In a new statement made to Old School Gamer Magazine, Billy Mitchell says that he'll soon present evidence to show that his records were achieved in a manner that aligns with Twin Galaxies' rules, with "nothing" withheld. The dispute - and the evidence that has been presented since the dispute was initially filed - makes a fairly solid case for Mitchell's scores being set using a Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) and not original hardware, which would keep his scores invalidated even if he didn't use the MAME to cheat.
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"The Guinness World Records titles relating to Mr. Mitchell's highest scores on Donkey Kong have all been disqualified due to Twin Galaxies being our source of verification for these achievements", a Guinness representative told the website. He also was featured in the 2007 documentary "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters".
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"Donkey Kong scandal" is just the sort of colourful event one might experience in 2018, specifically, one Billy Mitchell, heretofore known in gaming circles as the "video game player of the century". Mitchell goes on to claim that his investigation will uphold the integrity of his claims, proving that his scores were done professionally and legitimately. So it seems likely that TG will appreciate and take into consideration any proof that Mitchell may have that shows its investigation was in error. 'All the things that were happening at the time... like why he didn't come out and play me, and why he was inciting whose records were going to be authenticated and who's were going to be dropped.
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Over the weekend, Mitchell addressed the ruling in a video posted to YouTube. I wish I had it in my hands right now, I wish I could hand it to you. "Witnesses, documents, everything will be available to you". You absolutely have my commitment to that. It will be interesting to see what comes of all of this and to see how Mitchell will rebound.