Special features include commentary from cast and crew, The Saga Continues chronicles the progress of gamers who continue to attempt the high-score record, ten deleted scenes in Bonus Footage, 46 minutes of Extended Interviews, an animated short A Really, Really Brief History Of Donkey Kong, an Arcade Glossary of gamers terminology, I am 8-bit
In 1982 BIlly Mitchell scored 874,300 points on the arcade video game Donkey Kong, the highest score ever recorded, making him The undisputed King Of Kong. Twenty years later, armed with a Fistful Of Quarters, rival gamer Steve Wiebe shatters what is thought to be Mitchell's unbreakable record with a whopping 1,000,000 points. In the months following the feat, Billy and Steve engage in a cross-country gamer's duel, filled with publicity and frustration, to determine who is king of Donkey Kong. (Stacey Pendry)
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