Further ReadingBilly Mitchell takes his Donkey Kong high-score cheating case to courtIn May, Ars Technica was the first to report on a Los Angeles County defamation lawsuit brought against Twin Galaxies over the video game scoreboard’s 2018 removal of Billy Mitchell’s historical scores. As that case barrels toward a July 6 anti-SLAPP motion hearing, both sides have recently filed hundreds of pages of new evidence and arguments laying out their contrasting views of the case and the facts behind it. Those documents contain some of the strongest language yet between the two parties, with Mitchell accusing Twin Galaxies of lying and ignoring eyewitness accounts during its investigation, while Twin Galaxies says some of Mitchell’s statements “flirt with perjury.” [Update: Twin Galaxies reports that the planned anti-SLAPP hearing has been delayed to Oct. 15 to allow the judge more time to review the evidence.] Pineiro’s dueling statements Some of the strongest disagreement in the opposing filings center on the role of one Carlos Pineiro. Both sides agree that, during Twin Galaxies’ investigation, Pineiro spent significant time experimenting with arcade Donkey Kong hardware and recording equipment. That time was expended in an effort to recreate the infamous “girder finger” that appears during level loads… Read full this story
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