Jimmy Fallon breaks a random gaming world record

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I feel like every post on The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon opens with one of three things: (1) making fun of Jimmy Fallon, (2) defending Jimmy Fallon because he puts a spotlight on gaming or (3) a combination of the first two. It’s a trend that must be stopped, because the man is going to continue to have games on his show, and we game writers are just going to have to come up with some other way to introduce that fact.

There, I’ve started the ball rolling, and now we can move on to the video above which not only features a man getting slapped in the face with slices of pizza, but also Jimmy Fallon’s attempt to play as many different videogame systems as he can within one minute. He was shooting for 11, but the Wii gave him some trouble, and he only lands nine. However, that is still a world record, according to the Universal Record Database (URDB), which keeps track of every world record… ever.

In fact, Fallon isn’t really the point of this post, the URDB is. It basically track any world record you want to make up. Anything. Check out the site; there’s some awesomely weird stuff going on over there, and details on the rules of Fallon’s attempt.


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