Fame is not eternal: world records are broken in the GDR
We started writing about a guy from Minnesota whoReceived this week The Guinness guys announced that he holds the new record for "longest playing time in a rhythm or dance game." The happy, Alexander Skudlarek danced no less than 16 hours and 18 consecutive minutes in Konami's long-standing hit, Dance Dance Revolution, in front of the committee's observers.
As we write, we have discovered that there is already a new contender for the crown. According to rumors, Travis Houk played DDR X2, the last arcade game in the series, for - it is recommended to sit - 40 hours and 2 minutes in a row. He's still waiting for the examiners' approval, but it looks like if Alex wants to regain first place, he'll have to get back on the dance floor as soon as possible.
If you are trying to get in shape, we invite you to do so in a creative way and try your luck atDDR. It is also possible not to. To us it sounds too painful.