In 1999 and his 2005 Donkey Kong record score. In a video released by Guinness World Records, Editor-in Chief Craig Glenday stated, “reviewing both: existing evidence and newly sourced eyewitness testimony, plus some new expert gameplay analyses and hardware verification” actions taken after Mitchell filled an appeal upon being stripped of his records. “In the end, we found that there just wasn’t sufficient evidence to support the disqualification across the board,” concluded Glenday.
Both Billy and Walter Day followed up with statements sharing their gratitude in the light of Guinness’ decision, as well as expressing how much love they both have for the Classic Gaming Community. Guinness’ statement ends with what they do best, sharing:
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