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The city of Alamogordo, New Mexico is working on a plan to distribute the over 1,000 Atari 2600 games found in a local landfill that were buried in 1983, including selling some to the general public.
Plans to film a documentary focused on digging up the landfill with millions of unsold 'E.T.' Atari 2600 game cartridges for Microsoft's Xbox Entertainment Studios are now on hold.
Neowin glimpses into the Atari of the 1970s, a company markedly different to that which we know today. We try to discover just how fun business was as part of one of the main companies of the decade.
Atari is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the launch of Pong by giving away a modified Xbox 360 that looks like an Atari 2600 console, complete with an attached LCD screen.
Atari has been around since this day in 1972, now. Neowin takes a brief look at the company's history and celebrates its existence, for its huge contribution to this industry.
In this week's Retro Wednesday, we take a look at The Lord of the Rings: Journey to Rivendell, a lost Atari 2600 prototype and the first attempt to turn Tolkien's world into a video game.
This week Retro Wednesday takes a look at 1982's Raiders of the Lost Ark, the first ever game to be licensed from a movie, and a game that features a level of depth rare for an Atari 2600 title.