10 Video Game Records That Will Never Be Broken

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10 Gamers Who Tragically Died Playing Videogames

Gaming is not generally viewed as a strenuous activity, but for those who push things to the limit playing marathon sessions, it can get pretty intense. Becoming too addicted to a certain video game may prove to be a problem for your social life, but when you neglect the signals your body is telling you it’s possible to suffer dire consequences. It seems crazy, but gaming can result in a dangerous combination of stress and sitting still. While gaming remember to stay hydrated, eat healthy snacks, and get up to go for a walk every once in a while. Narrator: Davide Arbisi http://www.fraghero.com http://www.facebook.com/fraghero

10 Most Expensive Items in Games That Cost a Fortune

It’s not about pay to win, it’s about spending money on the most ludicrous in-game items that most of the time offer nothing except an esthetic value. Some players have made a habit from buying all kinds of rare items with the sole purpose of collecting them. But there are also games that encourage you to trade, speculate the market and make quite a profit from buying and selling expensive objects. The reason why people go to such lengths to achieve these items is not so important now, because we will be focusing exclusively on a list with 10 of the most expensive in game items that really cost a fortune. Narrator: Davide Arbisi http://www.fraghero.com http://www.facebook.com/fraghero

10 Most Difficult Games Even The Developers Couldn't Beat

Gaming is all about competition: against opponents, against your own self and in some cases against the video game you’re playing. When they first emerged as a means of entertainment, video games were created to be challenging enough so that they would keep the players hyped for a long time and even though, nowadays, the difficulty has been toned down a notch, you can still find some games that aim to test your skills. Notorious for being hellishly hard, here are 10 of the most difficult games ever made! Narrator: Davide Arbisi http://www.fraghero.com http://www.facebook.com/fraghero

10 secrets in games that took years to find

There are gamers who dedicate their lives to find all the easter eggs and secrets developers have put in their games. But there are also secrets that remain undiscovered for decades. In this video we take a look at ten secrets that remained hidden for many, many years! Let us know if you knew about any of these. Now enjoy 10 secrets in video games that took gamers years to find! Super Mario World - Big Boo We kick off this list with a monumental discovery. 26 years after the release of Super Mario World on the Super Nintendo someone discovered the Giant Boo is actually killable. For over two decades we have been running away from this big Boo, but all we needed to do is slide down a slope and hit him to kill him. Final Fantasy IX - A new quest If you ever thought you played every single quest from Final Fantasy IX, you might want to think again. Thirteen years after the game released in 2000, a new quest was discovered for this Playstation 1 role playing game. At multiple points during the game you need to go to a hideout to discover new members of a family. Halo 3 - Happy Birthday Lauren Halo 3 was an awesome conclusion of the first Halo trilogy. Ever since the release in 2007 gamers have been searching for easter eggs and clues in every level. But nobody expected this secret. On December 25th you would need to boot the game. Once the loading screen begins, hold down both thumbsticks and you would get a panned out view on the Halo ring. GoldenEye - Spectrum ZX Emulator We wouldn’t call this an easter egg, but deep inside the code of the Nintendo 64 game GoldenEye, there’s an emulator hidden for the Spectrum ZX. It took 15 years, a Nintendo 64 emulator and a smart software developer to discover the hidden code in the game. Apparently Rare had been messing around with emulation software on the Nintendo 64 during the development of GoldenEye. Splinter Cell Double Agent - Baby Seals Four years after its 2006 release an extra side mission in Splinter Cell Double Agent was unearthed… not by gamers, but by one of the developers that worked on the game. There’s a mission that requires you to find five hidden baby seals. Not only did you need to find collectible items, you would also need to present the right item to the right seal to actually be able to save it. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - Chris Houlihan’s Room There are not many secrets more notorious then the Chris Houlihan Room in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Apparently Chris Houlihan won to honor to have his name in the game thanks to a contest in the American Nintendo Power magazine. This resulted in a room full of rupees and a telepathic tile with his name on it. Deus Ex Invisible War - Flag Flushing Toilet Party Deus Ex: Invisible War isn’t the best game in this epic series but this secret definitely gives it some bonus points. At the final level of the game you need to find a flag in the bunker and take it with you. Then you need to go to a bathroom and flush it down a toilet. Super Smash Bros Melee - The Master Hand Seven years after its 2001 release players discovered that an unplayable characters from Super Smash Bros Melee was actually playable. The Master Hand can become a playable character using the Name Entry Glitch. You need to do some tricky and well timed button presses to unlock him. Metroid - NAR PASSWORD The developers of Metroid on the NES had a code build in that would give the player infinite power. In the world of passwords this is probably one of the most legendary. The code is called NAR PASSWORD or NARPA’S SWORD - but that’s another discussion. Using the password Samus will never run out of missiles or energy. Many Nintendo games - Totaka’s Song This last secret is a special one, because it exists in multiple Nintendo games ranging from the early 80s to modern day releases. Sound designer Kazumi Totaka puts his special tune in almost every game he works on. What is your favorite secret in videogames that took years to find? Let us know in the comments and be sure to subscribe to our channel and like the video. YOU NEED A COOL SHIRT? ► http://shop.zoomin.tv/#/ZoominGamesShop ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ ZOOMINGAMES ON SOCIAL MEDIA ► Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/zoomingames ► Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/zoomingames ► Instagram - zoomingames.ig ► Discord - https://discord.gg/3xzSxEa ► Twitch - http://www.twitch.tv/zoomintvgames ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ MUSIC AND AUDIO Music provided by Epidemic Sound. http://www.epidemicsound.com/youtube-creator-subscription/ ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ ABOUT US ZoominGames is the number one source for game related top five videos, list videos, game information and everything with some comedy. ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ PARTNERSHIPS Information about Youtube partnerships can be found here: http://corporate.zoomin.tv/youtube/become-a-partner/

Evolution of Video Game Graphics 1962-2017 (4K 60FPS)

Real life is starting to look pixelated. Video Games: 1962: Soacewar 1972: Pong 1973: Space Race 1974: Tv Basketball 1975: Gun Fight 1976: Death Race 1977: Canyon Bomber 1978: Space Invaders 1979: Speed Freak 1980: Pacman 1981: Donkey Kong 1982: Pole Position 1983: Tapper 1984: Duck Hunt 1985: Super Mario Bros. 1986: The Legend of Zelda 1987: Street Fighter 1988: Galaxy Force 2 1989: Prince of Persia 1990: Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion 1991: Sonic The Hedgehog 1992: Mortal Combat 1993: Doom 1994: Tekken 1995: Time Crisis 1996: Quake 1997: Gran Turismo 1997: Grand Theft Auto 1998: Half Life 1999: Unreal Tournament 2000: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 2001: Max Payne 2002: Hitman 2: Silent Assassin 2003: Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 2004: Half-Life 2 2005: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas 2006: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion 2007: Halo 3 2008: Left 4 Dead 2009: Batman: Arkham Asylum 2010: Bioshock 2 2011: Skyrim 2012: Far Cry 3 2013: Tomb Raider 2014: Grand Theft Auto V (Next Gen Release) 2015: Star Wars Battlefront 2016: Battlefield 1 2017: Horizon Zero Dawn

Constant evolution is a part of human nature and thus people have taken a great liking towards the Guinness Book of Records, the publication that indexes all the exceptional things in the world. As gaming has become more and more influential as a medium it was impossible to stay away from the tempting domain of record breaking achievements. In what follows, we will be showcasing 10 amazing video game records that are quite impossible to break.

Thumbnail: Okan Kaya, Australian Gamer who played Call Of Duty For 135 Hours.

Narrator: Davide Arbisi
http://www.fraghero.com
http://www.facebook.com/fraghero

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