Bitcoin Uncensored: Meet the Guy Who Beat Every Nintendo NES Game

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Jul/20/2017

Meet the guy who beat EVERY licensed Nintendo NES game. He did it live on twitch over a bit over a year, and supported himself on twitch donations while doing it!  

TheMexican Runner started the NESMania project not knowing how big it would get, until one day it became obvious that he was the guy to do it. He's applied for the Guiness book of world records, and in this interview we ask him for all the details, what the hard parts were, the frustrating parts, and how he made money while doing it.

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