10 Video Game World Records That Were Complete Lies

Did these gamers genuinely think they could get away with cheating forever?

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24 thoughts on “10 Video Game World Records That Were Complete Lies”

  1. You should do one where it's fastest speed runs by comparison to the normal playtime. I think that would be very interesting. (To be clear, you could find a scale of how fast the speedrun was by dividing the normal playtime by the time the speedrun took in minutes).

    Thanks for the quality content!😗👌


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