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‘King of Kong’ star Billy Mitchell lied, claims Donkey Kong world-record analysis

A Donkey Kong fansite has removed three high score submissions from arcade legend Billy Mitchell after an analysis revealed he likely misled the community about playing on real arcade hardware and that he instead submitted emulator gameplay. On Donkey Kong Forum, Mitchell previously held the No. 20 score with 1.062 million points, right behind his […]
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