SEGA wins two Guinness of World Records at E3

This time, SEGA has picked up two world records, one for first 3D title. Which of course is Virtua Fighter (take that Nintendo) and the second is for best PS3 RPG, this one being Valkyria Chronicles (Take that Square-Enix). Even though I can see why they gave the first one out, the second is not really a world record, but a matter of opinion, no?

I’m just glad that great SEGA games are getting reconized, even on published books like Guinness of World Records. Wish Yu Suzuki was at E3 to receive that award though. This would have been a good time to announce the Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown console port!

[Source: SEGAblog]


5 responses to “SEGA wins two Guinness of World Records at E3

  1. CosmicCastaway says:

    Sweet Cuppin' Cakes! This is great news.

  2. SufferLikeGDid says:

    This is just happening, why?

  3. matty says:

    More like "take THAT, Sanus!" 😛

    First 3D title, huh. I could have sworn there was a wire-frame game on one system in the 80s or something like that… anyway, good on them.

  4. Emmett The Crab says:

    Take a look at the title of this article. I'd take out "of". Still, this is great news.

  5. Mengels7 says:

    The second one is bullshit. Yay for the VF one though.

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