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The W - Video Games - Filmmakers uncover buried Atari 2600 games
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I don't know if anyone had been following this or not, but here's the main story.

http://news.msn.com/pop-culture/new-mexico-dig-uncovers-et-video-games-buried-after-1980s-flop?ocid=ansnews11

Long story short, it had long been urban legend that Atari buried thousands of copies of ET for the Atari 2600 after the game flopped. It's considered by many to be possibly the worst console game...ever.

Having had it myself, I can verify it was indeed awful. Worst ever? Not sure about that.

I wonder if they'll find any of the Swordquest games too?
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