Tommy in Guinness Book of World Records!

VIDEO GAMES LIVE CO-CREATOR TOMMY TALLARICO INDUCTED INTO THE GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS!

Two Page Feature and Interview Presented in Latest Guinness Book Edition and Website


Guinness World Records, the world's leading authority on record-breaking achievement, has included prolific video game composer and CEO, co-creator, executive-producer and host of Video Games Live, Tommy Tallarico in its latest book edition and website.  Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2008 brings you record-breaking computer and video game accomplishments from around the world, including high scores, biggest tournaments, largest cash prizes and most successful games.  Over his 18 year game industry career, Tommy has worked on over 275 video games and has won over 48 international awards for his work.


The two page feature from the book can be found here:
http://www.videogameslive.com/gallery/Press/tommy_tallarico_guinness_08
(click on pic to get higher-res readable version)

The interview on the Guinness Book website can be seen here:
http://gamers.guinnessworldrecords.com/records/intrvw_tommy_tallarico.aspx

Front page of the Guinness Book website:
http://www.videogameslive.com/gallery/Press/GuinnessWebsite?full=1


In addition to thousands of high scores and records, the book features a round-up of the key events of the video gaming year--including reviews of new releases, new consoles and the major tournaments--along with detailed game strategies, interviews with the professionals, tips and cheats to improve your play, tabulated information, full-color photography and illustrations, league tables, bizarre facts and amazing trivia.

The original records book was first published in 1955 and is today available in more than 100 countries, with over 3 million copies sold annually.

"We reintroduced video gaming world records to our annual book a few years ago, and its proved to be one of the most popular sections with our core readers.  It makes sense, therefore, to dedicate an entire annual to the subject," said Guinness World Records editor in chief Craig Glenday.

Congratulations Tommy!