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  • Blog Post: Watch The Trailer For The E.T. Excavation Documentary

    The once buried copies of Atari's E.T. have been dug up and dusted off. Now all that's left to do is make a documentary about them. Oh, that's done now too. Watch the trailer, which examines how Atari went from be biggest new company in America and the leader of the video game industry to... More
  • Blog Post: New Mexico Will Eventually Sell Off Found Copies Of E.T.

    Atari couldn't profit from the historically terrible E.T. game, but maybe the state of New Mexico can. The city off Alamogordo, New Mexico plans to sell off the cartridges that were recently unearth from its landfill. New Mexico's space museum is helping appraise and certify over 700 of the 1... More
  • Blog Post: What Happens Next To The Exhumed E.T. Atari Cartridges?

    A representative from Microsoft has offered some insight regarding the future of the recently uncovered cache of Atari cartridges, but it's mostly still up in the air. As the cartridges were found in a Alamogordo, New Mexico landfill, the cartridges legally belong to the city and it's up to it... More
  • Blog Post: More Photos Emerge From E.T. Atari Excavation

    Yesterday's planned excavation of E.T. Atari cartridges was successful, and Microsoft has sent over some photos from the event. The dig was helmed by Lightbox Interactive, the developer behind Starhawk on PlayStaiton 3, and Fuel Industries, a marketing agency. Microsoft Entertainment was also involved... More
  • Blog Post: E.T. Atari Cartridge Landfill Excavation Uncovers Fabled Cache

    The project to excavate E.T. Atari cartridges from a landfill in New Mexico has proven fruitful, effectively proving the urban myth to be true. Back in March , Lightbox Interactive and Fuel Industries announced intentions to uncover the fabled cache of Atari E.T. cartridges from a New Mexico landfill... More
  • Blog Post: Efforts To Unearth Rumored Atari E.T. Landfill Move Forward

    Two companies, a video game developer and a marketing firm, are working together in an attempt to unearth the fabled cache of E.T. Atari cartridges that are supposedly buried in a New Mexico landfill. As the story goes, Atari's video game adaptation of E.T. was such a financial failure that the company... More
  • Blog Post: Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie Coming Soon

    Angry Video Game Nerd, the popular Internet nerd personality who gets angry and plays video games, is making his own movie and he's got a trailer to prove it. If you're familiar with the Angry Video Game Nerd, then I shouldn't have to warn you that the trailer has some salty language in it... More
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