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New Mexico is no stranger to alien urban legends! But this is one conspiracy theory that has now been proven to be 100% true! E.T. was found in the de… Read more…

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2 comments to “The Urban Legend Was Real! Crews Dig Up THOUSANDS Of E.T. Atari Games Buried In The Desert More Than 30 Years Ago!”

  1. MB says – reply to this


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    That's interesting. I had that game, and honestly, I was a kid, but it was about as truely fun as almost any other Atari game. Aside from Activision's titles, and something with re-play value that was different every time like a pinball machine (Super Breakout, Combat), they were complete pieces of shit for the most part. It's a nostalgia thing. I'd be keeping at least one of everything found, joysticks, games, and then buying a used Atari 2600.

  2. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    I've heard of Atari but not this game.
    My late brother was strongly addicted to his Commodore 64 long past it's prime.