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Ryota Wada Sets a Guinness Record at the Age of 10

Written on February 02, 2011 by R. Depp

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The little boy just danced his way to a Guinness World Record.

What can you do by the age of 10? For a boy named Ryota Wada, he was able to accomplish a magnificent feat—set a Guinness World Record.

Actually, Ryota Wada got a page on the Guinness Record Book’s 2011 Gamer’s Edition at the age of nine. He was granted the title of being the “Youngest Gamer to Achieve a Perfect Score on Dance Dance Revolution.” To refresh your mind, Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) is a sync-dance game where the player stomps on a touch-sensitive footpad according to the rhythm of the music.

Wada started gaining attention when his father uploaded a video of him on YouTube. The video shows the boy playing DDR and was able to get pass difficult songs on the game. After sometime, he was contacted by a representative from Guinness World Records. He was able to logged a perfect score to the song “Heavy Eurobeat” in front of the experts from Guinness.

Hit the break and see how Ryota Wada does it.

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