Records Set For Hadoukens, Blowing Into Nintendo Cartridges
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Last week was game week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The host got the chance to play PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U games. However, the host also managed to set a few video game-related world records while he was at it.
Fallon brought officials from recordsetter.com on to his late night show last week to set a few records. Of course, being Jimmy Fallon, the records set were relatively silly. One involved a line of people dressed as Ryu from Capcom’s Street Fighter games firing off 20 “hadoukens” in around 38 seconds. Another involves a member of The Roots blowing into as many Nintendo cartridges as possible withing 20 seconds:
In addition to those records, Fallon also had audience members form a circle and brush each other’s teeth, creating the record for largest toothbrushing circle. Fallon topped it all off by playing five video games at once. To accomplish the feat, he used a Kinect game on the Xbox 360; one-handed both Street Fighter X Tekken for PS3 and Grand Slam Tennis for the Wii, used an NES Advantage controller with his mouth, and stood on an arcade version of a Dance Dance Revolution title: