Daniel Burbank, a well-known Mario Kart 64 player, has finally achieved what he had set out to do several years ago, to achieve the 32/32 record of Mario Kart 64. The idea of this record is to achieve the fastest lap and the combination of the three fastest laps in a single race.
Being 16 circuits, then there are 32 records to break to become the fastest player in the game. Burbank had been trying for at least eight years, but much of the community was against him, the idea was to take away the record for the fastest lap on at least one circuit so that the record will remain at 31/32.
The best at last
Matthias Rustemeyer was another record-hunting community member who was constantly running at least one lap faster than Burbank to spoil the party. However, this time he was unable to improve Burbank’s record of 1:55:07 at Sherbet Islands, so he has finally yielded to the best.
In addition, he has stayed with the record without controversy and with part of the community actively against trying to prevent him from achieving it, so his merit is twofold. The historic moment for the community is in your YouTube channel, Burbank is the unofficial Mario Kart 64 champion after 25 years since the game’s release.
No congratulations are expected from Nintendo, so it is most likely that Burbank’s achievement goes somewhat unnoticed, although it does not stop being worthy of admiration.