If it's going to be called an Officially Recognized World Record it needs to be held to the same standards of accountability as anything else called an Officially Recognized World Record. I'd question whether there even needs to be an Officially Recognized World Record for the Intellivision port of Lock n Chase. Maybe that's something the video game community needs to figure out.
For shits and grins, tell me what the process would be if a person wants to a new world record attempt on Lock N Chase for the Intellivision.
I don't really care. I'm not that serious about score records. But if you're going to call something a World Record, it needs to be done for a judge like any other world record or at an official event like any sporting record.
Edited by KaeruYojimbo, Mon Jan 29, 2018 3:00 PM.