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This is the ultimate "Guinness World Records" book for gamers - now in its fourth edition. Pick up the completely updated "Guinness World Records, Gamer's Edition 2011" and learn all about amazing computer and video-game record breakers from around the world. You'll find out the highest scores, biggest tournaments, largest cash prizes and most successful games ever. It isThis is the ultimate "Guinness World Records" book for gamers - now in its fourth edition. Pick up the completely updated "Guinness World Records, Gamer's Edition 2011" and learn all about amazing computer and video-game record breakers from around the world. You'll find out the highest scores, biggest tournaments, largest cash prizes and most successful games ever. It is packed with thousands of high scores and records, a round-up of key events of the video-gaming year - including reviews of new releases, new consoles and the major tournaments - along with detailed game strategies, interviews with professionals, tips and cheats to improve your play, league tables, bizarre facts and incredible video game trivia....

Title : Guinness World Records 2011: Gamer's Edition
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ISBN : 9780744012613
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 216 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Guinness World Records 2011: Gamer's Edition Reviews

  • Terry
    2019-05-21 21:57

    Isaac “error1” Wehmanen completed Fallout 3 in 30 minutes 9 seconds. Bioshock 2 plus the Minvera’s Den expansion have 189 audio logs and Leon S. Kennedy has 47 unique death animations in Resident Evil 4. This is an example of the variety found in Guinness World Records’ latest collection of video game records. Having spent over a hundred hours playing Fallout 3, I have to imagine error1 missed the point of the game, but more power to him for exploiting glitches to do his speed run. I wish I had made the numerous glitches work for me.Aside from trying to be too 1337, Guinness has put together a great volume and its wealth of current information makes a great case for this being an annual product. The book is divided into genre subdivisions, and they’re smart and thorough. Shooting, for example, is subdivided into First Person, Third Person, 2D Shooters, Online Shooters and Light Guns. Each major subdivision highlights a “Critical Hit” game which exemplifies the field, like Madden NFL for Sports.There’s a mostly modern spin, but classic systems are referenced and there’s plenty of love shown to arcade games. With nods to Farmville (the most popular Facebook game whose most expensive item is a 5,000,000 farm coin/$2835 mansion), Minecraft (among the Best of PC Games), and the iPad (the first 3D iPad game is Flight Control HD), the book isn’t showing any lag.Guinness adds extra value by sprinkling trivia throughout the volume and placing uncredited quotes at the bottom of each page which will have you flipping to the back of the book to prove you guessed the character and game correctly. Finally, Guinness pulls in many lists like the Twin Galaxies scoreboards, Top 50 Game Characters, Best of E3, Golden Joystick and other bests of 2010.Next year I’m looking forward to seeing if someone has unseated Halo 3’s $55 million budget as the Most Expensive FPS Videogame Ever Produced.

  • Teri Gorleski
    2019-05-05 19:58

    I think that this book was one of the greatest books for me with my gaming on my video games with my PS3. It would tell you information on what happend in 2010 with the video games that had came out that year. The releases that happend in 2010 with stidios games is that in the following week the goode games that game out had over 1,000,000 buyers those following weeks. In the book it showed actual photos of studios/creators get game of the year awards, other famous awards for games, and best creators, or studios award. It had familiar games in the book, and other familiar studios, and gamertags/people that I know from my brothers friends.This is the right book for you if you are a gaming freak. Christian

  • Ann
    2019-05-11 01:01

    This is not a book you have to read all the way through because it is interesting to flip to the games you know and love. I am not a gamer at all (this really should be in all caps) but I know some of the games and liked the format. Excellent choice for those teens(and adults) who love anything gaming.

  • Malcolm
    2019-05-12 18:51

    i hated it

  • Simon Wold
    2019-05-16 18:54

    I think this is a helpful book if you want to know if a game is good. And it's fun and interesting.

  • Philipp
    2019-05-08 00:56

    every gamer should read it it tells everything you need to know about games

  • Heather
    2019-04-26 20:49

    Everything you want to know about the gaming world.