In celebration of the January 18th launch of LittleBigPlanet 2, we’ll be partnering with Guinness World Records next week to set five new records over a three-day period.
I wont be there
in Florida tomorrow or playing my Xbox or sunbathing or cleaning dog shit or searching up the Xbox failure rate (around 30% btw) Thanks for making it clear that this is a thread to post irrelevant information in. :D
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i will be there
Good promotion for LittleBigPlanet. Good to see Sony pushing this title out there more.
The Guinness World Records to be set include: 1. Longest marathon playing LittleBigPlanet 2 2. Longest marathon playing a platform video game 3. Most video game genres played in one video game in 24 hours 4. Most user-generated video game levels played in 24 hours 5. Most user-generated video game levels played in a marathon LittleBigPlanet 2 will also be recognized for the following records: 1. Most gaming genres in one video game 2. Most player-created levels in one video game I will see the Live stream.
I am going to stream it live. If I won't be in College.
If any game can break these records you can bet LBP2 can.
I think this mostly just proves how stupid and pointless Guinness records have become. Although LBP2 will kick ass.
true maybe, but what really should be in the guinness records? who can throw a stick the furthest, longest little toenail ever, largest ball of twine? it's always been full of stupid pointless records.
I agree i think guinness holds a record for almost anything, causing it to be a bit pointless, but this is still cool news
interesting glad to see games (and good ones at that) appear in guinness =) just good promotion!
This is stupid. Guinness Book should say this is stupid & tell SONY we'll come if youre going to break a sales record!
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