Friday, April 13, 2018

Karma. It's a Bitch.

It's well-known that Scott Mitchell is the douchebag Darth Vader of the video game industry. Nine years ago I wrote about this statement of fact:
Last night I caught The King of Kong; and almost (ALMOST!!!!) was stirred to emotion after the guy (Steve Weibe) got his heart ripped out by that douchebag Billy Mitchell and his little fucking minions. Dude breaks the Donkey Kong record, AT the official record-keeping joint in all the land. He was pressed into going to do it "live" by people that discredited his previous efforts due to them being on video tape. So as he breaks it live once and for all, Billy Mitchell has sent a videotape of HIMSELF "breaking the record" at his own house. Which his little faggot underlings proudly claim to be the new world record. Never minding that 1) it was Mitchell who had led the charge to discredit the guy for not doing it live before 2) some "sketchy" tape stuff was going on with the picture of the tape that the "officials" spent about 0 seconds on in their desperate hamstring-popping sprints to please their Master, Billy Mitchell.
And today? Mitchell's been stripped of his Donkey Kong "record":
Controversial arcade game player Billy Mitchell’s record scores have been removed from the Twin Galaxies leaderboards following a dispute earlier this year that many were performed using an arcade emulator. The ruling, which comes after a lengthy arbitration process, also bans Mitchell from further participation on the leaderboards, bringing an end to the King of Kong star’s high-score glory.
All of Mitchell’s records on Twin Galaxies, an organization that tracks video game records and high scores, have been scrubbed. These marks included a 1,062,800-point score for the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong, as well as scores set between 2005 and 2007.
Ah yes, sweet, horrible vindication...

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