Around half of the recovered E.T. Atari 2600 cartridges dug up earlier this year will now be heading to eBay in the coming weeks, giving you the chance to own a piece of "the worst game" in history.
Microsoft has released a new video showing the highlights of Satuday's landfill dig in New Mexico, which proved that Atari buried lots of unsold "E.T." 2600 game cartridges in 1983.
An excavation of an old landfill in New Mexico to find evidence of millions of buried Atari 2600 "E.T." game cartridges has been successful and will be part of an upcoming Microsoft Xbox documentary.
Microsoft will hold an Atari 2600-themed free party Friday night in Alamogordo, New Mexico prior to Saturday's dig of the site where millions of "E.T.' games were buried.
Microsoft has announced that the April 26th excavation and filming of a New Mexico landfill with millions of buried Atari 2600 "E.T" game cartridges will be open to the public to attend.
The director of Microsoft's documentary about millions of unsold "E.T." Atari 2600 game cartridges says an excavation of a landfill they're believed to be buried in will take place late this month.
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.
Microsoft has announced its Xbox Entertainment Studios will show a documentary series from the Lightbox production company, with the first doc to chronicle the burial of Atari's failed "E.T." game.