‘E.T.’ Video Game Cartridges Unearthed In New Mexico Landfill

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‘E.T.’ Video Game Cartridges Unearthed In New Mexico Landfill

A documentary film crew digging in a New Mexico landfill discovered hundreds of discarded cartridges of the 1983 Atari game E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, which the company allegedly dumped in an unknown location when the game proved a commercial failure. What do you think?

  • “This discovery will no doubt bring closure to some very strange and lonely people.”

    Phoebe Deagle
    Train Switch Operator
  • “Who awakens this ancient evil?”

    Donald Moore
    Eyeglass Fitter
  • “I have to remember that as long as you unearth a huge supply of old video games, no one will ask why you were digging in a dump.”

    John Burgess