Not For Broadcast awarded Guinness World Record
With over 42 hours of video footage, Not for Broadcast is now a Guinness World Records holder.
NotGames and Tiny Build announced today that their new game, Not For Broadcast, has been given a world record in addition to a successful launch on PC. With 42 hours 57 minutes and 52 seconds of footage, Guinness World Records confirmed the feat. It now holds the record for the most FMV in a video game.
Worthy of a Guinness World Record
Players are seated at the National Nightly News broadcast table in Not For Broadcast. Choose the camera angles, screen the bad words, and make tough editorial choices. Either that or simply run advertising for sponsors who will gladly pay you a little additional money.
The 42+ hours of full-motion video is split into eleven episodes of branching, interactive television. Not For Broadcast is an easy-to-use interface to make the terrible realm of live television enjoyable and approachable. With a click, you may change video channels, remove static, pick which sponsor recordings to broadcast, and keep an eye on the ratings.
Not For Broadcasts is available on PC via Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store for the PC.