The documentary, which will focus on the changing landscape of the video game industry, is expected to come out next year, and it is part of a broader push by Microsoft to produce original video content for Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners.
Diggers find Atari s E.T. Games in landfill. Urban legend put to rest after documentary film workers find cartridges in New Mexico.
E.T. may have soared in the movies. But as a video game, it was an epic turkey. When electronics pioneer Atari rushed a game based on the 1982 Hollywood.
According to urban legend, a massive stockpile of Atari gear including truckloads of the notoriously awful game. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial has laid buried in a New Mexico landfill for over thirty years.
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Back during the so-called video game crash of 1983, a struggling Atari was stuck with truckloads of the game and other unsold hardware. With little recourse and a crashing interest in video games in North America, the company decided to dump its excess merchandise into a landfill, according to reports at the time.
A decades-old urban legend was put to rest Saturday when workers for a documentary film production company recovered E.T. Atari game cartridges from a.
Atari 2600 copies of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial were discovered in the Alamagordo, New Mexico landfill on April 26th, 2014. IGN s Naomi Kyle and Fran.