What exactly is going on with the disgraced 'king of Donkey Kong'?

What exactly is going on with the disgraced 'king of Donkey Kong'?

What exactly is going on with the disgraced 'king of Donkey Kong'?

Mitchell, speaking with his affiliated publication Old School Gamer Magazine, has promised to reveal new information that will apparently prove that he did not cheat in his efforts to bag the high-score in the retro classic. The registry was founded by Walter Day in1982 and has always been recognized as a reputable source of verified high scores by the gaming community and by the Guinness Book of World Records.

Previously, American organization Twin Galaxies had conducted an investigation into Mitchell's scores after allegations emerged that the subject of the King of Kong documentary had, in fact, been utilizing emulation software known as MAME to achieve the scores earned in that very documentary.

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Mitchell has been a big name in gaming for decades, holding several world record scores. King of Kong referenced that that he was a referee and on the board of directors.

Mitchell's video finds him a vision of solemnity, stating that he's been asked to address "things that are recently in the media". An investigation was launched into the video footage taken of each of the high-scoring games.

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"In a professional manner, not in a shock jock mentality, designed to create hits" states Mitchell.

There's no denying that Mitchell is a ridiculously skilled video game player, his flawless Pac-Man score is a mind-boggling feat of memory, patience and pixel-perfect control, but, as this situation continues, the Floridian native risks this recent revelation becoming the defining mark for his entire gaming career.

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Everything will be transparent, everything will be available, I wish I had it in my hands right now, I wish I could hand it to you. Witnesses, documents, everything will be made available to you. It will be interesting to see what comes of all of this and to see how Mitchell will rebound.

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