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When I bought that hefty paperback all those years ago, it opened my eyes to interesting facts about the world that until then I hadn’t even contemplated. I learned that science can be fun, and I developed an appreciation for excellence and competition. Guinness World Records: The Videogame is no doubt an attempt to offer all of that stuff to a new generation. While it does serve as a reasonable diversion for a few hours, though, it lacks any real longevity. Give it a look if you can find it cheap, but otherwise you’re better off spending your money on a paperback book. They still make those, right?