In July of 2010 late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon attempted to play ten different games on ten different consoles in one minute. He only played nine. Not ten, but still impressive, at least until Ohio's Ryan Sullivan did 13.
Recorded in the RecordSetter Book of World Records, Ryan Sullivan's record-breaking feat took place yesterday at anime convention Ohayacon. After a slow start and a bit of a mishap with the pause button in Street Fighter, Ryan managed to fire off his final shot in Missile Command for Atari 2600 at the last possible second.
What makes the feat even more impressive is Ryan's game selection. Gex? Who plays Gex anymore, other than maybe comedian Dana Gould in between bouts of cradling the controller and weeping?
Check out the full list of games played below.
Super Nintendo: Super Mario World
Wii: Wii Sports Resort Bowling
Xbox 360: Super Street Fighter IV
GameCube: Super Smash Bros. Melee
NES: The Legend of Zelda
Dreamcast: Crazy Taxi
Sega Genesis: Sonic the Hedgehog
Xbox: Halo 2
PlayStation 2: Rolling Thunder (Namco Museum)
Sega Saturn: Revolution X
PlayStation 3: Tekken 3 (Think he means 6?)
Atari 2600: Missile Command
He also brings home the award for most time spent playing Revolution X this decade.
Ohio gaming champion beats Jimmy Fallon video game record [The Examiner]