Trevor Seguin and Scott Kessler - 'Super Mario Bros.' (NES)
After a heated competition lasting no less than three years, Trevor Seguin -- in early 2007 -- finally tied Scott Kessler's 'Super Mario Bros.' record by beating the game in 5 minutes and 8 seconds.
Icarus Hall - 'Donkey Kong, Jr.'
Leaving legendary combatants Steve Wiebe and Billy Mitchell in a wake of banana peels, Icarus Hall of Port Angeles, Washington scored 1,033,000 points in 'Donkey Kong, Jr.' in August of 2008.
Scott Safran - 'Asteroids' (arcade)
The 41,336,440 point game of 'Asteroids' that made New Jersey teenager Scott Safran a champion back in 1982 has stood ever since.
Billy Mitchell - 'Donkey Kong' (arcade)
Twenty-five years after setting the 'Donkey Kong' world record, Floridian and video game bad-boy Billy Mitchell regained the crown in 2007 with the remarkable score of 1,050,200 points.
Billy Mitchell - 'Pac-Man' (arcade)
Intent on expanding his 'Donkey Kong' domination to other realms, Billy Mitchell achieved the first perfect 'Pac-Man' score on the 4th of July, 1999. What is a perfect 'Pac-Man' score? It's 3,333,360 points, of course.
Rodrigo Lopes - 'Legend of Zelda' (NES)
Brazilian gamer Rodrigo Lopes shocked the Nintendo world with his 31 minute, 37 second romp through 'Legend of Zelda' in 2006.
Scott Kessler - 'Super Ghouls N Ghosts' (SNES)
Adding yet another game to his trophy rack, Scott Kessler defeated 'Super Ghouls N Ghosts' in a mere 45 minutes, 41 seconds back in 2005.
Michael Damiani - 'Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time' (N64)
In 2005, Michael Damiani completed 'Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time' in the remarkably short period of 5 hours, 40 seconds.
Andrew Gardikis - 'Super Mario World' (SNES)
In late 2007, Andrew Gardikis defeated Adam Sweeney's record of three year's standing by taking down 'Super Mario World' in 11 minutes and 1 second.
Harry Hong - 'Tetris' (NES)
Irvine, California's Harry Hong achieved the Tetris world record with a score of 492,994 back in 2005.