Late last week, engineering students from the Netherlands unveiled the world's largest NES controller. You can see it above! It's very, very large!
While G4 is proud of the Nintendo controller's creators (Benjamin Allen, Stephen van’t Hof, and Michel Verhulst) for creating the monstrosity, we can't help but be a little sad. You see, the Guiness record they broke may have belonged to G4's own Attack of the Show!
Way back in 2005, AOTS (which was then co-hosted by Digg founder Kevin Rose) created a very, very large NES controller. I don't believe it was ever officially Guinness-certified as the largest on Earth, but it probably was. After all, how many huge NES controllers can there be? As you can see from the video below, AOTS's controller is considerably smaller than the Guiness winner.