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Dispute: Kyle Nelson - PlayStation 2 - Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo - NTSC - Arcade Mode - Maximum Difficulty [Points] - Player: Javier Bustamante - Score: 896,720

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    Dispute: Kyle Nelson - PlayStation 2 - Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo - NTSC - Arcade Mode - Maximum Difficulty [Points] - Player: Javier Bustamante - Score: 896,720

    PlayStation 2 - Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo - NTSC - Arcade Mode - Maximum Difficulty [Points]
    Score Trackhttp://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=10161
    RulesDifficulty must be set to maximum 8 stars.
    Best of 3 rounds.
    No continues allowed.
    Damage level: 2 stars.
    All characters are allowed except Akuma.
    Due to special considerations, pausing will be allowed in this game.
    Player NameJavier Bustamante
    Original AdjudicationN/A
    Verification MethodVideo
    Verification Date2004-12-18
    Disputed Score896,720 (Rank 1)
    Disputed Bythegamer1185
    Dispute Evidence / RationaleStarting this dispute on behalf of SDWYER138. He will it take it from here with his claims. Thank You
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    Thanks Kyle for your help with this.

    This score (and track) should be removed. Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo does not exist on the PS2.

    Here are a couple links that detail the various platforms that the game was released on, PS2 does not appear. I'm attaching an image of each link in the event that the link goes dead at any point in the future.

    https://www.gamefaqs.com/search?game...puzzle+fighter
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_...ghter_II_Turbo
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    This should be straight forward, but please let me know if there are any questions.
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    Question for @Dave Hawksett - This score is under one of two total tracks for this game that does not exist.

    Assuming this score is correctly removed, will that be enough evidence to remove the 2nd track/score as well, or does that score need to be disputed separately?
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    Let's do it separately please. If we have a track with, say, twenty scores on for a game that does not exist, they may all have different reasons for being there.

    If and when that arises it will be another good test of the system.

    Apologies if it sounds like more work, but it applies to me too:)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksett View Post
    Let's do it separately please. If we have a track with, say, twenty scores on for a game that does not exist, they may all have different reasons for being there.

    If and when that arises it will be another good test of the system.

    Apologies if it sounds like more work, but it applies to me too:)
    That's no problem at all, thanks for the clarification!
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