashing watermelons with your head, balancing a bus on your head, growing the world's longest fingernails, tatooing the most skin (more like coloring inside the lines quickly), sheering sheep, plucking turkeys, eating cockroaches, building skyscrapers, jumping on pogo sticks, throwing washing machines as far as you can, and so much more. Everyone who has played it has wanted it.

This game is so addictive. You want to play just one more time. As soon as you set a record, you want to immediately try to beat it. I really don't know how you conquer the game because you want to continue to beat your last score.

Each game has different levels of accomplishment: session winner, personal best, console record, regional record, national record, and world record. There is always something more you can achieve.

I 100% recommend this game for children and adults alike.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Customization - limited, but not bad, you have to get high scores to unlock more clothing which have nice textures or silly costumes. You give your country & region/state so if you get a high enough score, it goes on their site & shows world's, national & regional. Make sure you connect your wii to your wireless router to update or you'll make the world's record easily.
Gameplay - Graphics are as simplistic as possible, but there's a lot of details & great sounds effects. Menu system is a huge globe & running around it to find the 3D pop-up connected to that area. Each pop-up area has a set of 3 mini games, each of which 2 are locked, the 2nd costs 1,000 & the 3rd costs 5,000 points. The points awarded are stingy, even with high scores, you'll have to do some games several times to get enough to unlock the 2nd tier games & then run around again & play several times your favs to unlock the 3rd games.
Scoring - since everything is time based more/less, you can only get higher score going faster then your last time. There is a qualifying record & secret record to beat. I'm not sure what they do other then getting certificates in the same area as your customization area.
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This game is a riot! What simple, fun, and hilarious variety of challenges. Most are quick and relatively simple to learn and thus very addictive to try to keep bettering your score. The games are comical and silly and don't take much higher thinking at all. I'm not sure why there are so few reviews on it. I got it based purely on the comercial trailer and am not dissappointed in the least. We've been playing it on and off all day long. The other winner today has been Outdoor Active Life!
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We love this game. My kids (age 6 and 10) are very competitive and this is a fun way for them to explore their competitiveness. They also love the "incredibleness" of the whole Guiness records culture, so it's perfect for them...and Mom and Dad like to get in on the fun from time to time.
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