Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition

Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition
Most hardcore gamers are pretty confident in their gaming abilities; often sporting egos that rival the size of their games collection. But idle boasting and trash-talk will only get you so far. If you truly want to prove your mettle in the gaming arena, then getting your name in the Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition is the only way to go about it. In association with world gaming authority Twin Galaxies, the Guinness World Records committee has compiled its first annual Gamer’s Edition.
In addition to listing the high score holders for hundreds of arcade and video games, the book comes packed with more gaming trivia than you can shake a joystick at. For your chance to win this amazing compendium, check out the following slideshow and answer the question at the end.

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