The game is now tops for best-selling action-adventure game and fastest entertainment property to gross $1 billion, among other achievements.
Gigantic dragons, mini cars, and wacky collections are just a few of the records Guinness serves up in its latest book.
Rancho Obi-Wan, in Petaluma, Calif., with more than 300,000 artifacts, has officially gotten the Guinness world record.
School community in Delaware builds world's tallest Lego tower, measuring just under 113 feet tall.
With "A Boy and His Atom," Big Blue and its scanning tunneling microscope have made what is surely the first movie explicitly starring atoms.
After 9,000 miles, the autonomous robot Papa Mau completed its trip across the ocean having gathered valuable scientific data along the way.
To celebrate its 250th anniversary, Guinness has set sail with a bar in a custom-built submarine. No, really.
How fast can you type the alphabet on an iPad? The previous record of 6.31 seconds has been busted by the teenage son of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili who did it in 5.26 seconds.
Four Wave Gliders from Liquid Robotics launch from outside the Golden Gate Bridge. The goal? To go further than any other surface robots in history, and to show new ways of collecting massive amounts of oceanic data.
Before this weekend's release of Super Mario Galaxy 2, Guinness World Records publishes a list of the top Mario records of all time.