Watch Jimmy Fallon create new video game world records

Can Jimmy Fallon break the world record for most video game systems played simultaneously?

June 25, 2013
Jimmy Fallon

During Jimmy Fallon’s Video Game Week, the Late Night talk show host was adamant on breaking a number of records, and to celebrate the theme of the week, he attempted something that no one has ever done – play 5 video game systems at the same time.

Fallon tackles Dance Dance Revolution Supernova, River Rush on Kinect, Street Fighter X Tekken on PS3, Grand Slam Tennis on Nintendo Wii and Super Mario Bros on NES (with an advanced controller) all at the same time.

The comedian-turned-host manages to accomplish his goal as the team from RecordSetter were officiating the attempt, making it an official world record.

And for a little bonus, you’ll also get to see the world record for “biggest toothbrush circle” broken.

Check out the video below:

For an extra bit of world record bragging-rights, Fallon also gets a whole group to dress up like Ryu from Street Fighter in order to create a world record for the fastest 20 Hadoukens, as well as the most Nintendo cartridges blown in 20 seconds.

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Tags: active, Fallon, Jimmy Fallon, Late Night, video, video game week, World record

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