Zero to 100: Videogames by the numbers

Rediscover the joy of counting, courtesy of your favorite television games

41… war journals in Gears of War 2

Plant 42, one of the bosses from the first Resident Evil

43… number of US presidents that served before we finally saw a goddamn game system in the White House

44… heart pieces in Wind Waker

Faith and a .45 (allegedly for PS3 and 360)

’46… the year Rapture was built, setting BioShock in motion

Agent 47, of Hitman fame

48… million Wiis sold worldwide to date(according to

49… hours of consecutive Starcraft gaming that killed a man in Korea

50 Cent: Blood on the Sand (multi)

Suda 51, superstar developer

Action 52, a super-rare, super-awful, unlicensed NES game

53… missile expansions in Metroid Prime 3

54… cell phones hidden in Quantum of Solace

55… gems on the Puzzle Quest: Galactrix board

56… playable characters in Marvel vs Capcom 2

57… is by far the hardest level of Bubble Bobble

’58… the year Tennis for Two, the first videogame ever, was created

’59… the year Rapture went tits up

60… levels in Yoshi’s Island

61… secret characters in Warriors Orochi 2

62… percent of the console gaming market is over 18, according to PBS

Clayfighter 63 1/3 (N64)

Super Mario 64

65… levels to gain in Call of Duty: World at War

King of Route 66 (Arcade)

Shellshock: NAM ’67 (multi)

’68… the year 2001: A Space Odyssey was released. Its two main characters, Hal and Dave, share names with Solid Snake and Hal Emmerich

.69 Ferguson rifle, as featured in GUN

70… evil robot masters in classic Mega Man

71… max possible skill tree in World of Warcraft

72… hours in Dead Rising

Jam Master 73… contributed the song “Jam Jam Reggae” to Dancing Stage EuroMIX 2

74… levels in Super Mario World

75… Kremkoins needed to fully beat Donkey Kong Country 2

Driver 76 (PSP)

Elite Forces: Unit 77 (DS)

Paragraph 78… a Russian FPS based on a movie that “some people” claim steals from the Resident Evil and Doom movies

Bacchus D-79… a character from Star Ocean: The Last Hope

Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the ‘80s

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