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Posted 15 June 2017 - 09:54 PM
Looks like Microsoft has better player AI than the last company that tried this with Atari games.
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Posted 23 June 2017 - 07:12 AM
An article on Wired completely screwed up the facts:
The VCS version wasn't released until February 1983, nearly a full year after the arcade version was released (March 1982).
I rolled the score on this over 20 years ago, using a trick I discovered:
Twin Galaxies shows a high score of over 2 million from Ron Corcoran, but most - if not all - of Corcoran's VCS scores are bogus since he entered all his own scores in Twin Galaxies database while acting as a TG referee, meaning there's no proof (video/photos/witnesses) to back up this or any other score of his.
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