The Kong Off is a short film by Scott Cramer that details a gathering that took place earlier this year in New Jersey, at Richie Knucklez Arcade Games, of the world's finest DK players.

It's quite the revelation, especially for those who have completely lost track of the Steve Wiebe/Billy Mitchell saga. Many might be surprised to learn that it's actually a three-man race, with the other person being plastic surgeon Hank Chien, who also came out on top that weekend as well.

Similar to The King of Kong, this much shorter look at the world of competitive classic gaming has colorful personalities as well. Like the wrestling manager-esque arcade operator and the French Canadian kid, one of the ten chosen ones, who comes off as the coolest guy ever.

Wiebe is also present, and clearly a fan favorite at the event, along with Mitchell, whose hair looks ridiculous as ever. But despite being his usual cocky swagger, he comes off slightly more human than in part portrayals.

Speaking of which, the aforementioned feature length documentary is touched upon. While many state that its what led to the resurgence of Donkey Kong and high scores, they'll also quite open about it stretching, or in some cases, hiding the truth. Though it's hard to say if it's the Twin Galaxies Kool-Aide talking.

[via Kotaku]