Back in May, we heard 30 Rock character Tracy Jordan was putting the finishing touches on his pornographic video game Goregasm: The Legend of the Dong-Slayer. Since then, according to the 30 Rock season premiere that debuted on Hulu this week, the title has gone on to sell 61 million units. That amounts to an average of approximately 360,947 each day. Comparatively, as of March 2008, Hot Coffee-laden Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has sold just 21.5 million in its then-1,247 day lifetime.

At $60 per game (the price according to Jordan), we're looking at $3.66 billion in sales (approx. $217m daily). When reminded that most games are made by a large team of developers and that he can't keep those billions of dollars, Jordan responded, "I don't know, I think I did it alone." No word yet on the inevitable sequel, Goregasm 2: The Dong Slayer Electro-erotic Boogaloo Massacre. Video of Jordan's announcement after the break. Update: Corrected the title of Jordan's game and, subsequently, our prediction for the sequel's title.


This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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