It’s been dubbed The Great Video Game Burial of 1983, but did Atari really toss millions of cartridges of its biggest flop: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial? Chris Kohler is onsite to witness an excavation of the landfill to see if the joke’s really on us, and to talk with those involved with the project, including original game designer Howard Scott Warshaw.

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Excavating the Atari E.T. Video Game Burial Site-Game|Life-WIRED

Starring: Chris Kohler

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31 Comments

Rikarre

July 21, 2020

Закопайте стюардессу

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Soundwave Superior

July 21, 2020

Can we dump TLOU2 copies in there too?

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Babbach

July 21, 2020

Anyone else notice they brought teenwolf?!?!

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The Jers

July 21, 2020

Innovative? HAH. It was garbage you dummy.

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진지한 이야기들

July 21, 2020

0:47 a ILLUMINATE

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Edil Edilyan

July 21, 2020

0:22 you can see AVGN

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Science Spoook

July 21, 2020

“We got the member of the public to help out”

Members of the public: STANDING AROUND DOING NOTHING

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Thaddous virger

July 21, 2020

I need to bury the last of us part two

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lops lopaa

July 21, 2020

Soo the pulled out one copy. Sound sus to me

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superstarrr121

July 21, 2020

Dirt deserves to be treated better

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Dextroyer

July 21, 2020

Honestly I think they should’ve burned them all

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Sharky Fish

July 21, 2020

I heard that game had a half life of 500 years 

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The Gutman

July 21, 2020

I actually love this game. I spent countless hours playing this.

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Nezuki 2

July 21, 2020

Even tho its not the best game I would still love to own a copy just to have it part of my collection

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Duc Pham

July 21, 2020

Wasteland 2 brought me here.

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captloki13

July 21, 2020

Legend: It was told. that the game was so bad, they buried it
Fact: The game was so bad, they buried it

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TheConorsmithusa

July 21, 2020

Best place for it

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Aa I

July 21, 2020

First time in my 52 years I have devoted over 1 minute to anything involving video games. I have never understood the appeal.

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궁예

July 21, 2020

아타리쇼크

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Chan Ken

July 21, 2020

The Urban Legend is true!

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Communist Yoda

July 21, 2020

Why is the screen writer of the Incredible Hulk here?

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J rocs

July 21, 2020

I bet Nintendo said "$1,000 per game"

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HunkMine

July 21, 2020

Well they did not put cement over it like he said, why wasn't that clarified

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Podge

July 21, 2020

0:51 Delorean

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とりとりとり

July 21, 2020

大量に埋めたんなら、もっと大量に出てきてもいいと思うんだけど、ヤラセ?

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thecouchgenie

July 21, 2020

2:12 music

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Acidphaze

July 21, 2020

This is the next proposed site for Disney when they bury all of the new Star Wars toys they can't sell.

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Johan Leijten

July 21, 2020

Did they found only one E.T. game??? Probably they dumped that game theirselves at that place!

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STONE HEAD

July 21, 2020

Good movie + Bad game=good game

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Ricardo Aldarondo

July 21, 2020

Microsoft can do this with those games that would have been something beautiful made by RARE but you guys know the rest of the story

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Invader Kush

July 21, 2020

lmao! I asked Zak if I could take a pic with one of the carts, and his literal words were "well since you asked sure." so I took a pic with it, it was a fun day, ill never forget it. Still have the pic.

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