Donkey Kong champion reacts to controversy

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 16, 2018

The organization that oversees records has stripped a top gamer of his high scores in Donkey Kong and Pac-Man, reports Polygon.

Billy Mitchell, the man credited with getting the highest ever score in the video games Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Junior, and Pac-Man, and the first to get a flawless score in Pac-Man, has been stripped of his Guinness World Record titles.

Mitchell earned the nickname "King of Kong", and also featured in a 2007 documentary of the same name about the world of competitive video gaming. Mitchell states over the course of the almost minute long video that he believes his Donkey Kong score is legitimate and that he is now working on bringing forward his case to Twin Galaxies as to why it should still stand.

It was reported that he was using emulators he was scoring those high numbers, due to which they all have been removed from the Guinness World Records and Twin Galaxies website.

You can find the full video containing Mitchell's statement at the bottom of the page.

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